WASHINGTON, March 13, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare – a coalition of home healthproviders dedicated to improving the integrity, quality, and efficiency of home healthcare for our nation's seniors – today applauded the full confirmation of Seema Verma to serve as the Administrator for the Centers for
"The Partnership fully supports the confirmation of Ms. Verma as CMS' next Administrator and stands ready to work with her to implement patient focused policy solutions that reduce regulatory burdens and increase access to home healthcare services," stated Keith Myers, Chairman of the Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare. "Ms. Verma's experience in the healthcare field as well as her impressive leadership background make her uniquely poised to strengthen the Medicare home health benefit."
The Partnership echoed this sentiment in a letter to the Senate Finance Committee and underscored the value of home healthcare to the overall healthcare delivery system in a letter sent to Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, MD last month.
Nationwide, 3.5 million Americans receive the Medicare home health benefit which is widely regarded as clinically advanced, cost-effective and patient preferred.
The Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare was established to assist government officials in ensuring access to skilled home healthcare services for seniors and disabled Americans. Representing community- and hospital-based home healthcare agencies across the U.S., the Partnership is dedicated to developing innovative reforms to improve the quality, efficiency and integrity of home healthcare. To learn more, visit www.homehealth4america.org. To join the home healthcare policy conversation, connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and our blog.
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SOURCE Partnership for Quality Home Healthcare
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