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Appel HM. Moving toward PPS: The shift is upon us. 1998;5(2):35-37.

Barrell JM. Closing the gap: Providers learn strategies for holding down DSO. 2002;8(3):18-21.

Barrell JM. Denied: Medicare TPN claims challenge cash flow, industry. 2002;8(2):20-2.

Borfitz D. Professional services reimbursement: Can community pharmacists show us the way? 1999;6(2):23-7.

Borfitz D. Home infusion's future lies in distinguishing product from service. 1999;6(2):31-5.

Buehler M and Mock L. ICD-10 transition: Ready or not, here it comes. 2013;19(5):37-43.

Buehler M, DeQuaker A, Ewell M, Kluge S, Newton D, Patel D, and Wallace R. Drug reimbursement—getting it right is a team effort. 2016;22(5):34-41.

Chielli JJ. Know thy self...and thy payer. 1997;3(10):37-9.

Collins G. Medicare home I.V. drug therapy: Getting paid. 1994;1(1):44-45.

Counce J. Accurate intake: Protecting the revenue stream at its source. 2003;9(2):26-9.

Counce J. Lost in translation: Making the best of incompatible benefit structures in home infusion. 2004;10(2):14-8.

Counce J. Electronic success stories: Early leaders of electronic claiming reaping the benefits. 2004;10(5):16-9.

Counce J. Medicaid simplified: How standardization could streamline home infusion claims to Medicaid. 2004;10(5):28-31.

Counce JB. Home IGIV under Medicare: Patients still waiting for meaningful coverage. 2005:11(2):12-20.

Counce. Reducing DSO—Today’s tight economy makes this perennial challenge even more essential. 2010:16(1);32-6.

Counce J. Suzanne Pickelsimer and Haley Sutton: Dynamic duo of reimbursement cover revenue stream from intake throughout duration of therapy. 2012; 18(1):35-36.

Counce J. Competitive bidding: Taking a look back to better prepare for what's ahead. 2012; 18(1):13-19.

Counce J. Bruce Rodman to Retire from NHIA—Leaving Behind a Record of Productive Change for Our Industry. 2012; 18(2):4-6.

Counce J and Noyes B. Medicare competitive bidding and external infusion pumps: Cutting beneath the savings into quality patient care. 2013;19(5):29-34.

Counce J and Noyes B. Bringing the unicorn to life: Considerations for home and specialty infusion as accountable care begins to take shape. 2013;19(5):18-27.

Counce J. Medicare documentation: Best practices for reducing your risk of audit-related resource drain. 2014;20(2):18-26.

Counce J. ICD-10 implementation is back—and this time it's for real: Effective steps to minimize the risk of cash flow disruptions. 2015;21(2):21-25.

Dasher T. Heads up for the balanced budget act of 1997. 1998;4(4):45-46.

Dentino-Olson P. Getting it right the first time: Understanding the structure of Medicare Part B reimbursement for home infusion therapy.2008:14(2);24-7.

Dullea C. The right tool for the job. 2003;9(2):30-1.

Dobson A, Lamphere J, Koenig L, and Babcock J. Impact of proposed AWPs on the provision of home care drug therapies to medicare and medicaid patients. 2001;7(2):22-7.

Epstein D. An electronic claims standard for home infusion. 1996;2(6):16-20.

Flores K. AICs: What's your role in the most talked about delivery model? 1998;4(11):35-38

Franklin D. The medicare participation agreement. 1999;6(2):20-1.

Franklin DM. Benchmarking for performance. 2000;6(7):51-4.

Franklin DM. What's in a word? The unscientific investigation of "per diem." 2000;6(9):41-5.

Franklin DM. Medical code sets: The fundamentals. 2000;7(1):47-50.

Franklin DM. Organizing the work distribution in the infusion reimbursement department. 2001;7(3):39-42.

Franklin DM. Medicare reimbursement for TPN. 2001;7(4):42-6.

Franklin DM. The circle of life and health care delivery. 2001;7(7):43-46.

Franklin DM. The forest through the trees. 2001;8(1):44-6.

Franklin DM. Follow the new leaders. 2002;8(2):44-6.

Franklin DM. Patient collections Part I: The basics. 2002;8(3):52-4.

Franklin DM. Patient collections Part II: Finishing the task. 2002;8(4):50-2.

Franklin DM. Advanced beneficiary notifications: New regulations have significant implications for the infusion provider community. 2002;8(5):42-5.

Franklin DM. Hospital provider-based status. 2002;8(6):44-7.

Franklin DM. The dollars and cents of customer service. 2003;9(1):42-5.

Franklin DM. A practical guide to budgets. 2003;9(4):52-3.

Franklin DF. Common budgeting errors and core competencies. 2003;9(5):44-6.

Franklin DM. Cash management techniques. 2003;9(6):47-50.

Franklin DM. Reimbursement best practices: Part 1. 2004;10(1):45-7.

