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Get the right info, right now! - January Newsletter 2nd edition

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HCLN Session #1 Recording

Follow this link to sample the Home Care Leadership Program.  This is session #1 with Roshunda Drummond-Dye   January HCLN Session   To Purchase - Click Here    

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Happy New Year - Are you protected?

Leadership assistance to protect your revenue in the new year....read more here...- http://eepurl.com/Mmz2H

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News Flash Roshunda Drummond-Dye, JD

More news from CMS via Roshunda Drummond-Dye our first leader in Home Care Leadership Network   http://eepurl.com/LX2Uz

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Preparing for 2014 - Need to Know Dates

Check out the latest K & K Newsletter   Preparing for 2014 - Need to Know Dates - http://eepurl.com/LD1lr

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Error in CMS Regulation Anouncement

Why Read the Regulations?   In light of the Jimmo v. Sebelius decision, Medicare has made updates to the regulations to clarify that the “improvement standard” is not the criteria for covering skilled care. Transmittal 175 was issued on December 6, 2013 with an effective date of January 7, 2014. This will impact inpatient rehabilitation, skilled nursing [...]

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Preparing for a Revenue Protected 2014

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PPS 2014 Final Rule – Was Your Voice Heard?

PPS 2014 Final Rule – Was Your Voice Heard?   Every year when the proposed PPS rules are released there is a surge in discussion about the future of home health. PPS 2014 promised significant payment reductions over the next four years compounded by the mandatory rebasing process. Anxiety about how many agencies might close and how [...]

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Reassessment: Documentation Expectations

 Reassessment: Documentation Expectations What am I Supposed to Document?   Once the process of counting is for the reassessment mastered, the issue of documentation expectations remains. There is a terminology challenge that cannot be overlooked. We are required to complete “reassessments” not “re-evaluations.” There is a very real and significant difference between the two. Re-evaluations focus on collecting [...]

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