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IT is key for HME


The importance of information technology in today’s HME market cannot be overstated.

Who owns the home?

Friday, January 11, 2013

There seemed to be quite a bit of healthcare-related buzz coming out of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. This gigantic and glitzy show was more about technological advancements in TVs, computers and smart phones, of course, but it also included a Digital Health Summit on Jan.

Are you thinking clearly?

Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Jim Noland

Our first goal as business owners or managers is to bring clear thinking to our companies. Every day, ideas and decisions come from our desks that result in hundreds of ideas and decisions from the professionals in our organizations.

'We are heading into Round 2 lean and mean'

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Last month, as part of a Technology Special Report that HME News is putting together and that will appear as an insert to the September issue, I asked HME providers to tell me how they have used technology to change their businesses for the better.

Let me blog your ear off

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

My colleagues know that if I’m in the kitchen popping popcorn in the middle of the afternoon, I’m stuck on something (other than what to make for dinner—what do you think for tonight, black bean burgers?).

This afternoon, it’s this blog.

Marry your sales efforts with technology-driven marketing tools

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

You may have heard Eric Kline speak before at Medtrade, and you may have heard Lisa Wells speak before at our HME News Business Summit. They’re pretty familiar faces at industry events, after all.

But have you ever heard them speak together?

Medtrade: Don't miss change

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Three words sum up Clifford Schorer's advice for HME providers during the keynote address at Medtrade on Tuesday: "Don't miss change."

Dr. Bob Arnot says: 'This is the future'


Dr. Bob Arnot explains why he approves of technology that allows consumers to keep digital copies of their key personal information.

Komfort & Kare invests to save


The president of Komfort & Kare Home Medical and Mobility planned to install a wireless inventory system in January to automate the process and eliminate unpopular sizes and colors.

Men of action

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

I just finished writing two stories for our August issue about rehab providers that are using technology to improve their productivity.