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Stretch into long-term care, speakers advise providers


ATLANTA – HME providers are experts in caring for patients in their homes, so offering their services to residential care facilities should be a no-brainer of a business opportunity, a panel of speakers told Medtrade attendees on Monday.

Digest finds diversity among indie community pharmacies


ORLANDO, Fla. – Independent community pharmacies continue to strengthen and expand their scope of services, despite lower reimbursements for dispensing prescription drugs, according to the 2017 NCPA Digest, unveiled at the association’s annual convention, Oct. 14-18.

Do you have a strategy for diversification?


If not, you need one to assure your company’s future viability. The DME world has dramatically changed over the years and I don’t think anyone would argue against that fact.

Grow past the competition

Hospice: Do you have an edge?

WATERLOO, Iowa – For member groups like The VGM Group, the name of the game right now is helping their provider members grow like gangbusters.

The chronicles of southern California, part 2

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Diversification was the underlying theme of our visits today with MK Battery and Cramer Decker Medical. Take a hint from these two companies, HME providers: Now’s not the time to sit still.

Think managed care is the solution?

Friday, March 25, 2011

Industry consultant Alison Cherney says “everyone wants to get into managed care” these days.

The Scooter Store pursues life outside power mobility

Thursday, September 2, 2010

The Scooter Store announced today that it has created a home medical equipment division to complement its power mobility business.

Suburban limits exposure


Suburban Home Medical opens new location.

Robert J. Samuelson, "Lord of the Rings" and the end of the world as we know it

Thursday, February 25, 2010

I'm "working" from home today. I don't usually do that, but last week my wife and I took the kids on vacation to Arizona, and I caught the worst cold (or maybe it is the plague) of my life. That seems like some kind of perverse joke, doesn't it?