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A Fast-Paced Year for M&A: 2021 Year In Review and a Look at What’s Next for Healthcare

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Take a deep-dive into post-acute M&A challenges of 2021 and discover what's in store as M&A takes the spotlight in 2022.

3 Ways to Enhance Home Health Medical Necessity Compliance for Therapy

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Developing, reassessing, and documenting toward therapy goals and current function are essential building blocks toward a necessary and comprehensive therapy care plan. Learn how to enhance your compliance.

Strengthen Clinical and Billing Processes for Review Choice Demonstration

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Review Choice Demonstration (RCD) has officially rolled out across five states (Ohio, Illinois, Texas, North Carolina and Florida). It is critical that home health organizations fully understand the requirements and recognize the impacts the demonstration has on the industry.

Home Health Value-Based Purchasing – A Marathon, Not a Sprint

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CMS officially ruled that Home Health Value-Based Purchasing is expanding to all 50 states effective January 1, 2023.

What Your Agency Needs to Know About Targeted Probe & Educate (TPE) Audits

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The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services reported the Targeted Probe and Educate program (TPE) program resumed after being suspended in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE). Here's what your agency need to know.

The Role of Hospice Attending Physician in Delivering Patient-Centered Care

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A hospice attending physician plays the most significant role in determining the type of medical care the patient receives as well as ensuring the patient is satisfied with the hospice's quality of care.

Home Health Checklist: Creating a Healthy Revenue Cycle

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A healthy revenue cycle is a must for any home health agency’s overall financial wellness. To  ensure your revenue cycle is in the best possible shape, use these four industry-proven revenue cycle management strategies.  

Resumption of Care: Common Situations

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A Resumption of Care (ROC) assessment is required any time the patient is admitted as an inpatient for 24 hours or more for other than diagnostic tests and returns to home care. Let's look at 3 separate scenarios.

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