Franklin DM. Reimbursement best practices: Part 2. 2004;10(2):45-7.

Franklin DM.  Certificates of medical necessity Part 1: A historical perspective.  2004;10(4):49-51.

Franklin DM. Certificates of medical necessity part 2: Details of the documents as they exist today. 2004;10(5):42-7.

Franklin DM. Certificates of medical necessity part 3: Dealing with CMNs. 2004;10(6):42-6.

Franklin DM. ICD-10: Preparing for the massive change. 2005.11(2):45-7.

Franklin DM. CMS makes major changes to the Medicare appeals process. 11(4):47-50.

Franklin DM. Understanding hospital-based AIC payment under Medicare. 11(5):35-8.

Franklin DM. Winning your TPN appeal at the administrative law judge level. 11(6):44-6.

Franklin DM. In the beginning: The establishment of reimbursement for pharmacy-based services. 2006.12(2):35-8.

Franklin DM. Pricing pharmacy services. 2006. 12(4):39-43.

Franklin DM. Basics of home infusion reimbursement. 2006.12(5):40-43.

Franklin DM. What’s it worth? An exercise in the valuation of an infusion entity. 2006.12(6):42-5.

Franklin DM. Medicare Part D: The first year in review.2007:13(1);40-3.

Franklin DM. The art of intake.2007:13(2);40-2.

Franklin DM. Revolution!2007:13(4);39-24.

Franklin DM. Post-payment audit strategies.2007:13(5);40-2.

Franklin DF. Pharmacy and Medicare Part B: A brief overview.2007:13(6);41-4.

Franklin DM. M.B.A. in a Box. 2008;14(5):42-5.

Franklin D. Guardians of care: Why the Medicare home infusion coverage act should be passed. 2008.14(6): 48-51.

Franklin D. An innovative Approach to Claims Rejection Management. 2009:15(1);42-5.

Franklin D. Operationalizing Complex Therapies: A Business-Focused Approach. 2009:15(2);48-51.

Franklin D. The art of intake: Tune up your processes to avoid downstream problems and maximize profitability. 2012; 18(1):28-34.

Franklin D. A systems approach to revenue cycle management. 2014;20(1):31-37.

Freeman NM and Fletcher GW. Accounts receivable financing-A means to stability and growth.

Giglone L and Brajdic S. Making a dent in DSO: Provider’s conversion to electronic claiming contributes to bottom line. 2004;10(5):21-3.

Goodwin B.. Increasing productivity in your reimbursement department. 2006.12(2):14-7.

Hanna M. Choosing a billing service. 1995;1(4);46-47.

Hessler M. Getting there with electronic claiming: How close is your organization? 2005. 11(4):20-6.

Hindes R, Winkler C, Kane P, et.al. Outpatient intravenous antibiotic therapy in Medicare patients: Cost-savings analysis. 1995;2(1):33-40.

Hoffman P. Prospering under PPS. 1997;3(11):23-8.

Hyland E. Assessing the impact of physician completed CMNs. 1995;2(1):7-8.

Hyland E. Providing enteral nutrition to Medicare nursing facility patients. 1995;2(2):53-54.

Hyland E. Out with the old, in with the new. 1995;2(3):39-40.

Kaplan LK. What's new in Medicare reimbursement for home infusion services. 1997;3(10):27-30.

Kaplan LK. Collective negotiation: An idea whose time has come. 1999;5(11):10-13.

Kaplan LK. Recognition and reimbursement for infusion professional services: A roadmap for the association. 1999;6(2):43-8.

Kaplan LK. Home infusion coding and claiming: Big changes are in the works. 2000;7(1):40-1.

Kaplan LK. HIPAA, HIEC, and home infusion claiming and coding: Questions and answers. 2000;7(1):42-5.

Kaplan LK. How to use the new HCPCS home infusion codes. 2002;8(2):24-8.

Kaplan L. Patient safety under the new Medicare prescription drug benefit. 2006:12(1):26-31.

Keenan JM. Care management reimbursement to physicians may improve utilization of home care. 1994;1(3):5-7.

Lancaster D. The clinician’s role in infusion reimbursement.2008:14(2);21-3.

Lima HA, Bass SG. Financial and reimbursement considerations for home infusion information systems. 1997;3(5):33-37.

Lugli J. Why, oh why did my claim deny? Drilling down on denials for resolution and continuous quality. 2016;22(5):22-26.

Lugli J. Your reimbursement department: How many staff do I need and how do I get the most of them?207:13(4);29-32.

Lugli J. The era of post-payment audits: Documentation is still critical to Medicare reimbursement—even if the claim has been paid. 2012; 18(1):20-26.

McDonald B, Brajdic S, Veydt L, et al. Managing Medicare DSO. 2006. 12(5):23-31.

Moore K. Home infusion A/R management: Objectives and strategies. 1995;1(5):35-37.

