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  • Leveraging Accreditation Compliance for Operational Excellence

    Join us to find out how to maintain accreditation compliance and incorporate accreditation quality standards into your day to day practices.

  • The HME Business May DemoCast

    Take a stroll down an aisle of our virtual expo hall via the HME Business DemoCast. Join us for several five- and ten-minute-long home medical equipment product and information videos followed by Q&A with some of those vendors.

  • Special Spring Product Launch DemoCast

    Join us to see compelling new products and services in a single online event with several five and ten minute video demos of the products and services your patients and referral partners need.


  • HME Business Podcast

    Outlining DME Policies & Procedures for Now -- and the Future

    Jackie King and Dan McPhilemy of Community Healthcare Accreditation Partners (CHAP) discuss how their organization has developed a new approach to bridge both worlds of trying to fill new and unique care segments as well as rapidly take advantage of market opportunities.

  • HME Business Podcast

    Common Accreditation Site Survey Pitfalls and Corrective Action Plans

    Matt Gruskin, credentialing director for the Board of Certification and Accreditation, points out regularly occurring site survey issues that can be easily prevented, and also discusses how providers can deal with corrective action plains, as well. If you want to have your accreditation ducks in a row, this episode’s a must-listen.

  • HME Business Podcast

    The Rise of the Value-Based HME

    Founder and CEO of The Compliance Team Sandra Canally, RN, is seeing some serious pent-up demand in the marketplace. Pair that with new services and capabilities that HME providers started offering to contend with the pandemic, and we could see the rise of what Cannally is calling the value-based HME business. What does that mean for you? Listen and find out.

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