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Annual housekeeping advertorial

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Every year around this time, there are a lot of balls up in the air at HME News.

And to keep them all up there, we need your help juggling.

Be part of something bigger

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Friday, May 16, 2014

You’ll notice that a number of sessions at this year’s HME News Business Summit look outward for answers.

Post-acute buzz: Relationship vs. service marketing

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Friday, March 28, 2014

It’s a little too early to go into too much detail, but a big focus at this year’s HME News Business Summit, Sept. 7-9 in Minneapolis, will be post-acute care.

Not HME, but post-acute care.

Creativity can lift providers

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09/24/2013

A brain trust of HME providers met for the HME News Business Summit in September to discuss—not the obstacles of the moment—but the opportunities of the future.

Summit snapshots: Creativity can lift providers

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09/13/2013

ST. LOUIS – A brain trust of HME providers met for the HME News Business Summit last week to discuss—not the obstacles of the moment—but the opportunities of the future.

Snippets from the Summit

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Friday, August 16, 2013

I had two super interesting conference calls this week with the speakers for two panel discussions at the HME News Business Summit—one on big data; the other on life after the deal.

Private pay, miracles and the Summit

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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

We had a great response to a webcast on how to snag private-pay contracts on July 25—a real testament to how many HME providers out there are trying to diversify their businesses away from traditional Medicare.

Time to go big or go home

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06/21/2013

Industry stakeholders like to talk about how home medical equipment consumes such a small piece of the Medicare budget. I think the going rate these days is less than 2%. It’s crumbs, really.

Go big or go home

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Monday, May 20, 2013

Industry stakeholders like to talk about how home medical equipment consumes such a small piece of the Medicare budget. I think the going rate these days is less than 2%.

It’s crumbs, really.

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