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Medicare Home Health Agencies: Certification Process Ineffective in Excluding Problem Agencies
Medicare Home Health Agencies: Certification Process Ineffective in Excluding Problem Agencies
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1997
Pages: 48
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788178911

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William J. Scanlon (ed). Addresses concerns about the rapid growth in the number of certified home health agencies (HHA) certified to care for Medicare beneficiaries & the effectiveness of the survey & certification process. Becoming a Medicare-certified HHA is relatively easy -- probably too easy, given the large number of problem agencies identified in various recent studies. This report determines how the Health Care Financing Admin. (HCFA): controls the entry of HHAs into the Medicare program, & ensures that certified HHAs continue to comply with Medicare’s conditions of participation & associated standards. Also looks at HCFA’s process for decertifying HHAs.

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