Regulatory Compliance
05/27/2021
After the CDC recently reduced its mask requirements for people fully vaccinated from COVID-19, employers are asking about possible changes to their own mask and vaccination policies.
05/20/2021
Agencies will have to carefully document exception requests when facing penalties for filing a late RAP.
05/20/2021
Agencies looking to grow revenue and address quality scores can start with reviewing and addressing missed visits, either due to the patient or clinician.
05/20/2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) announcement that people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can shed their masks in many settings, including indoors, no doubt came as welcome news to mask-weary workers, but employers are warned not to relax rules too quickly.
05/13/2021
The U.S. Department of Labor’s decision to withdraw the independent contractor rule developed during the previous administration means businesses looking forward to an easier justification of contractor status need to think again.
05/06/2021
Agencies looking to grow beyond traditional Medicare fee-for-service should consider additional opportunities to expand into Medicaid home and community-based services.
05/06/2021
Industry experts were surprised by the absence of one code they were expecting in CMS’ FY2022 ICD-10 proposed code update.
05/06/2021
It’s important to conduct ongoing training and mock social engineering exercises to avoid dangerous threats to your organization.
05/06/2021
As more and more organizations bring employees back on-site, continue to be aware of COVID-19 and what it means for employers and staff.
05/06/2021
The new version of the Home Health Emergency Access to Telehealth (HEAT) Act introduced in the U.S. Senate on April 22 has industry leaders hopeful for action this session, but a change to the law will likely come with conditions.

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