Progress with Payors: From Commercial to Medicare + Recent Regulatory Updates
In this Talk Infusion webinar, learn about the first new home infusion HCPCS code in over 20 years, which is for injectable immunotherapies, and about NHIA's ongoing efforts to modernize the commercial code set. NHIA staff will also provide updates on recent and future engagement efforts with commercial payors designed to help health plans and their beneficiaries get the most out of home infusion services.
Get the latest on various regulatory updates, including transitioning policies with the end of the Public Health Emergency, Medicaid electronic visit verification requirements, new DMEPOS modifiers and their operational implications, the new IVIG services benefit and more.
Attendees will also receive updates on the latest legislative efforts to fix Medicare's Part B HIT benefit as well as an initiative from Moving Health Home to address additional legislative needs.
Talk Infusion 2023 Webinar Series Sponsored by McKesson.
President & CEO
National Home Infusion Association
Connie Sullivan, B.S.Pharm, is the President and CEO of NHIA. Sullivan has over 25 years of infusion industry leadership, management, and clinical practice experience. Sullivan is responsible for NHIA’s advocacy initiatives and developing resources that support the infusion industry to foster innovation and promote the delivery of high-quality care. Sullivan also oversees the National Home Infusion Foundation, a 501c3 devoted to infusion research and developing future leaders. Sullivan is a member of the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Sterile Compounding Expert Committee and currently Chairs the <797> Subcommittee. Sullivan earned her pharmacy degree from The Ohio State University in 1994.
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Sr VP of Reimbursement Policy
Bill Noyes is the Senior Vice President of Reimbursement Policy at the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA). He joined NHIA in 2012 as Vice President of Health Information Policy, focusing on reimbursement and regulatory issues affecting providers' ability to do business and collect payment for their services. Noyes sits on four Medicare Contractor Advisory Councils and is the liaison to NHIA's reimbursement-focused committees. He also works closely with the NHIA government relations team to gain more meaningful Medicare coverage for home infusion. He served as Interim CEO of the associaiton from July 2018 to November 2018. Prior to joining NHIA, Noyes spent 20 years as Vice President of Operations for a multi-state home infusion provider where he was responsible for purchasing, distribution, facilities, revenue cycle management, and pharmacy operations.
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