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Hello, I am new here. I am in the process of planning my own business, either home care (private duty) or care manager (I just became aware of this title; is anyone familiar with it?). I read in... Read More

  1. Visit  kelmkids3 profile page
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    I tried filling out the application but it asks for business name? What do you put if you want to work independant?
  2. Visit  jenniferahrosen profile page
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    Can a Registered Nurse in any state apply for a NPI #? I am currently living in Tennessee and am having difficulty determining if I can get reimbursed like this here. If anyone has any information regarding this I would greatly appreciate it!
  3. Visit  p2of8 profile page
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    Hello. I have put my application in to be a private duty nurse as a Medicaid Provider in OH. I am told it is taking 90-120 days to get your Medicaid Provider ID number. If anyone has information that will be helpful/informational, I would appreciate it very much. It was good seeing other peoplethat are interested in this and hearing what they are saying! Thanks.
  4. Visit  Jenn55e profile page
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    Quote from jenniferahrosen
    Can a Registered Nurse in any state apply for a NPI #? I am currently living in Tennessee and am having difficulty determining if I can get reimbursed like this here. If anyone has any information regarding this I would greatly appreciate it!
    If you google Tennessee private duty nurse, a tennessee.gov web site pops up:

    http://tennessee.gov/hsda/news/APPLYC~1.PDF

    Hopefully, you can find answers to your questions at the above link.

    Are you making headway getting your NPI #?
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  5. Visit  Ashton&AverysMommy profile page
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    I'm a M/M provider in Wisconsin. Here our rate of pay is $21.xx/hr for an LPN, and $32.xx/hr for RN. Does anybody know what the rate of pay is in Illinois? I have looked all over and can't find a job board for Illinois patients.

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