Rep. Zeldin (R-N.Y.) intro’s H.R.3229 to prevent competitive bidding-derived pricing from being applied to CRT accessories.
Market will grow from $2.56 billion in 2014; U.S. one of 10 key markets that will drive growth.
Latest CMS report shows per capita health spending increases at historically low rate.
Study: reports patients in Round One of bidding saw disrupted access to supplies; coincided with increased number of hospitalizations, deaths.
Fiftieth anniversary events include June 29 panel discussion with HHS Secretary and other speakers, as well as various local and national events.
Study funded by Philips shows readmissions for COPD patients dwindled when non-invasive ventilation is part of a patient management program.
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In a marketplace where providers are looking for retail opportunities, compression reaches a variety of patient groups with a much-needed cash sales product. Better yet, the U.S. compression market will grow from $1 billion in 2012 to $1.6 billion in 2019, at a CAGR of 6 percent. How do providers tap into this opportunity?
There are many cases in which a provider will expand into a new product category, and with that category it must satisfy a variety of requirements, including accreditation.
While there might be an accreditation requirement to do so, documenting patient satisfaction, simply makes good business sense, because it give provides with the kind of information they can use to improve outcomes and win over referral partners.
MSOs play a much broader role in the HME industry than group purchasing. With an MSO, a provider can leverage educational services, webinars, conferences, networking opportunities and a multiplicity of other benefits.
Given that the application of CPM devices is post-surgical, and sometimes immediately after surgery, while the patient is in the hospital, the key for providers finding success in providing CPMs comes down to ensuring that the service meets the post-surgery needs of the physician.How can a provider start to create these relationships?
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