Here’s a list of the top 10 reasons that home health claims submitted to CGS in the month of June were rejected or returned to provider.
The data show the average number of visits per 30-day period broken down by discipline for the last year.
These tables show the percentage of 30-day periods of care that fell into each of the comorbidity adjustment categories and functional impairment levels for 2020.
In 2020, more agencies than ever before listed caregiver shortages as an extreme threat to their business, according to the 2021 Home Care Benchmarking Study. The survey from Home Care Pulse included responses from 800 providers.
Scores for the five Home Health Care Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Provider Systems (HHCAHPS)-based measures have remained stable over time in HHVBP states versus non.
This table shows the national averages for key outcomes for those agencies participating in the Home Health Value Based Purchasing demo versus those agencies that weren’t in performance year 2019.
The most common medical review denial reasons for agencies that submitted claims to CGS from January through March 2021.
Nearly 200,000 of the 1.14 million Medicare beneficiaries hospitalized with COVID-19 were discharged to home health through March 20, 2021, according to the Medicare COVID-19 Data Snapshot.
Nearly two-thirds (64% of 55.3 million beneficiaries) say their provider offers telehealth, up from 18% before the pandemic.
Half of home health coders are also responsible for quality improvement and OASIS review, according to the 219 respondents to Decision Health’s annual salary survey.


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