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Documentation is Needed to Support Discharge From Nursing Home

Pursuant to federal regulation contained in 42 CFR 483.15(b)(2) Documentation.

Discharge Rights Designed To Protect Nursing Home Residents

The facility must permit each resident to remain in the facility, and not transfer or discharge the resident from the facility unless

Transfer and Discharge Rights for Nursing Home Residents

A facility must establish, maintain and implement identical policies and practices regarding transfer and discharge

Nursing Home Admission Rights Under Federal Law

Admission, transfer, and discharge rights. The facility must establish and implement an admissions policy.

Residents Can Contact External Entities in Nursing Homes

A facility must not prohibit or in any way discourage a resident from communicating with federal, state, or local officials

 
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