Products & Technology
By David Kopf, Leila McNeill
Providers face two pivotal trends: retail sales and a growing volume of online HME purchases. For providers looking to capitalize on the expanding e-commerce market for HME, we profile 10 categories that are performing the best and round up some of the latest offerings in those categories.
Special Focus on Portable Oxygen
By Holly J. Wagner
How can respiratory providers help their long-term oxygen therapy patients travel?
While respiratory providers typically focus on Medicare's 36-month rental, there is also a short-term rental market. Entering either requires solid planning.
By David Kopf
Planograms represent a critical element in providers' merchandising strategies. However, they are often underutilized. How do planograms help sell? What goes into an effective planogram? How can providers start integrating and implementing planograms into their showrooms?
What factors need to happen in order for remote patient monitoring to become an ubiquitous care technology for oxygen provider and patients?
The proposed rule includes a lot of positives, but experts have pointed out some notable issues.
By Leila McNeill
What should providers know and how should they prepare before transitioning to an e-prescription system?
By Sunil Krishnan
Three ways advanced KPIs and analytics can help HME providers increase their profitability
By Tom Ryan
How do providers approach e-commerce? It starts by picking from three basic business models for HME e-commerce.
Sleep providers must closely monitor the marketplace to see what new devices and related products are available. Here are some of the latest offerings.
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