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Daniel G. Fish Daniel G. Fish

The New York State Department of Health has recently issued a policy instruction (GIS 19 MA/04) to all local Medicaid offices that will have the effect of causing unnecessary nursing home placements. The new rule requires the local Medicaid agency to reject enrollment in a pooled income trust made under a power of attorney lacking a statutory gift rider. The legal basis for the directive is highly questionable.

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