When Does the 36-Month Oxygen Rental Period Restart?
6 scenarios in which HME providers can legally restart the oxygen rental period
Helping Consumers Navigate the Breast Pump Insurance Benefit
Managing the circumstances of returning to work or a NICU baby
Can More Rehab at Home Save the Health Care System?
Bundled payments demonstrated savings
What Is Connected Care?
Top topics and industry perspectives
Exploring 5 Standards for Meeting QAPI
Agencies are left to create their own forms and reporting tools
Homecare Association of Florida wrapped up its 28th Annual Conference and Trade Show. Kyle Simon, director of Government Affairs and Communications, said the number of sessions, speakers and...
Managing Medicaid Patients in the Incontinence Market
How retail products can overcome reimbursement woes
Forging Paths to Success in a Tough Market
Engaging new payer types with contracts and other opportunities
Providers can survive more reimbursement cuts on the horizon
Get the most out of payer negotiations
States spend millions of dollars every year on fraudulent home care bills
WASHINGTON D.C. (September 2, 2015)—When the four DME MACs released draft local coverage determinations (LCDs) for lower limb prosthetics on July 16, they had no idea what they were in for. Among...
WASHINGTON, D.C. (August 27, 2015)—From July 20 through 24, 2015, Medicare Fee-For-Service (FFS) health care providers, clearinghouses, and billing agencies participated in a third successful ICD-10...
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) Devices, HCPCS E0720 and E0730, are challenging items to get paid.
CO16Claim/service lacks information which is needed for adjudication The CO16 denial code alerts you that there is information that is missing in order
Lake Forest, Calif. Apria Health-care has reached a preliminary agreement with the government and whistleblowers to pay $17.6 million