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Title 38Chapter IPart 51


TITLE 38—Pensions, Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS (CONTINUED)

PART 51—PER DIEM FOR NURSING HOME CARE OF VETERANS IN STATE HOMES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§51.1
Purpose.
§51.2
Definitions.
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Subpart B—OBTAINING PER DIEM FOR NURSING HOME CARE IN STATE HOMES

§51.10
Per diem based on recognition and certification.
§51.20
Application for recognition based on certification.
§51.30
Recognition and certification.
§51.31
Automatic recognition.
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Subpart C—PER DIEM PAYMENTS

§51.40
Basic per diem.
§51.41
Contracts and provider agreements for certain veterans with service-connected disabilities.
§51.42
Drugs and medicines for certain veterans.
§51.43
Per diem and drugs and medicines—principles.
§51.50
Eligible veterans.
§51.59
Authority to continue payment of per diem when veterans are relocated due to emergency.
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Subpart D—STANDARDS

§51.60
Standards applicable for payment of per diem.
§51.70
Resident rights.
§51.80
Admission, transfer and discharge rights.
§51.90
Resident behavior and facility practices.
§51.100
Quality of life.
§51.110
Resident assessment.
§51.120
Quality of care.
§51.130
Nursing services.
§51.140
Dietary services.
§51.150
Physician services.
§51.160
Specialized rehabilitative services.
§51.170
Dental services.
§51.180
Pharmacy services.
§51.190
Infection control.
§51.200
Physical environment.
§51.210
Administration.

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