Outlining DME Policies & Procedures for Now — and the Future

As providers work to remain competitive and successful in a constantly changing post-acute environment, they must still maintain accreditation. How can they bridge both worlds? One accrediting organization has developed a solution.

HME providers and accrediting organizations share a common dilemma: Providers must fill new and unique care segments and rapidly take advantage of market opportunities while facing a constant flood change management challenges. And throughout this, those same providers must still maintain accreditation.

So how do accreditation standards become similarly flexible to help providers remain strategic? In the latest episode of the HME Business Podcast, Jackie King, director of accreditation for Community Healthcare Accreditation Partners (CHAP), and Dan McPhilemy, senior vice president of marketing and business development, discuss how their organization has developed a new approach to bridge both of those worlds.

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In the previous episode of the HME Business Podcast, Michael Lorenz, vice president of resupply software for Brightree, joins the podcast to describe the technology behind no-touch resupply, how it radically refines workflows, and what kinds of business efficiencies and care benefits providers can reap through this innovation.

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About the Author

David Kopf is the Publisher and Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy magazines. Follow him on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/dkopf/ and on Twitter at @postacutenews.

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