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The Link:  Practical Insight for Long-Term Care & Senior Living Providers

How will you achieve success? As owners and administrators of long-term care (LTC) and senior living providers, you have experienced more than your fair share of market-driven and government-mandated changes. We understand. Our advisors have experienced them right along with you. We apply our broad spectrum of expertise to help facilities like yours succeed in an ever-changing environment. Add a personal, interactive and attentive service style, and you’ll begin to understand what our experience can help you achieve.

Second PBJ Submission Date Fast Approaching


Suzy Harvey - February 2017


February 14, 2017, is the second Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ) submission’s final date for all long-term care (LTC) facilities. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) began requiring quarterly staffing and census data to be submitted as of July 1, 2016. Read More

How to Decode Accounts Receivable Aging


Jessica Cullen - January 2017


In the long-term care industry, it’s imperative organizations constantly monitor the accounts receivable aging (the aging) and follow up on past due accounts. If the aging isn’t appropriately reviewed and analyzed, accounts can become uncollectible, which strains the organization’s cash flows and ability to fund daily operations. Read More

Claims for SNF CJR Patients May Require Special Code to Pay


Cyndi Major - December 2016


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released guidance stating that claims submitted on or after January 1, 2017, for beneficiaries admitted to a skilled nursing facility for care related to Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement will need to include demonstration code 75 in the claim form’s treatment authorization field when the qualifying hospital stay criteria aren’t met and a waiver applies. Read More

CMS Releases Important Provider Enrollment Updates & Changes


Bob Lane - December 2016


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently released several notices pertaining to compliance and provider enrollment that could affect providers and practitioners. Read More

Musing from Music City – My ACHA/NCAL Experience


Chris Murphy - December 2016


I remembered a dream and enjoyed the moment’s irony as I took the stage in Music City in October for American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living’s (AHCA/NCAL) 2016 67th Annual Convention & Exposition. Read More

Don’t Forget Medicare Part A Coinsurance Bad Debt Reimbursement


Rikki Holmes - December 2016


Remember to properly write off Medicare Part A coinsurance and/or deductible bad debt that can be claimed on the Medicare cost report for partial reimbursement. It’s to your advantage to claim this reimbursement. Read More

Important Modification Requirement for OMRA Standalone MDS Assessments


Amy Ray - December 2016


Providers recently received an email alert from the Quality Improvement and Evaluation System (QIES) containing an important action required to correct recent Minimum Data Set (MDS) submissions that were inaccurately stored in the QIES Automated Submission and Processing System (ASAP) database. Read More

BKD Lounge Chat:  By the Numbers


Jana Greig - November 2016


Financial struggles, outdated technology and infrastructure and overall difficulties in competing with new communities—these were among the challenges shared by a resident and board member of a senior living community who attended BKD’s Lounge Chat, “By the Numbers,” led by BKD Partner Brian Hickman and Director Juli Pascoe. Unfortunately, these are common themes plaguing many in the senior living industry. Read More

BKD Lounge Chat:  Harnessing Payment Reform to Improve Care Outcomes


Jana Greig - November 2016


Preparing for payment reform is daunting. With necessary operational changes and reduced state and Medicaid funding, many senior living communities are asking, “If we can’t survive long enough to see the new payment reform, what’s the point in preparing?” Read More

Lounge Chat:  Foiling the Fraudsters


Jana Greig - November 2016


Investigating fraud requires finesse and intentionality, but what does that entail? What should you do if you suspect fraud, and how can you avoid it in the first place? BKD’s Lounge Chat, “Foiling the Fraudsters,” led by BKD Director Bryan Callahan focused on what to do if you suspect fraud, new trends in fraud schemes and ways to avoid fraud in your organization. Read More

