Don’t do it, they said. It’s too risky, they said.
And yet, Florida Medicaid officials went ahead and gave their business to Univita Health. All of it.
Less than a year later, Univita has collapsed and patients, providers and the medical community are left scrambling.
As the summer nears its end, I’m always excited to experience the HME News Business Summit.
Last week, I shared the first installment of words of wisdom from this year’s speakers at the HME News Business Summit.
It’s no great secret that the HME industry isn’t all rainbows and unicorns.
Well here’s an app we could have used in the offices of HME News world HQ this winter.
I asked this year’s slate of speakers for the HME News Business Summit what different avenues they think HME providers should be exploring, and what risks they should be taking.
Here’s how you can hit the sweet spot and other words of wisdom.
At the end of the day last Friday, a small group of United Publication employees gathered in Managing Editor Theresa Flaherty’s office to behold KFC’s new offering in the Philippines: the
If it’s summer in Maine, it means I’m in the throes of requesting, collecting and analyzing Medicare data sets for two upcoming projects: the annual update of our HME Databank (it happens Oct.
A new enforcement of quantity details on detailed written orders for enteral nutrition is manifesting in claim denials.
You may recall that two months back, I bought an old school pedometer rather than the sexier Fitbit. This was primarily because I already track blood sugar, carbs and insulin with the aid of a glucometer and a phone app.
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