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  • I’ll call the home-care agency and give them a heads-up about Kendra.

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  • But nurses, physician's assistants, behavioral health providers, home-care practitioners, emergency medical services, long-term care providers, post-acute providers, federally qualified health centers, rural health centers, rehabilitation hospitals and cancer centers were excluded from participation in parts or all of the program.

    The Center for Public Integrity: Excluded groups want in on health information technology funding

  • Among those lobbying anew with lawmakers and rule-writers are groups representing behavioral health providers, rural health centers and home-care practitioners.

    The Center for Public Integrity: Excluded groups want in on health information technology funding

  • In an internal draft report prepared last year and reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, auditors from the state Medicaid inspector general's office claimed the company inflated Medicaid payments by billing for home-care services that weren't performed or weren't authorized by doctors as required by law.

    State Probing Overbilling of Medicaid

  • State auditors are investigating whether Visiting Nurse Service of New York, a $1 billion home-care company, overbilled the Medicaid program.

    State Probing Overbilling of Medicaid

  • A majority of the physicians said they had no input into the amount of home-care hours requested by Visiting Nurse Service, according to an internal memo.

    State Probing Overbilling of Medicaid

  • The organization runs a nursing home, provides home-care services and develops affordable housing projects with 541 employees and 150 volunteers, according to its 2009 tax filing.

    Troubled Charity Gets Funds

  • The New York Inspector General's office is investigating the leak of a state audit of a $1 billion home-care company, according to individuals familiar with the probe.

    State Hunts for Audit Leak

  • That draft report claimed that Visiting Nurse Service inflated Medicaid payments by billing for home-care services that weren't performed or weren't authorized by doctors as required by law.

    State Hunts for Audit Leak

  • According to labor union officials, about 70,000 home-care workers in New York City—about half the total employed—aren't covered by the city's living-wage, now set at $10 an hour plus benefits.

    Savings Plan Isn't All Savings

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