Renewed Interest in Nursing Facility Supplemental Payments


Kevin Pahud & Mark Myers, Institutional Property Advisors - August 2016


States increasingly are showing interest and participating in programs that provide supplemental payments to Medicaid-certified nursing facilities. Participation in a federally regulated nursing facility supplemental payment program requires time and education, but the benefits often greatly exceed the cost and administrative efforts. Read More

One-on-One with Trusted Advisors:  Robert Lane


Jana Greig - July 2016


BKD Senior Managing Consultant Robert Lane recently was inaugurated as vice chair of the American College of Health Care Administrators. In addition to this new role, Bob leverages his 32 years of health care experience to help post-acute care providers improve patient results, increase operational efficiencies and develop effective leadership. Read More

CMS Clarification Issued Regarding Medical Review Scope


Julie Bilyeu - June 2016


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently provided guidance limiting the scope of review for redeterminations and reconsiderations. The guidance applies to all redetermination and reconsideration requests received by the Medicare Administrative Contractor or Qualified Independent Contractor on or after April 18, 2016, and won’t be retroactively applied. Read More

DOJ Adds Increased Oversight to Nursing Homes


Suzy Harvey - June 2016


On March 30, 2016, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), along with other governmental agencies, announced the creation of 10 regional Elder Justice Task Forces, which can negatively affect long-term care providers. Read More

Second Cycle of CMS Medicare Provider Enrollment Revalidation


Susan Ryan & Monique Funkenbusch - May 2016


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently entered into a second cycle of provider enrollment revalidation. There are several tools on the CMS website for determining the revalidation due dates and information on best practices to avoid billing interruptions. Read More

Three Steps to Prepare for Payroll-Based Journal Submissions


Jessica Cullen - May 2016


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has introduced the Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ) system allowing providers to electronically submit staffing information. CMS already has started collecting this data from providers on a voluntary basis and mandated that all skilled nursing facilities start electronically inputting staffing information effective July 1, 2016. Read More

Office of Civil Rights Initiates Phase 2 of HIPAA Audits


Gary Moss - April 2016


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights (OCR) recently announced that it initiated Phase 2 audits assessing Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) compliance. Affected health care organizations should expect emails from the OCR and take the necessary steps to prepare for a potential audit. Read More

ACFE Releases 2016 Report on Occupational Fraud & Abuse


Shauna Woody-Coussens - March 2016


This latest report, which includes data compiled from 2,410 cases of fraud investigated between January 2014 and October 2015, shows that organizations around the world lost an estimated 5 percent of their annual revenues to occupational fraud. Read More

CMS Approves RAC Reviews Based on SNF PUF Data


Sherri Robbins - March 2016


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released the updated Skilled Nursing Facility Utilization and Payment Public Use File (SNF PUF) to demonstrate its commitment to greater data transparency. In addition to information regarding payments and charges, the data included information regarding the RV and RU Resource Utilization Groups. Read More

Another Big Year in Long-Term Care & Senior Housing M&A


Austin Propst - March 2016


The long-term care (LTC) and senior housing industry saw record-breaking merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in 2015. Record-high transaction volume and deal values were accompanied by an upward trend in valuations. With exceptionally low interest rates, financial and strategic investors are optimistic about LTC and senior housing M&A for 2016. Read More

Changes to Crossover Bad Debt Reimbursement for Oklahoma Nursing Centers


Chris Murphy - March 2016


The Oklahoma Health Care Authority has reduced the amount it will pay for Medicare Part A coinsurance for Medicare beneficiaries who also are Medicaid beneficiaries beginning with January 1, 2016, dates of service. Read More

FASB Issues New Lease Guidance


Connie Spinelli - February 2016


On February 25, 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued its long-awaited standard requiring lessees to recognize all leases with terms greater than 12 months on their balance sheet as lease liabilities with a corresponding right-of-use (ROU) asset. Read More

Changes to Part B Therapy Manual Medical Review


Suzy Harvey - February 2016


The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act changed the review requirements for Part B therapy claims exceeding the therapy threshold; these claims now will be subject to a targeted post-payment review process, eliminating the need for 100 percent review. Read More

