Goldmine

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04/07/2009

In March, HME News sent out a best practices survey to its readers. The results of the seven-question survey—completed by 197 people, most of them providers— is a goldmine. Here's why: The questions were open ended, not multiple choice. That means, for each question,  we have dozens of insightful comments on everything from strategies for reducing service calls to improving efficiency.

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When asked about generating revenue in new, innovative or unexpected ways, for example, respondents commented:

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Delivery personnel are trained to work as "direct sales" staff. They're in the patients' homes and can suggest/offer products that would improve/help meet the their medical condition.

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(We place) orthotics at outpatient surgery centers/ TENS units at rehab centers; call CPAP patients for downstream supply revenue; and place nebulizers in pediatric offices with our paperwork and company folder. The revenue has been amazing (albeit) a bit seasonal.

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Come and get it.

Liz Beaulieu

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