Viaspire liquefier, oxygen remibursement cuts, liquid oxygen, respiratory needs
By Elisha Bury
The editors of Home Health Products’ sister publications, Elisha Bury
of Respiratory Management and Laurie Watanabe of Mobility Management, have each selected a product in their market segments that caught their attention. Here are their selections this month:
By Laurie Watanabe
By Wayne Stanfield
We must help politicians understand that we are part of the solution to the rising cost of health care, not the problem.
How to Select the Right Software for Your Business
Facing the diagnosis of COPD is only one of several factors that oxygen users have to endure. For many, there’s a sense of claustrophobia in using the equipment.
By Bob McCoy
Evaluating Delivery and Non-Delivery. In evaluating the differences of delivery vs. non-delivery oxygen systems, Bob McCoy of Valley Inspired Products, not only addresses the important service component in providing oxygen therapy, but also emphasizes the need for providers to document the benefits and positive client outcomes in order to help make the case for service to be reimbursed.
A pediatric power chair must work on a number of levels. It must meet medical needs as defined by rehab professionals. But it must also please its user, which means it must fit in on the playground, in the classroom and at home. In other words, a power chair also needs to be cool.
By Bently C. Goodwin
In order to make the accreditation process and compliance with the quality standards easier, software programs can help. The quality standards for accreditation require a vast amount of information to be tracked and documented, and having the right software can be instrumental for seamless business operations.
Amid the onslaught of the latest oxygen reimbursement cuts, along comes a product that elicits excitement and hope for a better tomorrow.
Respironics Inc. was the lead sponsor of the National Sleep Foundation’s (NSF) Drowsy Driving Prevention Week, Nov. 5-11. T
The VGM Group’s Shut Down the Switchboard day to support COPD and oxygen therapy, resulted in 33,000 hits to its Web site and 8,167 reported phone calls to Washington, D.C. from providers and beneficiaries.
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