We climb the second rung of the ROPE (Rule Overload Prevention and Elimination) Ladder by teaching our operational systems and the that shape our systems
Those who know Joan Cross would call her anything but If you're quiet, you're not going to get anything, says the co-owner of Bradenton, Fla.-based C&C
Leisure-Lift Scout Explorer with Equalizer Tilt tilt-in-space system; 50 degrees of tilt with integrated or external control 16-inch seat height (pan
Woburn, Mass. PolyMedica, parent company of diabetes supply giant Liberty Medical Supply, has finalized a $35-million settlement to end a government probe
In its final regulation on the Medicare physician fee schedule for 2005, issued Nov. 3, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced
Doubling profit is not only achievable, but it is essential for most providers. In fact, some providers will even need to triple their profit. Why? The
Orlando, Fla. While providers attending Medtrade 2004 said they are worried about next year's DME reimbursement cuts, many also said they are ready to
The numbers are staggering. Statistics show that millions of Americans are affected by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) the fourth leading
Bellingham, Wash. The customer isn't always right. At least that's the message Tim Johnson, president of Global-Med Specialty Medical Equipment, said
Baltimore In early November, Medicare announced $57 monthly and $80 quarterly dispensing fees for inhalation medications in 2005, erasing much uncertainty
CMS is planning a demonstration to test models of care management for high-cost Medicare beneficiaries. Hospitals, physician groups and integrated delivery
Baltimore CMS announced an interim wheelchair cushion fee schedule in October that initiated substantial reimbursement cuts for certain cushion codes.
The 2004 HomeCaring Awards were presented in October at Medtrade in Orlando, Fla. Front (l to r): Award recipients Ron Richard of ResMed, Bill Lewis,
Are you seeking a competitive advantage in your market? Of course you are. Well, here's one that won't cost you any money, but it might help you earn
Houston After letting go 400 employees in the past year, The Scooter Store announced last month it is moving out of Houston's Medicare power wheelchair
Washington CMS has released its much-anticipated 2005 DME fee schedule, which includes reimbursement cuts less than many industry observers had feared.
Baltimore CMS has awarded contracts to eight companies to perform second-level appeals of denied fee-for-service Medicare claims. Part of an overhaul