Medicare has only a very limited program to pay for nursing facility care (up to 100 days). If a person has a hospital stay of at least three days and three nights (admittance) and then enters a skilled nursing facility and requires skilled nursing or rehabilitation services, Medicare will pay 100% for the first 20 days. For days 21 through 100, the patient must pay a co-pay of $161.00 per day.
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