BARCELONA, Spain – CPAP patients who received follow-up phone calls were 10% more compliant, according to a French study.
WASHINGTON – Lawmakers from Tennessee and Ohio have written to the Office of Inspector General (OIG), urging the agency to thoroughly investigate Round 2 of competitive bidding in their states.
TRENTON, N.J. – Providers here were shocked and dismayed to learn that they were losing part of their incontinence business to Medline.
RALEIGH, N.C. – Thousands of prior approvals for Medicaid patients here are backed up as industry stakeholders and state officials struggle to iron out problems with a new billing system.
WASHINGTON – Now that fall has officially begun, the HME industry’s collective eye has once again turned to the timeline for the Round 1 re-compete.
WASHINGTON – AAHomecare’s newly resurrected Audit Task Force has developed a multi-pronged approach to fighting audits.
WASHINGTON – Growth in U.S. healthcare spending over the next 10 years will be modest in comparison to historical trends, according to a Sept. 18 report from the CMS Office of the Actuary.
WASHINGTON – Enrollment in Medicare Advantage (MA) plans is expected to increase for the fourth year in a row in 2014, with only slight increases in premiums expected.
WASHINGTON – Congress returned to work last week to a heavy docket: the debt limit, Syria and, for the HME industry at least, competitive bidding.
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