Culture Changes Ahead


McKnight's - February 2016


Post-acute care providers must leverage data to prepare for payment model changes, as BKD’s Chris Murphy recently told McKnight’s. Read More

Why Post-Acute Care Providers Should Prepare for CJR


Chris Murphy – February 2016


While the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) model appears to be a hospital program, it also could have a significant effect on post-acute care providers. Here’s how. Read More

January Changes to SNF Part B Rates


Julie Bilyeu – February 2016


Skilled nursing facilities (SNF) head into a new year without facing significant payments changes for Part B services paid under the physician fee schedule; recent legislation not only avoided a 21 percent decrease but also extended the therapy cap exceptions process. Read More

Form 990 Instructions Released


Donna Larson – January 2016


The IRS has released the 2015 instructions for Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax; while the instructions are relatively consistent with the previous year, here's a look at some items that have changed. Read More

Texas Quality Incentive Payment Program


Jon Unroe – December 2015


At a time when Texas nursing home Medicaid rates are some of the lowest in the country, many facilities have benefited from an upper payment limit-type program called the Minimum Payment Amount Program, which allowed providers to receive additional reimbursement. This program will transition in 2016 to the new, quality-based Quality Incentive Payment Program. Read More

The Post-Acute Care Combine:  Impressing the Scouts


Chris Murphy – November 2015


Fee-for-service health care has created a culture of competition for hospital discharges among post-acute care providers of all types. As payment systems begin to reward quality and efficiency, post-acute care providers must change their culture to survive. Read More

Looking Back at the 2015 LeadingAge Annual Meeting


Chris Murphy – November 2015


The 2015 LeadingAge Annual Meeting had something for everyone in the senior services industry, including some very good educational sessions. Here are some of the highlights. Read More

CMS Announces Final CCJR Rule


Eric Rogers – November 2015


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the finalized rule for Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CCJR). Here are some of the key changes from the proposed rule. Read More

Five Signs Your Revenue Cycle Needs Immediate Attention


Lisa McIntire – November 2015


With ever-changing billing regulations and increased payor scrutiny, skilled nursing facility billing personnel and financial leaders face more challenges than ever, making it important to recognize the five warning signs that your revenue cycle needs immediate attention. Read More

2016 Medicare Parts A & B Premiums & Deductibles Announced


November 2015


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the 2016 premiums and deductibles for the Medicare inpatient hospital (Part A) and physician and outpatient hospital services (Part B) programs. Read More

Staggered Effective Dates for Leases & Financial Instruments


Anne Coughlan – November 2015


The Financial Accounting Standards Board is expected to release final standards on leases and financial instruments – classification and measurement in the fourth quarter of 2015; a final standard on financial instruments – credit impairment is expected in the first quarter of 2016. After meeting recently to consider the effective dates, the board settled on a staggered approach with options to early adopt. Read More

An ICD-10 Game Plan: Essential for Senior Living Providers to Prevent Payment Delays


Suzy Harvey – September 2015


All providers have been warned by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that ICD-10 is coming, but many senior living providers remain unprepared—and when billing for October service dates, payments on claims without accurate ICD-10 coding will come to a screeching halt. Read More

OIG Focuses on Skilled Nursing Facility COTs


Carol Smith – August 2015


Based on findings from a recent study, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is recommending that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services increase oversight of change of therapy (COT) assessments at skilled nursing facilities. Read More

CMS Updates SNF Medicare Payment Rates


Camille Lockhart – August 2015


CMS has issued a final rule that updates the Medicare payment rates for skilled nursing facilities for fiscal year 2016; rates are projected to increase 1.2 percent. Read More

SNF Impact of Joint Replacement Bundled Payments


Suzy Harvey & Chris Murphy – July 2015


CMS has announced a proposed rule on the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement demonstration model, a five-year demonstration project that would test bundled payments to hospitals for lower-extremity joint replacements. Read More

