Tonight we will be discussing what you need to know to protect not only yourself, but also your loved ones, especially the elderly from the growing efforts to cull and euthanize as many as possible using legal and medical means. Hospice in most cases, is no longer the Good Samaritan and has instead become the weapon of choice for prematurely ending the lives of those unfortunate enough to find themselves in one of these facilities or, under Hospice care in a hospital.
Do you know what a Patients Protective Medical Directive is? Why you should have one?
Do you know what a "Living Will" really is? Did you know that it is actually an advanced directive for assisted suicide/euthanasia?
Hospice Discharge, Revocation and Transfers
Medicare Benefit Policy Manual (CMS Pub. 100-02), Ch. 9, §20.2
The Medicare hospice benefit is only available to beneficiaries who are terminally ill. A hospice may discharge a beneficiary in certain situations. A beneficiary or representative may choose to revoke the election of hospice care at any time.
This and much more "need to know" info tonight with Carly Walden