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Crime doesn’t pay

Fraud and abuse account for up to 10% of U.S. healthcare expenditures.
What should you do if you suspect potential healthcare fraud or abuse?

Headlines from the Hill

Congress has reintroduced the Home Health Care Planning Improvement
Act, which would allow APRNs to order home health
services under Medicare.

Headlines from the Hill

ANA supports the Medicare Patient Access and Quality Improvement Act, which would repeal the Medicare sustainable growth rate and reform Medicare Part B payment

Issues up close

This article details how patients are affected by APRNs’ current inability
to order home health services.

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