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Hundreds of thousands of Medicare beneficiaries who have been denied coverage for nursing home stays because their time in the hospital was changed from “inpatient” to “observation care” can now appeal to Medicare for reimbursement, a federal judge in Hartford, Conn., ruled last week.
Caregivers who take care of their loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s have already begun to express their concerns in support groups online: “He hears the news, knows that routines have changed, sees that kids and grandkids are home from school or lost a job, but ‘coronavirus’ and ‘COVID-19’ don’t register.”
Schools across the U.S. are scrambling to find new ways to provide remote instruction to students with disabilities as instruction moves online amid the coronavirus pandemic.
CHAMPVA is excited to release CHAMPVA Pay. CHAMPVA Pay is an app for your mobile device. The program is also available as a website for your personal computer.
Massive layoffs, huge numbers of employees working from home, and companies pivoting to stay in business as a result of COVID-19 are demanding a mindset shift in thinking about older workers.
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