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Makers of innovative home-use dialysis machines will benefit from a newly proposed CMS rule that would qualify equipment for home-use dialysis for add-on Medicare payments.
Under a new proposed rule from the CMS, home health agencies could be reimbursed by Medicare for telemedicine services provided to homebound beneficiaries.
A coalition of health groups, medtech and telemedicine associations, and patient groups want the US Congress to permanently enact telehealth use reforms allowed only during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asymptomatic people in the US are receiving bills for COVID-19 tests they get for work or travel – and some are refusing tests to avoid the costs, senators tell health care agency officials.
Tens Of Millions Of Medtech Users Stand To Lose Device Coverage If Feds Succeed In Texas v. US Brief
Approximately 23 million US citizens now covered by health care exchanges will lose insurance for their devices if Trump administration lawyers are successful in their most recent efforts to make the ACA null and void.
Test kit and lab firms spent tens of thousands of dollars in the first quarter of 2020 lobbying legislators to win provisions in coronavirus protection laws to ensure COVID-19 diagnostics would be a top US legislative priority.