Round one has given providers some insights on what they need to do to prepare for Round Two.
With today's funding cuts, the data generated by HME software can show you your strengths, as well as where you might be able to cut and save some precious operating dollars.
Now that the standard power mobility business has been turned upside-down, what can providers do to transition to a new business model?
HMEs must find ways that they can increase efficiency for their delivery operations. Fortunately, there are a couple key technologicalsolutions at hand that can help them.
Helping patients comply with compression therapy requires understanding, application, comfort, appearance and price.
Dedicated software systems help provider become masters of efficient billing and claims processing.
Newly diagnosed diabetes patients need lots of assistance to ensure compliance. How can providers give it to them?
Whatever the reason for renewing accreditation, now is the time to start preparing to ensure the process goes smoothly.
For patients that spend their days in mobility devices, they must have the right cushion.
CPM machines are considered advantageous for post-surgical treatment. How can providers help ensure the best results.
As the needs for home access increase, savvy providers need ways to tap into this burgeoning segment.
As more and more people fit the definition of being obese, the increase in the need for bariatric equipment rises as well.
Today’s HME MSOs have evolved to offer much more than just group purchasing. How can providers make the most of their memberships?
Pre- and post-payment audits are plaguing providers, and there are some key things they can do to shield themselves.
The population of bariatric patients is increasing, and so to is the need for providers to sell mattresses that prevent and help treat wounds for patients that spend a good deal of time in bed.
With the rental cap, audits and competitive bidding, providers need to closely examine their businesses to bolster margins.
As POCs have gained acceptance and usage — sometimes as a primary oxygen device — the need to ensure patients truly understand their devices is essential.
Patients are providers' best political ally. Here are some ways to mobilize them.
Now more than ever, providers must pursue cash sales. What are some key elements of a smart retail business?
Debt ceiling debate puts HMEs in perilous spot.
CMS is overstepping — to HME’s benefit.