California Exemptee Training – for home medical device retailers

California Exemptee Training – SkillsPlus International Inc.

About Our Class:

  1. This course is $525 per student.
  2. This course is accepted by the California Department of Public Health – Food and Drug Branch.
  3. This is a web class. After completing registration, check your email for the URL for the class and the enrollment key. If you do not see the email after 10 minutes, check your SPAM or JUNK mail folder.
  4. Students review pre-recorded presentations covering the required content for certification.
  5. Following each presentation the student takes the final exam. Students may review the content of any section as many times as they want. Students may take the exam for each section as many times as needed to get a passing score (85%). Students get instant feedback on test performance.
  6. When you pass all the topic exams, click on the appropriate link at the bottom of the page, to request the documentation appropriate for the agency the student is applying to.
  7. Training Certificates for Exemptees are sent to the address provided at the end of the course via FedEx Express Service every Monday morning, unless a different schedule is indicated in the web room entry page. Oftentimes we send out certificates on a daily basis.
  8. The class is $525 per student when registered through Cvent, a secure online booking service. There are no additional fees unless you choose to add FedEx Overnight Delivery, or lose or misplace your certificates and need reprints.

Objectives:

The applicant must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:

  1. Dangerous drugs and devices
  2. Distribution of controlled substances
  3. USP Storage conditions
  4. The safe storage and handling of home medical devices
  5. Quality Control Systems
  6. Prescription terminology

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At Least 2.5 Million Home Health Patients Using Medical Equipment Vulnerable to Natural Disasters – HomeHealthCareNews

““Health care trends suggest that 2.5 million number is just going to continue to grow as more people opt to age in place,” Marriele Mango, lead author of the study and resilient power fellowship program associate for Clean Energy Group, told HHCN. “In the end, energy security just isn’t there for them in the way that it is in a nursing home, assisted living home or a hospital.”

In the event of a natural disaster, lack of energy security can be fatal.”

Read the full source article:  At Least 2.5 Million Home Health Patients Using Medical Equipment Vulnerable to Natural Disasters – HomeHealthCareNews.com

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Budget neutrality dampens certain oxygen reimbursement | HME News

Budget neutrality dampens certain oxygen reimbursement | HME News

“These additional cuts for home oxygen therapy are certain to impact providers and patients in rural and other non-CBA areas,” stated AAHomecare in a bulletin. “Since CMS has repeatedly made it clear that they do not believe they have the statutory authority to address the budget neutrality offset, the HME community needs to make this a priority for advocacy efforts in the 116th Congress.”

Read the source article: Budget neutrality dampens certain oxygen reimbursement | HME News


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Medicare Accounts for 16% of HME Spending — HME Business

“Another data point shows just how greatly Medicare’s importance as a revenue driver for HME has dropped. In addition to Medicare’s 16 percent share, Medicaid accounted for 15 percent of HME spending, and all other sources, such as private payer and retail sales, represented 68 percent of HME spending.”

Read The Full Source: Medicare Accounts for 16% of HME Spending — HME Business


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Training program for California HMDR Exemptee license applicants

Training program for California HMDR Exemptee license applicants