It’s 10:42 p.m. when I finally pull into the driveway. A six-and-a-half-hour drive home from a site visit. My in-laws’ car is not in the driveway. I take a deep breath. This means that my husband is home alone trying his best to manage our five children … Lord only knows what kind of a scene I am getting ready to walk into.
Never, ever bet on a horse wearing blinders. Why, you ask? Because, of course, a horse wearing blinders must be irresponsible, uncontrollable and, worst of all, completely unaware of its surroundings. At least as a child who spent my summers at the track, that was my logic. You need another kind of logic to prepare for the workdays ahead.
The Jimmo ruling determined that services provided to Medicare beneficiaries could not be denied due to a beneficiary’s lack of restoration potential and the that deciding factor would be related to whether or not a skilled level of care would be indicated in order to prevent or slow further deterioration of their clinical condition.