Since 1997 Medical Necessities & Services had enjoyed consistent annual growth. David Baxter, the company's president, saw his business enjoy reliable cash flow for years and expand to five locations in Tennessee. However, in 2009 the HME/DME industry experienced significant changes nationally and locally. In a business where cash is king, Baxter suddenly faced declining revenue. He soon realized he did not have the right systems in place to thoroughly analyze his business and take quick action.
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Therapists speak out in an exclusive survey, highlighting industry challenges, a growing emphasis on sleep therapy and a sense that more change is inevitable.
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For the second year, Respiratory Management polled respiratory HME providers and therapists to get an inside look at their business operations and learn their perspectives on the state of the oxygen market.
In an RM exclusive survey, respiratory providers and therapists answered questions about how technology influences their business lives. Here are the results.
In April, Respiratory Management polled respiratory therapists to find out which HME industry topics are most important for respiratory care. From the answers given, RM built a profile of today's RT. In total, 221 readers responded.
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