Plus: Getting the most out of your remote recruiting efforts
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This year, the federal government reviewed some $4.5 billion in fraudulent claims and tackled one of its largest anti-fraud actions connected to suspect Medicare claims, according to a new report from the Justice Department on health care fraud and abuse. Read more about the 2020 takedown effort. 
Two U.S. representatives have introduced legislation to prevent any cuts to Medicare reimbursements for health care providers during the COVID-19 public health emergency. H.R. 8840 would continue a pause of 2% Medicare sequester cuts until the pandemic ends. Read more.
COVID-19 Update
Knowing how to talk to patients and customers about finances can make the difference between them getting care or walking out the door. Here are four steps for managing the payment discussion with emotional intelligence—and how to get your team on board—from Patty Casebolt, the chief quality officer at Medical Eye Center in Medford, Oregon. Sponsored by CareCredit.
5 Ways to Get the Most From Remote Recruiting & Interviewing
Online interviewing and virtual job fairs have become recruiting and hiring tools for many home health agencies and home medical equipment companies. But online-only meetings can hinder your ability to make real connections and and can hide subtle cues about a candidate’s personality. Read on for tips to improve your hiring.
Reflecting On 2020 With HME Leaders
The pandemic shifted focus for many businesses, including home medical equipment providers. Employees started working from home, customers stopped coming to stores in person, and training and networking events went virtual. What didn’t change was the need for advocacy at the state and federal level. Read what members of the AAHomecare State Leaders Council had to say.
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