Home Health

This section contains important advocacy and regulatory information for nonprofit Medicare certified home health service providers reimbursed under Medicare Parts A and B, Medicare Advantage and the Veterans Administration. LeadingAge provides updates on funding and regulations that impact Medicare Certified home health, research reports released about Medicare Certified home health, and resources and information to assist not for profit Medicare Certified home health providers to operate quality services and remain financially viable in a competitive market.

 

  1. Where Do Aging Services Stand on Capitol Hill

    Overview Fiscal year 2018 began on October 1, but Congress has not passed a budget or appropriations bills for the new year. A continuing resolution enacted in September suspended the federal debt ceiling and kept federal programs in operation through December 8. The ...

  2. Bill Would Delay Home Health Payment Changes

    LeadingAge thanks Rep. Kristi Noem (SD-R) for introducing the Rural Home Health Extension and Regulatory Relief Act (HR 3992) that would ...

  3. Emergency Preparedness Moving Forward, LeadingAge Tells Aging Committee

    In the wake of nursing home resident deaths following Hurricane Irma, the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging held a hearing September 20, 2017 on Disaster Preparedness and Response: The Special Needs of Older Americans.  In his opening statement, the committee's Ranking Member, Senator Bob ...

  4. Work in Progress: Home Health Clinical Templates

    CMS continues to work on developing an electronic template, as well as the paper ...

  5. 2017 Survey Shows Cost Effectiveness of Adult Day Health

    Insurer, Genworth Financial Home-based services released their 2017 Cost of Care Survey that noted some interesting changes in payments for long-term services and support ...