Special Edition of HMEB Podcast Explores Ways to Expand Resupply
For episode 007, Two resupply experts explain how providers can apply lessons learned in sleep therapy to resupply programs in categories such as incontinence, diabetic supply and enteral nutrition.
- By David Kopf
- May 01, 2019
A new, special episode of the HME Business Podcast is now online and digs into HME categories besides sleep that can benefit from enhanced resupply programs, as well as how providers of those items and services can apply best practices learned by sleep providers.
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 007, 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.
In the previous episode, industry legislative expert Cara Bachenheimer of industry law firm Brown & Fortunato and General Counsel to the American Association for Homecare, offers key details on Round 2021; how providers should prepare; and a new educational site to help them. Also, AAHomecare President and CEO Tom Ryan and NCART Executive Director Don Clayback discuss their organizations’ upcoming events.
The HMEB Podcast examines important HME news, trends and developments, and regularly interviews industry experts to find out how HME provider owners and operators can run efficient, profitable and growing businesses while providing service and care that cements lasting patient and referral relationships.
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David Kopf is the Publisher and Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy magazines. Follow him on Twitter at @postacutenews.