Outpatient Therapy In an Assisted Living Facility

June 3, 2024
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Rick Gawenda
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I receive many questions regarding treating Medicare beneficiaries for outpatient physical, occupational and/or speech therapy who reside in an assisted living facility (ALF). In this article, I will answer the following questions:

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    1. If doing outpatient therapy, all outpatient therapy is reimbursed under Medicare Part B benefits.

  1. Just wanted to clarify the reasoning for needing to pay fair-market value rent for that space. And can we have an agreement with the facility to use for free?

    1. You can’t rent space for free. That could be viewed as anti-kickback or an inducement. You may want to contact a healthcare attorney.