Morita-Chan L. Choosing the right enteral formula. 1998;4(7):21-29.

NCPA. APHA, NACDS. Implementing effective change in meeting the demands of community pharmacy practice in the United States: A white paper. 1999;6(2):43-8.

NHIA.  Consolidating home infusion therapy coverage under Medicare Part B could save the Medicare program millions of dollars in 2006. 11(6):37-8.

NHIA and NAIT join forces to fight deep enteral formula cuts. 1998;5(3):32-39.

Noyes B. Take into account recent guidance when billing for external infusion pumps. 2016;22(5):18-20.

Noyes B and Counce J. Medicare Competitive Bidding marches forward—The program continues to evolve with the release of new proposed regulations. 2014;20(5):28-32.

Noyes B and Counce J. Medicare IVIG demonstration project—What you need to know. 2014;20(5):42-44.

Noyes B. The devil is in the details of the detailed written order new stream of Medicare denials prompts providers to rethink claims strategy.INFUSION.2015;21(5):18-23.

Noyes B. An increasing slice of the payer mix pie.INFUSION.2015;21(5):14-16.

Payne L.  Understanding physician AIC payment changes under Medicare. 2005. 11(2):37-40.

Payne L. Tips on billing Medicare for denial: Right tool for the job. 2006. 12(4):20-3.

Pomis J.  The high cost of turnover: Hazardous to the health of your reimbursement department. 2004:10(2):20-4.

PricewaterhouseCoopers.  Pay for performance’s small steps of progress.  11(6):27-31.

Rigas M. Patients in need—Leveraging patient assistance programs to ethically improve access to care. 2010; 16(6):17-23.

Rodman B. Reimbursement Issues on the Horizon. 2008;14(5):40-2.

Rodman BE and Counce J New research documents per diem cost of providing home infusion therapy. 2006.12(2):23-6.

Rollins G. Medicare+choice: Coming soon to your market. 1998;4(10):41-44.

Rollins G. Information system wish list: Providers speak out. 2000;6(5):23-5.

Rollins G. Prompt payment laws: A new weapon in the managed care struggle. 2000;6(9):21-4.

Rollins G. The Medicaid AWP challenge: Providers respond. 2000;7(1):36-.9

Sadock JM and Rose MS.  When you’re in business…You’re in the collections business. 2006. 12(6):17-9.

Schabert VF. Keeping a bird in hand: A business perspective on managing for unscheduled hospitalizations in home infusion. 2003;9(6):28-33.

Schaeffer C. Third-party billing. 1999;5(7):21-24.

Seibert Zelle P. Physician license verification: Simplifying the process. 1996;3(2):40-43.

Sheets J. You got the contract—but do you want it?  2003;9(5):34-6.

Sullivan B. An average sales price (ASP) primer. 2006.12(2):18-21.

Tanguay P. Financial fundamentals for home infusion therapy: Part 1. 2003;9(1):36-9.

Tanguay P. Financial fundamentals part 2: Spend time on the details. 2003;9(2):20-4.

Tanguay P. Financial fundamentals part 3: Organizational indicators of financial health. 2003;9(5):22-8.

Thomas-Payne L. Medicare denial can still mean payment. 1994;1(3):45-47.

Thomas-Payne L. Those confusing, maddening, but necessary forms (CMNs). 1996;2(4):49-53.

Thomas-Payne L. Getting ready for Medicare's new pump policies. 1996;2(5):53-55.

Thomas-Payne L. Pharmacy licensure: The talk of the town. 1996;3(3):49-50.

Thomas-Payne L. Faxing medical documentation. 1997;3(5):55-6.

Thomas-Payne L. Know your assignment rules-or else (Part 1). 1998;4(9):13-14.

Thomas-Payne L. Know your assignment rules-or else (Part 2). 1998;4(10):13-14.

Thomas-Payne L. Cash and patient care: The perfect marriage. 1999;5(12):39-41.

Smith C. Sharpening up your coding. 1997;3(10):77-8.

Tortorici M. Maintaining profitability: Pointers for sharpening your operations. 1996;2(6):21-23.

Ussery C. Champus and home infusion. 1994;1(2):45-47.

Ussery C. Don't be "decapitated". 1995;1(6):46-47.

Ussery C. Clarifying accounts receivable. 1997;3(11):39-40.

Ussery C. Risky business: Managing receivables. 1998;5(2):15-16.

Van Pool K. Home infusion and the 113th Congress—A legislative update. 2013;19(4):12-17.

Van Pool K. ASP pricing for Medicare Part B infusion drugs. 2015;21(4):14-16.

Virdee P. Contracting with managed care payers: Focus on profitable, collectible business. 1999;5(11):20-3.

Weber P. Providers and payers will soon be speaking the same language: Electronic claims under HIPAA. 2003;9(4):16-20.

Wright R. Intake: it's all in the start. 2016;22(5):29-32.