Power mobility products may be a higher end cash purchase, but this isn't stopping customers from paying out of pocket to get the features they want. Many patients are waiving their Medicare benefit due to the time it takes to obtain the extensive documentation, or because the funded features are limited. Instead, they are opting to buy better chairs for retail. How do mobility providers serve them?
Turnkey services providing functionalities such as enhanced inventory management, predictive ordering, warehousing and product delivery services are now supporting HME provider businesses. We take a look at how some of these services are helping HMEs drive down costs, increase convenience and expand revenues.
Providers will find manufacturers to be a ready and capable marketing allies in the vendors. Those manufacturers have a vested interest in their success.
What's in store for the HME market from 2017 and beyond.
Orthopedics offer a long-standing category that serves multiple conditions for multiple patients. Plus it delivers both funded and retail revenue.
HME legal expert Jeffrey Baird helps providers address key considerations when it comes to outsourcing.
A 100-percent retail mobility provider shares insights on how providers can take their retail mobility to the next level.