The well-known pharmacist and home health dealer who tirelessly advocated for the industry well past retirement age has passed away.
Success on H.R. 6641 could have wide-ranging impacts on DME reimbursement across a spectrum of payers far beyond Medicare. It’s essential that providers help raise the visibility of the bill.
Kim Brummett of AAHomecare breaks down how the next round of competitive bidding might play out, what CMS might do, and where the program might be headed in the future.
Public policy and the private sector can work together to meet the future long-term care and housing needs of seniors.
This presentation will provide an update on what we have seen thus far and a detailed assessment of what we see happening with audits this year.
This webinar will discuss the federal laws governing value-added services to patients; those value-added services that are legally acceptable; and those value-added services that may trigger a government enforcement action.
AAHomecare’s Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Kim Brummett sat down with HMEB during this week’s Medtrade West event to discuss how the next round of competitive bidding might play out, what CMS might do, and where the program might be headed in the future.
Jay Witter, the senior vice president for public policy at the American Association for Homecare explains why both legislative efforts are crucial and how providers can help.
The AAHomecare Update at Medtrade Spring offered a winder range of updates. Staff share their top-line priorities from that update, such as increasing SPA rates, extending relief, CMS's proposed O2 NCD and the American Rescue Plan.
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