Providing outpatient services in the home has been a rapidly expanding field of practice. Practitioners in this area provide traditional outpatient services, caregiver training, home modifications, and much more. There are many ethical and legal considerations that must be considered when providing private-practice therapy in the home. This session will provide attendees with accurate information on how to provide home modifications and outpatient services through Medicare Part B coverage.
- Learning Objective 1: Identify Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services guidelines regarding billing Medicare Part B in the home, including general guidelines for Stark Laws, merit-based Incentive Payment System, Advance Beneficiary Notice of Noncoverage forms, nonpharmaceutical interventions, and CPT® codes.
- Learning Objective 2: Identify practice areas for Medicare Part B in the home, including traditional private practice, aging in place, home modifications, and so forth.