WASHINGTON – A businessman at heart, it doesn’t sit well with Tom Ryan that AAHomecare’s membership numbers have been flat for the past three years.
WASHINGTON – AAHomecare last week launched a new initiative to help stop the nationwide rollout of competitive bid pricing slated for Jan. 1.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., is finalizing legislative language to soften the blow of the national roll out of competitive bidding slated for Jan. 1, according to AAHomecare.
WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders say, despite slow progress, the reintroduction of an audit reform bill is still a “high priority.”
They had hoped to see Rep. Renee Ellmers, R-N.C., drop the bill this spring.
WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has named Ashley Plauché to the newly created role of manager of government affairs. She will manage three association councils and provide support on government relations initiatives.
WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders are pushing hard on multiple fronts with a nearly five-week summer recess looming in August.
WASHINGTON – It may be broad, but there’s a lot for HME providers to feel good about in the audit bill that cleared the Senate Finance Committee last week, says AAHomecare’s Kim Brummett.
WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has announced new officers and board members who were elected during the association’s Washington Legislative Conference.Elected officers for 2015-2016 are: John Letizia, Laur
WASHINGTON – HME stakeholders have accomplished the first of two goals in their bid to reform Medicare’s audit program.
YARMOUTH, Maine – Beth Ludwick has issued a call to action to providers: Start tweeting.
“Twitter has changed from a marketing ‘nice-to-have’ to a marketing ‘must-have,’” said Ludwick, senior director of communications for AAHomecare.
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