Proposed Rule Revamps Long-Term Care Regulations


Suzy Harvey – July 2015


The Department of Health and Human Services’ new proposed rule is one of the most ambitious and comprehensive changes to the Requirements of Participation for long-term care facilities in decades, and compliance could require significant cost and effort. Read More

SNF Providers Will See an Increase in Part B Payments for July Services


Julie Bilyeu – July 2015


Skilled nursing facility (SNF) providers that get a significant amount of reimbursement under the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule have received a much-needed reprieve. Read More

Nursing Facilities May Feel Burden of CMS Staffing Data Submission Requirements


Lori Brunholtz – June 2015


To comply with requirements of the Affordable Care Act, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has developed the Payroll Based Journal; all nursing facilities should review the proposed requirements, as the potential level of required effort is daunting. Read More

AANAC 2015 Annual Conference & Summit Overview


Carol Smith – June 2015


BKD proudly supported the recent American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination (AANAC) annual conference in several ways, including presenting educational sessions, as director members, participating as a vendor and sending professionals as attendees. Read More

New Instructions for Providers Filing a DAB Appeal


Bob Lane – May 2015


If you disagree with actions imposed on your facility by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, you’ll now need to make your request for a hearing with the Department Appeals Board (DAB) electronically. Read More

ALJ Appeal Status Now Available Online


Suzy Harvey – May 2015


The Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals, which is responsible for Level 3 or Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) appeals, has a new system that providers can access to verify ALJ appeals status. Read More

SNF PEPPERs Are Ready


Suzy Harvey – April 2015


TMF Health Quality Institute announced on April 15, 2015, that Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) Program for Evaluating Payment Patterns Electronic Reports (PEPPER) are available for download. The fourth-quarter fiscal year 2014 PEPPERs can be accessed through the PEPPER Resources Portal. Read More

Long-Term Care & Senior Living M&A Continues to Break Records


Austin Propst – March 2015


Merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the long-term care (LTC) and senior living industry saw a huge uptick in activity in 2014—even compared to a record-breaking 2013. Following a record 225 transactions in 2013, M&A volume continued to shatter records with growth of more than 30 percent totaling 294 transactions worth a combined $25.5 billion in 2014.
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CMS Posts MDS 3.0 RAI Manual Revisions


Suzy Harvey – February 2015


On February 5, 2015, the Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) posted an Errata Document of revisions to the Minimum Data Set (MDS) 3.0 Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) Manual on the Nursing Home Quality Initiative website. The document contains revisions to pages in Chapter 2 and Chapter 3 of Section A of the RAI Manual.
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Changes to Five-Star Rating System Could Affect Long-Term Care Providers


Amy Ray – February 2015


The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has made important changes to the Five-Star Quality Rating System that could significantly affect providers’ ratings. These changes are effective immediately and can be reviewed on the Nursing Home Compare website. Read More

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Quality Measures:  Are Your Stars Aligned?


Presenters:  Sherri Robbins & Suzy Harvey – Thursday, March 16, 2017


This complimentary webinar will provide attendees with an overview of quality measures—and the growing importance placed on these metrics. Read More

Skilled Nursing Supplemental Payment Programs:  Architecture for Expansion & Utilization


Presenters:   Kevin Pahud, BKD & Mark Myers, Institutional Property Advisors – Tuesday, August 30, 2016


Please join us for a complimentary webinar that will showcase the various methodologies and structures states are utilizing and provide participants with an overview of the program’s background. Read More

Avoid Financial Penalties by Preparing for MDS 3.0 Update


Presenters:   Suzy Harvey & Carol Smith – Thursday, August 25, 2016


Join us for a complimentary webinar to help you prepare for the new rules and avoid financial penalties as we discuss Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) guidance on completing Section GG of the MDS 3.0, identify new MDS assessments related to quality measures and the reason you should avoid dashes. Read More

