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In brief: AAH honors champions, Philips Respironics snags gov’t contract

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09/26/2014

WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has named Cara Bachenheimer of Invacare and Joel Mills of Advanced Homecare as its 2014 Homecare Champions.

AAH honors consensus builder, passionate leader

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09/25/2014

WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has named Cara Bachenheimer of Invacare and Joel Mills of Advanced Homecare as its 2014 Homecare Champions.

In brief: Bills get bump, CMS touts MA plans

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09/19/2014

WASHINGTON – A legislative fly-in on Sept. 10 spearheaded by The MED Group and supported by AAHomecare resulted in 100 meetings with lawmakers.

DME MAC issues face-to-face clarification

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09/18/2014

WASHINGTON - The face-to-face requirement only applies to written orders for Medicare payment, according to a bulletin from AAHomecare.

Drive Medical becomes AAH corporate partner

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09/18/2014

WASHINGTON - Drive Medical is now one of AAHomecare's corporate partners.

Bills get bump from fly-in

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09/16/2014

WASHINGTON – A legislative fly-in on Sept. 10 spearheaded by The MED Group and supported by AAHomecare resulted in 100 meetings with lawmakers.

CMS: Audits, authorizations must be added to data warehouse

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09/11/2014

WASHINGTON – Contractors conducting pre-pay audits and prior authorizations are required to load that information into the RAC Data Warehouse, CMS has said in response to an AAHomecare inquiry.

AAH comments highlight NPWT code confusion

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09/11/2014

WASHINGTON – Commenting on code changes in CMS’s proposed CY 2015 Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System, AAHomecare says there is significant confusion among providers about the use of G0456 and G0457 with mechanical and electrical disposable NWPT devices.

AAH to CMS: ‘Withdraw proposed rule’

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09/04/2014

WASHINGTON – CMS should scrap its plans to expand competitive bidding nationwide and to implement bundled payments, AAHomecare stated in comments submitted to the agency on Sept. 2.

CMS modifies repair policy

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08/26/2014

WASHINGTON – It appears HME providers will now be able to repair equipment, such as power wheelchairs, without having to find the original medical necessity documentation from the original provider, AAHomecare reports.

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