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A pending notice on the Federal Register’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) website quietly appeared this week announcing the launch of the reemergence of Pre-Claim Review (PCR) for home health agencies in certain states. The document, which outlines plans for PCR in Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina, Florida, and... Keep Reading
Each day more and more baby boomers reach the age where they either leave the workforce or require care in their home. Sometimes, both of those things happen at the same time, and that puts pressure on healthcare providers. Research from the Health Resources and Services Administration shows that the... Keep Reading
To better serve our clients, Axxess has implemented a process to provide even faster communication and support. In addition to the online help center that provides round-the-clock answers and video tutorials for all users on-demand, each client now can designate up to four “super-users” to directly engage with the Axxess... Keep Reading
The Home Health Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HHCAHPS) survey impacts the bottom line of home health agencies substantially, by attracting referral sources and value-based reimbursement.  It is imperative that organizations understand the HHCAHPS survey, and work on improving each measure to maximize long-term growth and sustainability. Careful Listening... Keep Reading
Home health nurses are some of the hardest working people in the industry and they deserve the acknowledgement that comes during National Nurses Week. As dedicated as we are, I have been a nurse for 27 years and understand that there are some weeks you need to pick up a... Keep Reading
The Home Health Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HHCAHPS) patient engagement survey impacts the bottom line of home health agencies substantially by attracting referral sources and value-based reimbursement.  It is imperative for organizations to understand the HHCAHPS survey, and work on improving each measure to maximize long-term growth... Keep Reading
Axxess’ rapid growth in market share among home health agencies over the past seven years is due to a purposeful strategy that cultivates innovation every day. Managing our in-house engineers using an Agile-SCRUM development process, the engineering team operates with shared values associated with what we call the four A’s... Keep Reading
The Home Health Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HHCAHPS) patient engagement survey impacts the bottom line of home health agencies primarily by attracting referral sources and value-based reimbursement. It is imperative for organizations to understand the HHCAHPS survey, and work on improving each measure for maximizing long-term growth... Keep Reading
The Home Health Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HHCAHPS) patient engagement survey impacts the bottom line of home health agencies primarily by attracting referral sources and value-based reimbursement.  It is imperative for organizations to understand the HHCAHPS survey, and work on improving each measure for maximizing their organizations... Keep Reading
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently issued a report focusing on patient lists provided by home health agencies to surveyors as part of the Medicare compliance process. The OIG conducted a review of the patient lists provided by home health... Keep Reading
Home health agencies across the United States are desperately seeking a solution to a national nursing shortage. The nursing shortage is making it more and more difficult for agencies to recruit and retain enough licensed nurses and professionals to care for the ever-increasing patient load, despite nursing being one of... Keep Reading