YARMOUTH, Maine – It’s only been a month since CMS rolled out draconian reimbursement cuts across the country, but HME providers have begun playing hardball.
WASHINGTON – CMS’s efforts to reduce improper payments have saved nearly $42 billion, according to a new report.
I blogged last week about the significant drop in the number of allowed beneficiaries for some of the most popular DMEPOS products starting in January of 2016.
This is what it must be like to work in the HME industry.
In the same day (today), I received an email from a provider that exemplifies all that is wrong with the HME industry, and another that exemplifies all that is right.
First the wrong.
I had a provider email me this week who was asking if we could use our trusty HME Databank to show how the competitive bidding program has affected access to home medical equipment.
WASHINGTON – CMS has revised the look-back period for overpayments from 10 to six years, according to a final rule issued Feb. 11.
WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders are shifting gears in their fight against Medicare’s competitive bidding program.
WASHINGTON – CMS has posted a new data set that provides information on more than 385,000 physicians and other healthcare profession
WASHINGTON – The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has found that CGS Administrators made Medicare payments for diabetic test strips when beneficiaries had not exhausted previously dispensed supplies.
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