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RAC Reviews Underpayments Made on Group 3 Wheelchair Options

Effort by van Halem Group will see RAC recover incorrect reductions owed to suppliers

Blackburn Re-Introduces Prior Authorization Legislation

Bill aims to cut audit burden by requiring prior authorization for higher priced DME items.

Georgia’s DME Licensure Bill Becomes Law

Years-long advocacy, legislative effort culminates with Gov. Nathan Deal signing SB41 into law.

AAHomecare Digs Deeper Into CMS’s Rural Rate Plan

Association research further shows how CMS’s newly implemented rates will hurt providers in rural and non-bid areas.

CMS Proceeds with Controversial Rural Rate Plan

Plan defies intent of CURES Act; AAHomecare head Ryan calls it a "slap in the face" for industry and lawmakers

Editor's Note

HME's Giant Steps

Diversifying your business requires reliable information -- and sometimes a leap of faith.

John Driscoll

People in HME: Industry Newsmaker

The Inevitable Shift to Value

CareCentrix CEO explains why fee for service will soon be a thing of post-acute care's past.

CMS Eases Adjudication Process for Serial Claims

DME MACs will change appeals of recurring claims for capped rental items and certain inexpensive and routinely-purchased items.



More than 40% of Providers Have Abandoned Medicare Since July 2013

AAHomecare study of Medicare data also shows number of unique locations dropped by 38.7% during the same period.  

Five Tips for Improving Patient Billing

Strategic approaches to improve billing efficiencies, sharpen staff effectiveness, and strengthen patient relationships.

AAHomecare Fights 'Double Dip' O2 Cuts

Association continues efforts to get non-bid providers relief from extra-low reimbursement for stationary oxygen.

Medicare Advantage Care Differs by Race, Sex

Health care experiences and clinical care varies between women and men, as well for racial and ethnic groups according to new CMS report.

Industry Newsmaker

The Inevitable Shift to Value

CareCentrix CEO explains why fee for service will soon be a thing of post-acute care’s past.

Next Round of Audit Key Submissions Starts April 17

Tool helps industry collect audit data in order to help make its case for reforming CMS’s audit program; now easier for Brightree users.

N.Y. Incontinence Rate Change Pushed to May

Originally slated to go into effect April 3, implementation of rate cuts will go into effect May 17.

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