All posts tagged "health insurance"

Four Sane Facts About Healthcare

Posted on Mar 07, 2017

With all the political vitriol swirling around healthcare and health insurance, it can become easy to lose sight of the actual facts of the situation.

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Who to Call When Something Goes Wrong With Your Homecare

Posted on Oct 31, 2016

Issues with healthcare - and health insurance - are extremely frustrating for you and for us!

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Four Questions You Should Ask About Your Health Plan

Posted on Apr 13, 2016

Health insurance plans can seem endlessly complex - and they are.

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Commonly Confused Healthcare Terms and What They Actually Mean!

Posted on Mar 21, 2016

Healthcare terms can make no sense sometimes. 

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These Four Big Changes to Medicare Will Affect Your Healthcare

Posted on Jan 11, 2016

A new year always brings new things: resolutions, a new number to write at the end of the date on every check, and, for our industry, new Medicare regulations.

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Have Questions About Your Homecare? Read These Articles Before Calling! 

Posted on Dec 28, 2015

Whether you’re a new patient or an old patient, chances are you’re going to run into something you don’t understand about your homecare at some point.

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How Your Homecare Gets Paid For Part 4: Who Sets the Rules For What We Can Give You?

Posted on Dec 16, 2015

Providing homecare has gone from being a very simple business to one of the most complex in the medical field. Between Medicare bidding contracts and reimbursement changes and increasingly complicated insurance regulations, the field has more intricacies now than at any point in its history.

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How Your Homecare Gets Paid For - Part 3: What We Need In Place to Get You Your Equipment

Posted on Dec 02, 2015

It should come as no surprise to anyone that’s ever had to go through a complex or even a simple healthcare procedure that paying for - and getting paid for providing - healthcare is a complex and confusing business. Miss one signature on one line, or if your doctor is late sending over an authorization document and you can be denied care while they figure out if you’re missing form PRS-B or PRS-B1A. Yeah, it’s not easy.

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