The Argument of Double-Dipping is Lame, Unrealistic, Naive and Potentially Medically Dangerous.
In the delivery of care, reimbursement arrangements for what some call ‘room and board’ and the personal attention required by specially trained staff due to intricate patient needs are often separated in billing. Some refer to the latter as “Attendant Care” or care by “Personal Assistants.” These arguments have made it into the courtroom with […]
Are Behavioral Oriented Day Services Being Mischaracterized?
Adult day programs and their contributions to the long-term community and to America’s neighborhoods are not new. From the shores of the Florida gulf to the top of Green Bay, Wisconsin these initiatives have held families together and provided meaningful clinical elements to treatment plans. Of course, program types and missions vary. In the U.S. […]