Plus: New efficiencies through outsourcing
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Governor Ralph Northam has signed Virginia’s 2021-2022 budget containing an amendment requiring Medicaid Managed Care Organizations to reimburse home medical equipment providers at a minimum of 90% of the state’s Medicaid fee schedule starting July 1, 2021. The legislation passed earlier this year, but fiscal constraints from the COVID-19 pandemic caused the budget to lose funding. Read more here.
On Our Radar
As more states move to a managed Medicare model, home medical equipment providers could face changes coming their way. Are you prepared to make the necessary adjustments? This white paper will give you steps that will help you get ready for managed Medicare—and how to make sure you’re not losing business in the process. Sponsored by McKesson.
Find New Efficiences
Staffing issues plus continued reduction in reimbursements mean that billing and collections need to be analyzed and unnecessary touches eliminated. Because there are few tools available to diagnose root cause of a problem, this can be like finding a needle in a haystack. Read on to find out how outsourcing can help.
Be a Resource to Your Referral Sources
Many referral sources closed their offices during the initial days of the pandemic. Some are now open with safety protocols in place, including virtual meetings and no in-person visits. Here's more about how to maintain your relationships under these restrictions. Keep reading.
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