As providers fight to maintain their cash-flow they still need to purchase expensive DME. Fortunately, they have HME-specific financing at their disposal.
How providers can develop marketing plans that ensure they will not only retain their existing patient base, but ensure they expand their customers in 2010.
How this management technique can improve efficiency, reduce repetitive work, eliminate barriers, and improve process flow and cut fat and waste from every HME.
How providers can take advantage of a number of enhanced business services available to them for low- to no-cost from DME manufacturers.
How professional education can help HME staff and management provide the best service possible, while ensuring proper regulatory and certification compliance.
Providers are used to doing a lot by themselves: processing claims, delivering DME, servicing, maintaining compliance, working with referral partners, etc. Fortunately, there are a number of firms offering a variety of services to help HMEs manage their money.
As regulations continue to tighten the grip on the Home Medical Equipment industry, providers are looking for tools to stay compliant. Enter Virtual Compliance Officer.
HMEs have secured a significant delay to PECOS, but High Noon still looms.