The Key to Unlocking Your Value:  Your Data


Presenters:   Chris Murphy, BKD, Paul Balhorn, Welcov Healthcare & James Berklan, McKnight’s Long-Term Care News – Tuesday, August 23, 2016


Long-term and post-acute care providers can expect major regulatory and payment changes in the coming years. Harnessing data to make the right tactical and strategic moves just might be the difference between success and failure. This CE-accredited webinar will deliver insight and actionable advice you won’t want to miss. Read More

Strategies for PBJ Pain Points


Presenters:   Suzy Harvey & Jessica Cullen – Tuesday, July 19, 2016


Join BKD for a discussion on the newly mandated Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ) system, which will take effect July 1, 2016. This session will cover compliance for skilled nursing facilities (SNF) and provide guidance on managing common program pain points and categorizing direct care staff into the appropriate job title code to capture “double-hatters.” Read More

Gainsharing:  Developing Your Collaborator Agreements & Regulatory Waivers


Presenters:   Mark Blessing & Randy Biernat – Wednesday, April 27, 2016


This complimentary webinar will address drivers and pathways for successful collaboration arrangements and emphasize regulatory safeguards. Read More

Skilled Nursing:  Data-Driven Strategy for Bundled Payment Success


Presenters:   Chris Murphy – Wednesday, April 20, 2016


Attendees will gain an understanding of how they can harness their data to seize opportunities and manage risk. Read More

Annual Tax Update & 2015 Form 990 Changes


Presenters:   Aaron Hershberger & Jeanette Verrelli – Tuesday, March 1, 2016


Join BKD for a closer look at 2015 tax law changes, including updates to IRS Form 990. Read More

The post-acute care payment game is changing:  Is your team ready?


Presenters:   Chris Murphy, BKD Moderator:  James Berklan, McKnight’s Senior Living – Tuesday, February 16, 2016


Join BKD speaker Chris Murphy for McKnight’s Super Tuesday webinar. He’ll educate attendees on how to take a strategic approach to navigating the transition to alternative payment models. Read More

Understanding & Utilizing the Final CJR Rule


Presenters:   Mark Blessing , Randy Biernat & Cathy Martin, Ober|Kaler – January 27, 2016

CPE Credit:  1 CPE credit (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)


Join us for this presentation on the final Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) rule. We’ll provide key updates with special guest presenter Cathy Martin, a principal with Ober|Kaler. Read More

Is Your Organization Financially Healthy?


Presenters:   Julie Bilyeu & Lisa McIntire – November 12, 2015

CPE Credit:  1 CPE credit (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)


Join BKD for a complimentary webinar and learn how to effectively manage your organization’s revenue cycle performance and abandon common misconceptions. Read More

Medicare Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Model


Presenters:   Eric Rogers & Jeff Bond – August 13, 2015

CPE Credit:  1 CPE credit (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)


Join BKD as we review the details of the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CCJR) proposed rule and answer important questions that will shape the transition from fee-for-service toward risk-based outcomes. Read More

Webinar Archive:  The Basics of ICD-10 Coding


Presenters:   Marla Dumm – June 9, 2015

CPE Credit:  1.5 CPE credits (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)


Is your health care organization up to date on the ICD-10 coding manual? Join BKD for this complimentary webinar offering a brief tutorial on the manual. Read More

Countdown to ICD-10


Presenters:   Deborah Lake & Suzy Harvey – April 2015

CPE Credit:  One CPE credit (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)


Is your long-term care (LTC) or senior living facility ready for the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10? Join BKD for this webinar introducing ICD-10 and offering a look at how to prepare for the October 1, 2015, transition. Read More

New Year, New Focus: Top 10 Reimbursement Items Your SNF Should Consider in 2015


Presenters:  Julie Bilyeu & Lisa McIntire – January 2015

CPE Credit:  One CPE credit (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)


