In some cases, a client may opt to revoke their hospice benefit and pursue a more aggressive or curative form of care. This is completely within the rights of each hospice beneficiary. To revoke the hospice benefit, you will need to sign a simple form on the day of revocation. If you decide to go to the hospital or emergency room, please contact a member of your hospice team or the Dignity Hospice of Utah office immediately. A hospice representative can then meet with you and you can sign the revocation form. This will prevent Medicare from denying payment for your hospital visit and leaving you with a large medical bill. In emergency cases when 911 is contacted, please alert a hospice representative after you have reached the hospital.
We invite you to contact us today if you would like to learn more about how to revoke the hospice benefit in Utah.