Plus: Industry answers the call for oxygen support
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HomeCare Now
May 4, 2020


Most HHAs Report Reduced Revenue Due to Pandemic
A survey conducted by National Association for Home Care and Hospice found that 85% of home health agency respondents have lost revenue during the coronavirus pandemic, mostly due to a decline in new admissions or because patients refused care. Find the rest of the results here.


AAHomecare to State Medicaid: Don’t Enact Cost-Cutting Measures
As states look to save money during the pandemic, AAHomecare is urging state Medicaid agencies not to cut reimbursement rates for home medical equipment. Doing so will create access issues, the advocacy group says. Read more now.



Industry News
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AAHomecare Accepting Nominations for Board of Directors  
NHIA Announces Lifetime Achievement Award Winner  
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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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Answering the Call for Ventilators and More
Answering the Call for Ventilators and More
Amid the ringing alarm bells, manufacturers have stepped up to the plate to provide the oxygen devices the country needs to help COVID-19 patients. Learn how the industry is responding to the pandemic.


Handling Business Uncertainty
Handling Business Uncertainty
Anxiety about current events can lead to careless decision making. A key factor in facing crises is to have a strong business strategy focused on your company’s core competencies that allows for flexibility and real-time adjustments. Read on for four keys to handling business uncertainty.


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