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Can an SNF turn into an NF PoS?

  1. Default Can an SNF turn into an NF PoS?
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    If a patient uses all 90 days of her part A Medicare at an SNF, then stays at the facility because she is unable to live independently, no longer receiving therapies or wound care nursing, what place of service do I document for my doc's [post-med A] E/M visits? Skilled nursing facility PoS 31, or Nursing facility, PoS 32?
    Thank you.

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    When the patient continues to stay at the facility after skilled services have ended they turn to ICF care (POS 32).

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