Beating a Dead Horse

Pieratt, J.P.
April 2002
HomeCare Magazine;Apr2002, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p10
Trade Publication
Presents opinion on the action taken by U.S. federal and state governments to introduce rules and legislation for home medical equipment (HME) providers. Information on the Upgrade Provision in the Advance Beneficiary Notice; Use of the provision for HME providers.


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