CQRC Applauds Competitive Bidding Reform in DMEPOS Proposed Rule

Washington, DC, July 12, 2018 –(PR.com)– The Council for Quality Respiratory Care (CQRC) – a coalition of the nation’s leading home oxygen therapy provider and manufacturing companies – welcomed the release of the “End-Stage Renal Disease Prospective Payment System, Payment for Renal Dialysis Services Furnished to Individuals with Acute Kidney Injury, End-Stage Renal Disease Quality Incentive Program, Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics and Supplies (DMEPOS) Competitive Bidding Program (CBP) and Fee Schedule Amounts, and Technical Amendments to Correct Existing Regulations Related to the CBP for Certain DMEPOS” Proposed Rule by…

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Joseph Nawa Promoted to Assistant Vice President at RT New Day

Hamilton, NJ, July 12, 2018 –(PR.com)– Joseph Nawa has been promoted to Assistant Vice President in the National Environmental and Construction Professional Liability Practice at RT New Day (formerly New Day Underwriting Managers LLC). For the past six years, he has worked diligently to manage the professional environmental and construction-related liability risks faced by RT New Day clients. "Joe is an instrumental member of our organization,” says Jeff Slivka, RT New Day’s President – National Environmental and Construction Professional Liability Practice. “His dedication and client service has been integral to…

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Kansas insurance company claim paid out after child knocks over $132,000 statue

Kansas City Insurance - YouTube Screencap of kids before knocking over statue

The child’s parents were required to pay for the broken artwork, but their insurer paid most. The Kansas insurance company has covered the parents of a boy who knocked over a statue worth $132,000. The video of the boy toppling the artwork went viral shortly after the incident happened. The video was used as evidence against the boy and the parents were required to cover the cost of the broken artwork. That said, their Kansas insurance company came through with a payment of $107,000 for the damage caused by the…

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Long-Term Care Insurance Companies Will Pay Out $100 Billion Over Next Decade Says AALTCI

Los Angeles, CA, July 12, 2018 –(PR.com)– Over the next decade, the nation's long-term care insurance companies will pay out over $100 billion in claim benefits projects the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTCI). "Insurers this year will likely pay out $10 billion in claims and that number will grow each year as more individuals begin to claim benefits from their policies," explains Jesse Slome, director of AALTCI. "The $100 billion is money individuals will not have to spend on needed home care or assisted living or skilled nursing…

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