AAHomecare’s Code of Business Ethics has been developed to highlight and promote the high standards practiced by homecare providers.
The Code also incorporates current guidance and compliance standards as outlined by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as well as other regulatory and legal requirements relevant to home medical equipment companies.
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The Code of Business Ethics has been adopted by the AAHomecare Board of Directors. By adopting this Code, HME providers agree to promote and encourage ethical business practices in all of their interactions using the following core principles to guide conduct:
AAHomecare’s revised Code expands into important new areas including:
AAHomecare and its members have worked with Congress and CMS to encourage ethical business practices and socially responsible conduct. This Code of Business Ethics is intended to help the HME sector advance these efforts.
This Code will help companies maneuver the land mines of compliance plans in health reform. Through education, outreach and action, AAHomecare is committed to leading the home medical equipment sector in advancing the highest ethical standards.