42 CFR § 440.80 - Private duty nursing services.
Private duty nursing services means nursing services for beneficiaries who require more individual and continuous care than is available from a visiting nurse or routinely provided by the nursing staff of the hospital or skilled nursing facility. These services are provided -
(a) By a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse;
(1) His or her own home;
(2) A hospital; or
(3) A skilled nursing facility.
The following state regulations pages link to this page.
- Wash. Admin. Code § 388-106-1000 - 388-106-1000 - What is the intent of WAC 388-106-1000 through 388-106-1055?
- Wash. Admin. Code § 388-106-1005 - 388-106-1005 - What services may I receive under private duty nursing (PDN)?
- Wash. Admin. Code § 388-106-1010 - 388-106-1010 - Am I eligible for medicaid-funded private duty nursing services?
- Wash. Admin. Code § 388-106-1030 - 388-106-1030 - Are there limitations or other requirements for PDN?
- Wash. Admin. Code § 388-106-1035 - 388-106-1035 - What requirements must a home health agency meet in order to provide and be paid for my PDN?
- Wash. Admin. Code § 388-106-1040 - 388-106-1040 - What requirements must an RN, or LPN under the supervision of an RN, meet in order to provide and get paid for my PDN services?
- Wash. Admin. Code § 388-106-1045 - 388-106-1045 - When may I receive private duty nursing (PDN) services in a contracted PDN adult family home (AFH)?
- Wash. Admin. Code § 388-106-1050 - 388-106-1050 - May I receive other long-term care services in addition to PDN?