Quickly Implement Federal-Compliant Protocols
Developed from decades of healthcare industry experience, MMS has created several comprehensive programs to assist your organization with quickly implementing federally compliant protocols for key concerns in the HME industry.
Home Medical Device Retail Policy Templates
Home Medical Equipment Policies and Procedures
Available Millennium Management Services:
Home Ventilator Program ($595)
More companies are providing care of a patient on ventilators in the home setting. Long Term ventilator management requires home medical equipment providers comply with the accreditation standards and the AARC Clinical Practice Guidelines for Long Term Invasive Mechanical Ventilation in the Home. This protocol includes comprehensive policies and procedures to include everything from marketing your ventilator services to training qualified clinical staff, caregivers and other ancillary services. This protocol was established using the most current Clinical Practice Guidelines for Long Term Invasive Mechanical Ventilation in the Home and reimbursement requirements.
Apnea Monitors and Phototherapy Units ($195)
Home apnea monitors are portable machines used to monitor a baby’s heartbeat and breathing in the home setting. These monitors are used for infants who may have persistent apnea, reflux, a history of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, SIDS. Phototherapy is commonly used to treat jaundice in newborn. Jaundice occurs typically when there is a buildup of bilirubin. This protocol includes comprehensive policies and procedures to train qualified clinical staff and parents/caregivers.
Sleep Support ($195)
Home Medical Equipment Providers should establish a foundation for a Sleep Support Program, to include CPAP, Bi-Level, Auto-PAP’s and noninvasive ventilation. Your program should identify symptoms of sleep apnea and training of staff and patients. This protocol includes comprehensive policies and procedures for compliance with accreditation standards. This protocol also addresses Medicare reimbursement guidelines.
Bloodborne Pathogens ($195)
This program evaluates infection control and bloodborne pathogen exposure issues in your organization.
Tuberculosis Control ($195)
Provides a program for tuberculosis education and protection within your organization. This protocol also includes training for all at risk staff.
Disaster Plan ($95)
Comprehensive program for establishing an emergency preparedness disaster plan. Include areas to comply with Medicare Quality Standards and other accreditation organization standards.