Follow these three simple steps to improve
HME businesses embrace diversification in today's uncertain market
Electronic document exchange (EDE), including the electronic certificate of medical necessity, or e-CMN, has been inching through the HME pipeline for several years.
One of my favorite television commercials shows a professional woman at a business meeting. When the camera pans down, you see that she is sitting at her kitchen table in fuzzy slippers, looking at a computer screen.
What’s the One Product that can help you control your future? Your computer.
E-commerce, encompassing everything from electronic ordering to just-in-time inventory management, has improved supply-chain logistics in various industries--but not HME, at least not on a wide scale.
While it’s clear that information technology can improve the operations of any HME, the challenge is figuring out how to begin and where to spend your money.
A California Federal District Court has ruled that a supplier need only use a certificate of medical necessity (CMN) to provide information for the determination
Manufacturers of lifts, ramps and transfer devices spend a lot of time brooding over how their products coordinate with the other equipment used by home-based
Washington The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a regulation that could alleviate air travel headaches for those using portable oxygen concentrators.
The government's tight scrutiny of K0011 claims in Harris County (Houston), Texas, could ease, according to Steve McAdoo, associate regional administrator
Can you contemplate what would happen to our business if suddenly the government decided to cancel Medicare? I brought this topic up at a recent meeting
At least one person I know says that God created consultants on the eighth day so someone could tell us that there are bad ways to do good things. Cutting
Redding, Calif. It tells like a John Grisham novel. A small-town provider and a local lawyer with no legal experience in HME bring a case against the
HomeCare is accepting nominations for the magazine's 2004 HomeCaring Awards. Cosponsored by Medtrade, these prestigious awards honor those whose dedication
Tallahassee, Fla. As preparations for competitive bidding on Medicaid DME move forward in the Sunshine State, the program will have a new director. Tom