Using Home Health Compare Data

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Anyone can use the data on Home Health Compare. Some people may move, or download, the data to their own computers, organize the data in a way that suits their special interests, and print and post reports online. In doing so, they may have lost or misinterpreted the Home Health Compare data. You should use Home Health Compare data that comes directly from www.medicare.gov/HomeHealthCompare. If you use Home Health Compare data from another source, you should check with the individual home health agency to make sure the information is accurate.
Source: medicare.gov

Medicare Provider Utilization and Payment Data

CMS has released a series of publicly available data files that summarize the utilization and payments for procedures, services, and prescription drugs provided to Medicare beneficiaries by specific inpatient and outpatient hospitals, physicians, and other suppliers. These Medicare Provider Utilization and Payment Data files include information for common inpatient and outpatient services, all physician and other supplier procedures and services, and all Part D prescriptions. Providers determine what they will charge for items, services, and procedures provided to patients and these charges are the amount that providers bill for an item, service, or procedure.
Source: cms.gov

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