Plus: What to watch in DME fraud enforcement
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HomeCare Now
March 23, 2020


Emergency Paid Sick Leave Signed into Law
President Donald Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act into law last week. The law provides paid sick leave to both full- and part-time employees of private companies with fewer than 500 employees. Read the whole story.


AAHomecare Seeking Coverage Policy Changes
AAHomecare has asked the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to enact Medicare coverage policy and documentation requirement changes to help home medical equipment (HME) suppliers treat patients during the COVID-19 outbreak. What you need to know.



Industry News
How One Provider is Responding to Coronavirus  
OnTerra Systems Offers Providers RouteSavvy Software Free Through June 30  
ICYMI: CMS to Allow Additional Surety Bond Info Submission by March 26  
The Latest on the Coronavirus Crisis for Your Business  
More News  


White Paper sponsored by Prochant
White Paper Sponsored by Prochant
2021 & Beyond: From Surviving to Thriving
Learn how a forecasted 20% Medicare payment increase will affect HME providers and what model is right for each business.
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White Paper sponsored by McKesson
White Paper Sponsored by McKesson
10 Retail Best Practices for HME Providers
Whether you’re introducing cash sales into your reimbursement business or working toward an all-cash model, retail success starts with understanding its best practices.
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What to Watch in DME Fraud Enforcement
What to Watch in DME Fraud Enforcement
The scrutiny DME suppliers face from payers and law enforcement is real. Allegations of fraud can arise from what may appear to be legitimate transactions. Recent cases point to the increasing scrutiny the industry is facing, and it’s no longer a question of if, but when you will be investigated. Here’s how to prepare.


Technology is Shifting Aging in Place
Technology is Shifting Aging in Place
In the area of connected health care, technology is catching up to a need that has long existed, enabling health care to be delivered seamlessly and holistically across multiple settings. Three key factors are contributing to the expanded use of remote monitoring technology for elder care from a distance. See what the factors are.


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