The estate recovery law, which says that the state has a claim against the estat
The estate recovery law, which says that the state has a claim against the estate of any Medicaid recipient who dies in a nursing home, was buried on pages 349 and 350 of the recently passed state budget. A Clinton administration directive issued in late spring which says that all states must have a Medicaid recovery statute on the books to be eligible for federal matching funds was responsible for reviving the controversial measure, which in past years has been dismissed as callous and too insensitive to consider.
Estates (law), Medicaid
"The estate recovery law, which says that the state has a claim against the estat" (1993). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 257.
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