AAHomeCare Update
While the challenges facing the home medical community remain daunting, I am more convinced than ever that our industry has the ability to survive and thrive in the coming years—but only if we...
The Moment of Truth on Audits
AAHomecare has been to the Hill, CMS, GAO, OIG and everywhere in between, speaking passionately about the problems with Medicare audits and how they are crushing an industry already under pressure....
More than 150 HME leaders gathered at the AAHomecare Washington Legislative Conference, May 20-21, to stand together and educate Congress about the issues impacting HME. Consumer Groups Bring...
More than 150 HME leaders gathered at the AAHomecare Washington Legislative Conference, May 20-21, to stand together and educate Congress about the issues impacting HME. Consumer Groups Bring...
Speaking at AAHomecare's "Washington Update" at Medtrade Spring almost two months ago, I reported on recent legislative successes by noting that the credibility and influence of the Association is at...
Grow your competitive advantage by supporting our industry
A look at what we accomplished last year and our plans for the upcoming one
It's time to involve consumer advocates in the struggle over competitive bidding
Perspective on the past 12 months of service with the American Association for Homecare
It is time to press the reset button.
New Braunfels, Texas In January, The Scooter Store announced the layoff of 200 employees, a move the company attributes to the clarification of Medicare's
Washington Federal costs for Medicare and Medicaid could spiral to more than 21 percent of the gross domestic product by 2050, according to a recent Congressional
Washington Nearly half of the nation's non-elderly adults with disabilities go without equipment and other items due to cost, according to a recent survey
Albany, N.Y. In December, the New York State Department of Health implemented a new procedure for billing Medicaid for Medicare co-insurance and deductible
Many in the home medical equipment services industry wonder why the rehab community is constantly trying to differentiate itself from the rest of HME.
America's weight gain has meant bigger wheelchairs and bigger beds in the home care market, along with bigger profits for manufacturers and providers