Maryland Medicaid - Long-Term Care
A PRACTICAL ELDER LAW GUIDE FOR:
Attorneys • Financial Advisors • Nursing Home Administrators • Social Workers • Accountants
AUTHOR: JASON A. FRANK
1 Volume, Soft-cover, 638 Pages
Published: October, 2008
Most recent supplement/update: 2019 supplement; released Mar.2019; $94.00
(Current Subscriber's Price: $79.50)
Library of Congress Control Number: 2008937115
Written by Elder Law attorney Jason A. Frank, this reference book is a "must have" for anyone advising seniors and their families. This essential guide explains how Medicaid is used to finance long-term care in Maryland. No other text discusses Maryland's Medicaid rules in such detail. Precise citations are provided to applicable cases, statutes, and regulations. In-depth examples illustrate asset protection strategies under new law.
GET QUICK ANSWERS TO CRITICAL QUESTIONS
- How does the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 impact Maryland?
- What assets are at risk of nursing home costs?
- What new rules exist concerning gifts and asset transfers?
- What are the exact steps in the application process?
- How can assets be protected legally for community spouse under new law?
- What is new care level requirement under Nursing Home Transmittal 213?
- Under what circumstances is gifting permitted?
- If a Medicaid application is denied, what is the appellate procedure?
- Is there a way to legally avoid estate recovery?
More than 30 Forms, including Home Exclusion-Statement of Intent • Medical Assistance Resource Countability Table • Policies and Procedures for Consideration of Continuing Care • Benefits Eligibility Roster • Spousal and Family Allowance Worksheet • Dependent Allowance Worksheet • Medical Assistance Manual Provisions • Medical Assistance Manual Chapter: Liens, Adjustments and Recoveries • Cares 9709 Application • Maryland Medical Assistance Program Home Exclusion-Statement of Intent • Nursing Home Transmittal No. 213 • Medical Assistance Eligibility Review Form #3871B • Motion to Settle an Irrevocable Supplemental Needs Trust • Motion for Authority to Execute Last Will and Testament • Medical Assistance Manual Chapter: Hearings.
SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
|1.||Overview of Maryland Medicaid|
|2.||Eligibility for Long-Term Care Benefits|
|5.||Jointly Owned Resources|
|7.||Treatment of Income|
|8.||Treatment of Lump Sums|
|9.||Citizenship and Alienage Requirements|
|10.||Enforceability of Continuing Care Retirement Community Contracts|
|11.||Spousal Impoverishment Protections|
|12.||Community Spouse Resource Allowance|
|13.||Achieving Resource Eligibility|
|16.||Withdrawal of Jointly Owned Assets|
|17.||Medical Assistance Estate Recovery Program|
|18.||Property Not Liable to Repay the Department|
|19.||Payments Eligible for Estate Recovery|