AAHomecare has banded together with other healthcare industry organizations to fix a flaw in the CARES Act that could cost providers more than a fifth of their CARES Act funding.
The document aims to educate regulators and payers on the importance of high-quality incontinence solutions supplied by knowledgeable providers in ensuring optimal care and cost management.
Slated for Sept. 28 to Oct. 2, the event will include content from the association’s postponed April event, as well as new sessions that will run during the week.
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Association takes on new corporate members and sees many existing members raise their sponsorship levels to help drive its industry advocacy.
The virtual version of VGM’s annual Heartland event began this week on Monday with a keynote on how COVID-19 will impact the industry going forward.
Some providers were denied the recently announced Medicaid/CHIP relief despite declining payments from the first tranche of relief. Association working with administration, lawmakers for a fix.
Manufacturer of a wide range of HME products adds Gendron’s bariatric medical products to its expanding portfolio.
The K0003 chair supports 300 lbs. evenly distributed, and adds seat heights of 16.3 in. and 17.9 in. to the standard 18 in. and 20 in. heights.
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Consistent patient communication, a key element of any successful resupply strategy, has become even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HME providers’ long-term success hinges on regular technology education so that they understand the array of software tools available and how they can strategically implement those solutions throughout their businesses.
To tackle COVID-19, a number of solutions have been deployed to continue providing sleep therapy products and services to patients during the pandemic. How will that impact sleep care and business models after the PHE?
Consumer financing is becoming commonplace in post acute care, and that includes the HME industry. What do providers need to know in order to support healthcare credit cards — and reap the benefits?
As epidemiologists and public health officials first started warning about COVID-19, some HME providers were already making plans. How has the industry responded to the public health emergency? How have these changes impacted their businesses and patients? How has public policy adjusted? How might all these changes impact the future of the HME?
In addition to COVID-19 relief funds, HME providers have seen a cascade of federal and state regulatory changes, as well as new private payer funding guidelines. AAHomecare regulatory and payer relations experts take a deep dive into all of them.
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