In terms of referral sources, skills and business assets, as well as reimbursement rates, orthotics and prosthetics has represented an alluring business opportunity for providers. But is its attractive funding situation changing?
HME providers have been on a roller coaster over the past few years. What's in store for them from a regulatory and business standpoint in 2014, and how should they shape their business strategies to survive and succeed?
Round Two is scary, but don't permit fear over competitive bidding to color your strategic planning. Your business has considerable value to offer. It's time to make that value known.
As a committed homecare provider, you have worked for many years to form the relationships that are required to encourage grass-roots political action. The next step is to make the ask. Here are four key action steps you can take to help the industry effort:
With audits and decreasing reimbursement levels diverting your attention, it can seem more and more difficult to keep the focus on providing the best in patient care, but there are things you can do and products you can add to your “fleet” that will improve your business while enhancing patient care.
Home access can get expensive and it’s not funded for the most part. What are some financing options?