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Category Archives: Legislation/Reform

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Where Did Therapy Go? Why Do Knees And Hips Only Need...

If I asked your agency the question in the title to this article, what would the answer be? The reality is that once PDGM came and therapy thresholds disappeared, a hard look at care planning was going to be needed by a whole lot of agencies. Now,...

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Are You Utilizing CMS COVID 19 Flexibility Or Is It Business...

On September 20, 2020, CMS updated the COVID-19 Emergency Declaration Blanket Waivers for Health Care Providers that dates back to its initiation in March of this year. The waivers add flexibility for agencies as we deal with the health emergency in...

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Did You Jump On Board With Medicare COP Changes Or Just...

When the Medicare COP changed in 2018, it was assumed that the industry fell in line with regulation changes. However, as a national consulting agency, Kenyon Homecare Consulting found this untrue. There seem to be agencies that misunderstood the...

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The Dream For The Future of Home Health Care

Recently I have the privilege of presenting at the annual conference for Kinnser Software. My presentation topic was “Surviving and Thriving in the Midst of a Paradigm Shift.” The evidence is clear – we are in the midst of something never...

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A Physician’s View On Preventable Readmissions

A recent New York Times article, entitled Most Dangerous Time at the Hospital? It Might Be When You Leave gives a doctor’s perspective on the causes for readmissions.  I’d encourage you to read the full article, but here are some high...

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Hospital Preferred Provider Agreements: Expert Advice For Home Care

As Elizabeth Houge, our esteemed colleague and well-known health care attorney explains in this article, hospital Preferred Provider Agreements continue to be misunderstood. But, many hospitals refer patients on a regular basis to post-acute...

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