Elderly Health Needs and Services in Tennessee: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Health and Long-Term Care of the Select Committee on Aging, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, Second Session, Held March 20, 1976, in Chattanooga, Tenn. (including Briefing on Health Status of the Elderly Held February 10, 1976, in Washington, |.)., Part 3

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Page 208 - ... blood (or equivalent quantities of packed red blood cells, as so defined) furnished such individual shall be deemed replaced when the institution or other person furnishing such blood (or such equivalent quantities of packed red blood cells, as so defined) is given one pint of blood for each pint of blood (or equivalent quantities of packed red blood cells, as so...
Page 207 - ... the amount of the deductible for such calendar year as so determined shall first be reduced by the amount of any expenses incurred by such individual in the .last three months of the preceding calendar year and applied toward such individual's deductible under this section for such preceding year, and (2...
Page 75 - Nevertheless, hearings recently held by the Subcommittee on Health and Long-Term Care of the House Select Committee on Aging...
Page 202 - Secretary that he does not desire to have such payment made) ; (2) post-hospital extended care services furnished to him during such spell after such services have been furnished to him for 100 days during such spell ; or (3) inpatient psychiatric hospital services furnished to him after such services have been furnished to him for a total of 190 days during his lifetime.
Page 207 - ... (2) in the case of services described in section 1832 (a) (2) — 80 percent of the reasonable cost of the services (as determined under section 1861 (v) ) . "(b) Before applying subsection (a) with respect to expenses incurred by an individual during any calendar year, the total amount of the expenses incurred by such individual during such year (which would, except for this subsection, constitute incurred expenses from which benefits payable under subsection (a) are determinable) shall be reduced...
Page 208 - A. (e) No payment shall be made to any provider of services or other person under this part unless there has been furnished such information as may be necessary in order to determine the amounts due such provider or other person under this part for the period with respect to which the amounts are being paid or for any prior period.
Page 226 - Our legislative council of the two associations represents the legislative interests of our million and a quarter members of the National Retired Teachers Association and the American Association of Retired Persons. The...
Page 202 - ... (1) inpatient hospital services for up to 150 days during any spell of illness minus 1 day for each day of inpatient hospital services in excess of 90 received during any preceding spell of illness (if such individual was entitled to have payment for such services made under this part unless he specifies in accordance with regulations of the Secretary that he does not desire to have such payment made) ; '' (2) post-hospital extended care services...
Page 208 - ... (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this part, with respect to expenses incurred in any calendar year in connection with the treatment of mental, psychoneurotic, and personality disorders of an individual who is not an inpatient of a hospital at the time such expenses are incurred, there shall be considered as incurred expenses for purposes of subsections (a) and (b) only whichever of the following amounts is the smaller: (1) $312.50, or (2) 62K percent of such expenses.
Page 202 - Sec. 1812. (a) The benefits provided to an individual by the insurance program under this part shall consist of entitlement to have payment made on his behalf or, in the case of payments referred to...

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