COVID-19: CMS Allowing Hospital-Level Payments For Home-Based Care
The goal is to relieve pandemic-related overcrowding at hospitals
The US Medicare agency is letting ambulatory surgical centers and patient homes be reimbursed as in-patient hospitals for patient care purposes during the pandemic.
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