Plus: Watch for these audit areas after the pandemic ends
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HomeCare Now
August 3, 2020


Delay for Competitive Bidding Garners Congressional Support
A House sign-on letter endorsing a delay to the DMEPOS competitive bidding program has gained 101 signatures in the House. The home medical equipment industry is pushing for a delay to the program due to the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on reimbursement rates and other factors. Read more here.



Industry News
Vohra Wound Physicians Announces Nursing Scholarship  
New Survey from TENA Focuses on Intimate Skin Care  
AdaptHealth Adds Williams to Board  
ICYMI: Pennsylvania Declares HME Providers Eligible for COVID-19 Hazard Pay  
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How Incontinence Products Can Create Customer Loyalty & Recurring Revenue
How Incontinence Products Can Create Customer Loyalty & Recurring Revenue
Incontinence products are the third most important business category for home medical equipment providers, closely following mobility and oxygen/CPAP. Are you optimizing your sales in this $4+billion market?
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Help Us Honor Industry Heroes
Help Us Honor Industry Heroes
HomeCare Media is proud to introduce HomeCare Heroes, a special effort dedicated to demonstrating gratitude for the frontline workers in the industry who have gone above and beyond to help their communities. Help us learn who has made a difference.
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When the Emergency is Everyday Reality
When the Emergency is Everyday Reality
Who would have thought even six months ago that the entire country would be implementing emergency actions to deal with an emerging infectious disease outbreak? And yet, here we are. Now temporary emergency measures need to be formalized. Here's how.


7 Areas of Audit Concern
7 Areas of Audit Concern
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has issued temporary regulatory waivers and new rules during the COVID-19 public health emergency. Some of these initiatives directly impact the HME industry. Providers, however, should be prepared for post-COVID-19 audits. Here are some areas of concern to be aware of.


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