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AAHomecare president to depart

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03/21/2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tyler Wilson, president and CEO of AAHomecare, will leave the association in September 2013, when his employment contract expires.

Gorski leaves AAHomecare

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03/14/2013

WASHINGTON – Walt Gorski is leaving his post as vice president of government affairs for AAHomecare, the association announced in a bulletin to members.

NSC extends enrollment period

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03/14/2013

WASHINGTON – The National Supplier Clearinghouse (NSC) has extended the window period for HME providers to determine whether or not they want to change their enrollment status with Medicare, according to a bulletin from AAHomecare.

Industry pokes holes in bid program

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03/08/2013

WASHINGTON – A pair of planned Hill briefings and a “Dear Colleague” letter are turning up the heat on the HME industry’s fight against competitive bidding.

Patient care, not paperwork

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02/25/2013

WASHINGTON – Is there a way to make the audit process more efficient and effective for home medical equipment providers? AAHomecare is on a mission to find out.

Industry talks tough

'You have to fix this—not us'
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02/22/2013

WASHINGTON – The HME industry’s efforts to fight competitive bidding have taken on a new tone.

Competitive bidding: 'Everybody's in panic mode'

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02/15/2013

WASHINGTON – Although it’s too soon to gauge how many providers accepted initial contracts for Round 2 of competitive bidding, stakeholders say it’s likely that those who did, did so out of fear.

Associations make changes to drive growth

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01/25/2013

The year ahead promises plenty of challenges for the HME industry, so member organizations are taking steps to better prepare themselves.

For AAHomecare, one of those steps is increasing membership.

In brief: Industry holds on, Medicare bill revived

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01/25/2013

WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders continue to work behind the scenes on building support for the market-pricing program (MPP), but that’s about all they can say at this point.

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