Home Health Care News June 28, 2021
Robert Holly

“Choose Home,” major legislation designed to help more people age in place, is gaining momentum on Capitol Hill. There’s even a chance a Choose Home bill is introduced before Congress’s July 4 recess.

That’s according to National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) President Bill Dombi.

If introduced and eventually enacted, Choose Home would create a new payment pathway for providers using both medical and non-medical in-home care services to keep Medicare beneficiaries out of skilled nursing facilities. The legislation has plenty of supporters in both chambers of Congress and throughout each major political party, Dombi said.

To learn more, Home Health Care News sat down with Dombi for its latest episode of the “Disrupt” podcast. In addition to...

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