Medical Adult Day-Care Facility Law and Legal Definition
Medical adult day-care facility means a facility that offers services and facilities designed to assist physically or mentally impaired adults. Such facilities offer institutional, long-term care, and rehabilitation services. It is generally a substitute for a portion of home health services that would otherwise be provided in the beneficiary's home.
The following is an example of a federal statute defining the term.
Pursuant to 42 USCS § 1395fff, the term 'medical adult day-care facility' means a facility that:
"(A) has been licensed or certified by a State to furnish medical adult day-care services in the State for a continuous 2-year period;
"(B) is engaged in providing skilled nursing services and other therapeutic services directly or under arrangement with a home health agency;
"(C) is licensed and certified by the State in which it operates or meets such standards established by the Secretary to assure quality of care and such other requirements as the Secretary finds necessary in the interest of the health and safety of individuals who are furnished services in the facility; and
"(D) provides medical adult day-care services.
Legal Definition list
- Medical Abandonment
- Medicaid Spend Down
- Medicaid Provider Number
- Medicaid Look-Back Period
- Medicaid Income Trust
- Medical Adult Day-Care Facility
- Medical and Health Care Rehabilitation
- Medical and Other Health Services
- Medical and Related Benefits [Labor]
- Medical Assessment [Human Reliability Program]
- Medical Cannabis