Latest HMEB Podcast: The Washington Legislative Conference
A bonus episode of the HME Business Podcast interviews a variety of industry advocates from Capitol Hill to convey what is AAHomecare’s most substantial agenda to date, as well as captures the urgency of the event.
- By David Kopf
- May 28, 2019
A new, bonus episode of the HME Business Podcast recorded at the American Association for Homecare’s May 22-23 Washington Conference digs into the event’s packed agenda of legislative and regulatory objectives, and provide information on how all HME providers can help the effort.
HME professionals can download this latest installment, and subscribe to the HMEB Podcast via the major podcast platforms, such as iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.
In episode 008, HMEB Executive Editor David Kopf interviews a variety of industry advocates and senior AAHomecare staff about how the event set up more than 300 meetings in support of what is now the largest list of legislative and regulatory asks the association has ever brought to the Hill. Moreover, the episode digs into how providers that were unable to attend can still help the event.
In the previous episode, Morgan Dopplick, the Director of Connect Operations for Brightree, and Margaret Lindskog, the Director of Operations for ReSupply Live Call at Brightree, discuss how providers of more than sleep therapy supplies — for example, incontinence, diabetic supply, and enteral nutrition — can expand and optimize their resupply programs using business practices and technology to increase revenues and patient care.
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David Kopf is the Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy magazine. Follow him on Twitter at @postacutenews.