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NHIA pushes back on ASP


WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives on June 17 passed a bill that included a provision that would switch payment for Part B home infusion drugs to an average sales price model—a model that is unsustainable, say infusion stakeholders.

In brief: Gov’t announces historic takedown, GAO finds fragmented oversight of Medicaid


WASHINGTON – A nationwide sweep led by the Medicare Fraud Strike Force has resulted in charges against 243 individuals, including 46 doctors, nurses and other licensed medical professionals.

Report 'rehashes' savings proposal


WASHINGTON – A recent report from the Office of Inspector General that says CMS overpays for infusion drugs isn’t all that different from a similar report in 2013, say infusion stakeholders.

People news: Insulet, NHIA, NHIF


Insulet, manufacturer of the OmniPod Insulin Management System, has appointed Michael Levitz CFO starting May 4. He succeeds Allison Dorval, who has resigned to pursue other opportunities.

NHIA conference: Time to 'amplify' message


PHOENIX – With new legislation in hand, the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) says this year’s annual conference is shaping up to be a “crossroads event.”

Infusion stakeholders seek ‘headwind’ to push bills


WASHINGTON – The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) plans to turn up the heat this month on a new pair of bills.

NHIA releases updated coding standards


ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The National Home Infusion Association (NHIA) has released the 2015 edition of the NHIA National Coding Standard.

Lawmakers re-introduce home infusion bills


WASHINGTON – Stakeholders are back with new bills that seek to require Medicare to cover home infusion therapy.

Home infusion: Stakeholders arm themselves with data

“We are looking at any and all avenues’

WASHINGTON – The stars could align for the latest iteration of a bill to require Medicare to cover home infusion therapy, say industry stakeholders.

NHIA applauds, remains vigilant


ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Stakeholders were “pleasantly surprised” when external infusion pumps weren’t included in the Round 2 recompete, but they say they won’t let down their guard.