A guide for cybersecurity in HME and home health
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HomeCare Thursday
June 28, 2018


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Medicare Coverage Reform?
“We are increasingly alarmed by the extent to which Medicare administrative contractors are adopting local coverage determinations from another jurisdiction as a backdoor approach to deciding what to cover. This cut-and-paste process transforms what should be a local coverage determination to a national policy without the benefit of the more stringent national process.” —From First Opinion at Stat.


New Emphasis on Medicaid Program Integrity
New initiatives to enhance the integrity of the Medicaid program were just announced. The program focuses on greater transparency, accountability, strengthened data, and innovative and robust analytic tools. Said Administrator Seema Verma, “As we give states the flexibility they need to make Medicaid work best in their communities, integrity and oversight must be at the forefront of our role.” Read more at HomeCare.



Patient Data Security
How to Improve Your Cybersecurity
Your clients care about their data—on paper and in the digital world. Industry experts weigh in on what the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal and the recent European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation mean for HME and home health business owners. Are you taking the right steps to protect your clients? Find out here.


Infection Control in Homecare
Infection Control in Homecare
Many older patients at risk for infections are receiving home health care services. Certain conditions such as diabetic wounds or surgical site healing, and certain services such as parenteral nutrition or tending to bladder and bowel needs, raise the risk of infections. The Columbia University School of Nursing invites providers to help develop best practices for infection control and prevention. Read more about the project and a new training program from the CDC and CMS.



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