HHAeXchange reflects on the 2020 National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD) Conference’s themes of flexibility, innovation, and resiliency, and discusses changes and challenges to come in 2021.
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As payers redirect their focus from service delivery to patient outcomes, new reimbursement models have emerged to reward providers who can demonstrate an efficient, patient-centered care experience. To better understand the potential of homecare in the shift to value-based care, we spoke with two HHAeXchange executives.
New and updated regulatory waivers recently released by CMS will allow homecare providers more flexibility in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. These temporary changes will apply immediately across the U.S. healthcare system and will remain for the duration of the emergency declaration.
With 49 states and DC receiving approvals for GFE exemptions, there was clearly a universal need for additional time to implement EVV. HHAeXchange examines the main reasons behind states’ delays to EVV implementation in this blog post.
From the shift to value-based care to an increased focus on caregiver well-being, read on to learn more about HHAeXchange’s predictions for homecare in 2020.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently announced a simplified, outcomes-based approach to certifying Electronic Visit Verification (EVV) systems for Medicaid personal care and home health services. Read on to learn more about the new streamlined certification process.
Home care is one of the fastest growing industries today, with the demand for home health aides expected to increase a whopping 41 percent through 2026! Learn how you can prepare your agency for the future in HHAeXchange’s Home Care Agency Growth Roadmap.
Signed into law in December 2016, the 21st Century Cures Act’s purpose is to help bring new innovations and medical advances faster to patients who need them. Several of its provisions apply directly to homecare agencies. Here’s what providers need to know to prepare for the changes ahead and ensure compliance with the Cures Act EVV requirements.
The Cures Act includes a provision that allows states to delay implementation of EVV if they can demonstrate they have made a good faith effort to comply and have encountered unavoidable delays. Learn more.