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A helping hand may sometimes run afoul of gift prohibitions

A case manager learns that a soon-to-be discharged patient’s electricity has been turned off for nonpayment and makes arrangements to have the bill paid and power restored. While this is clearly important to the patient’s health, it is also an example of how case managers may be unintentionally violating the law.

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