Teaching hospitals have until Nov. 18 to ask Medicare to review their per resident amounts or resident caps for certain cost reports, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced this month. To qualify for review, the hospital must submit a review request with documentation to their Medicare Administrative Contractor. 

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