Is your skilled nursing facility (SNF) ready for the year ahead and the changes it will bring? Join BKD for this webinar focused on changes that will affect the SNF revenue cycle and key areas that impact SNF reimbursement. Read More

Top 10 Warning Signs of Missed SNF Reimbursement


Presenters:  Julie Bilyeu & Lisa McIntire – August 2014

CPE Credit:  Non CPE Eligible (Specialized Knowledge & Applications)


Are you worried your skilled nursing facility (SNF) is losing out on reimbursement it should be receiving? Join BKD for this webinar, where our accounts receivable specialists will cover what SNF management should be monitoring to ensure their staff are billing and collecting in a timely manner. Read More

Health Care Insurance Reform – Where Are We Now?


Presenters:  David Hunt, Philip Floyd & Dan Timmermann, Schwartz Benefit Services, Inc. – July 2014

CPE Credit:  Non CPE Eligible (Tax)


Join Philip Floyd and David Hunt of BKD and Dan Timmermann of Schwartz Benefit Services, Inc. for this informative update on what you should be doing to achieve compliance. Read More

Long-Term Care Services


BKD National Health Care Group serves approximately 1,600 long-term care and senior living providers nationwide, including skilled nursing facilities and approximately 50 continuing care retirement communities, some of which are the largest in the country. Our approximately 500 dedicated health care professionals have the expertise and commitment to help your organization improve performance and enhance the value of the professional services you receive.

BKD National Health Care Group provides services related to:

  • Audit Services – Our auditors can advise you on how your financial statements comply with accounting rules and help you strengthen internal controls, address management concerns and improve operating efficiencies.
  • Cost Report & Reimbursement Services – BKD National Health Care Group prepares approximately 3,000 Medicare and Medicaid cost reports annually, including more than 1,600 skilled nursing and long-term care facility reports, making us one of the largest providers in the country.
  • Billing Services – BKD Health Care Billing Services, a special division of BKD National Health Care Group, helps clients manage more than $60 million in revenues for health care providers. Our solutions include outsourcing, accounts receivable recovery, operations assessments, compliance assessments and training.
  • Clinical & Operational Consulting – We offer operational assessments, Medicare PPS assessments and Medicare management training services, corporate integrity services, organizational supervisory training and staffing analysis, strategic planning and other services to help your organization.
  • Taxation – Exempt and for-profit health care organizations alike often face unique and complex tax questions. BKD National Health Care Group provides a variety of services to help your organization make sense of dynamic tax laws.

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Missouri Health Care Association 2017 Mid-Year Conference
Jefferson City, Missouri
February 28 –March 1, 2017
Learn more about the event here. To schedule a time to meet our team at the conference, contact Amy Knightley at 417.831.7283 or aknightley@bkd.com.

Ohio Health Care Association (OHCA) 2017 Long Term Care Convention & Expo
Columbus, OH
May 2-4, 2017
"SNF Quality Reporting“ presented by Senior Managing Consultant Deborah Lake, Tuesday, May 2, 8:30–9:30 a.m. Stop by BKD Booth #738 and visit with members of our long-term health care team. View the OHCA program here or contact Marjorie Hull at 513.621.8300 or mhull@bkd.com.



2017 AANAC Annual Conference
St. Louis, Missouri
May 3 –5, 2017
Learn more about the event here. Don’t miss the session, “Putting Together the Pieces of Puzzling MDS Billing Issues,” on Thursday, May 4, 2017, from 3:30–5 p.m. BKD presenters are Director Julie Bilyeu and Managing Consultant Sherri Robbins. To schedule a time to meet our team at the conference, contact Amy Knightley at 417.831.7283 or aknightley@bkd.com.


LeadingAge PEAK Leadership Summit
Washington, D.C.
March 19 –22, 2017
Learn more about the event here. To schedule a time to meet our team at the conference, contact Amy Knightley at 417.831.7283 or aknightley@bkd.com.

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