HME Handbook: Accreditation
Adding new service categories means meeting new accreditation requirements. How should providers approach this process?
HME Handbook: Home Access
Falls pose a significant risk to seniors trying to continue living independently in their homes; how can providers help eliminate the risk of them?
HME Handbook: Incontinence
Properly serving incontinence patients requires professionalism, care, discretion and understanding, but how do providers effectively turn those ideals into real action within their businesses?
HME Handbook: Software
There are several key performance indicators providers should track, and today's HME software systems offer various tools to help them do it.
HME Handbook: Women's Health
Post-mastectomy products can be the most difficult to provide, but providers that do can truly help this important patient group turn the page on an extremely difficult life experience.
HME Handbook: Compression
Compression offers a chance to expand revenues serving both existing and new patients, but there are a variety of key considerations.
HME Handbook: MSOs
Are you taking your MSO membership for granted? There are a variety of services offered by HME member services organizations, and providers should maximize their use of them.
What happens when the next reimbursement cut comes? And the next? Providers must think longer term when it comes to their relationship with Medicare.
Engaging in positive thinking can truly advance HME's legislative aims.
Improve billing efficiencies, staff effectiveness, patient relationships.
The depth and breadth of sleep therapy devices continues to expand. What are some of the latest offerings?
ResMed's new AirMini offers sleep therapy patients a go-anywhere solution. But packing a lot in a little required some creativity.