Plus: What’s next for HME?
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HomeCare Now
April 30, 2020


CMS Issues Final Rule to Advance Interoperability
A new rule requires CMS-regulated payers to maintain and implement a secure, standards-based application programming interface that allows patients to access their claims and encounter information starting next year.Read on for more information.


New Tariff Rules Requested for Medical Devices During COVID-19
AdvaMed, a trade industry representing medical technology companies, reached out to the Office of the United States Trade Representative urging additional tariff exclusions for medical devices and components coming from China during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's the rest of the story.



Industry News
Keep Up With the Latest on the Coronavirus from HomeCare  
Georgia Telemedicine Provider Charged in $60 Million Fraud Scheme  
CareCentrix Receives Accreditation Renewal  
AMC Health Expands Partnership with Geisinger Health  
BrightStar Care Honors Staff During Nurses Week  
AAHomecare Creates Third-Party Payer Tracking Resource  
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Proactive Denial Management During and After a Health Care Crisis
Proactive Denial Management During and After a Health Care Crisis
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HomeCare Podcast
Interim HealthCare Part I: Jennifer Sheets on COVID-19 Response
Interim HealthCare’s President and CEO Jennifer Sheets shares how the company is responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Providing Care at Arm’s Length
Providing Care at Arm’s Length
How can home health providers keep patients and caregivers safe during a pandemic, or even an ordinary flu season? Telehealth can help—but only if Medicare reimburses for virtual visits. Take a look at how things are changing on the virtual front.


What Will HME Look Like After the Crisis?
What Will HME Look Like After the Crisis?
HME providers are adjusting to new delivery and contact procedures to limit the spread of COVID-19, and revving up their supply chains to meet the demand for respiratory products and personal protective equipment. But what’s next for the industry when the crisis is past? Tom Ryan shares some thoughts.


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