Providers need to advocate for themselves to ensure they understand what is at stake for providers and their patients, according to Jon Rawlson, founder and president of Armory Hill Advocates, LLC.
“I think hospice providers always need to be on the front lines of having conversations with members of Congress on how any type of change in reimbursement methodology impacts them,” Rawlson told Hospice News. “This should encourage them to have conversations at home in the district with members of Congress and congressional staff on a regular basis. And I think the smaller the provider, the more important that conversation.”
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Hospices Seek Engagement With Policymakers on Payment, Regulation