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Don't let the folksy veneer fool you, Heartland means business

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Thursday, June 15, 2017

James Rogers is not just here for the party. Oh yeah, he likes the parties: the hog roast, Fiesta in the Heartland.

“You’ve got to go, it’s lots of fun,” he tried to convince me (I do not like parties. There, I said it).

SBA, CMS to attend Heartland session

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05/26/2017

WATERLOO, Iowa – Representatives from CMS and the Small Business Administration will participate in panel discussion at the VGM Heartland Conference in June.

In brief: Data shows sharp decline, Invacare cleared for re-inspection

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04/28/2017

WASHINGTON – Nearly 41% of HME providers have dropped Medicare since July 2013, according to AAHomecare.

That was when Round 2 of the competitive bidding program kicked off in 91 cities with an average reimbursement cut of 45%.

VGM ready to retail

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04/28/2017

WATERLOO, Iowa – VGM has leased a retail storefront to create a Retail Training Lab at the upcoming Heartland Conference. Located across from the convention center, the 1,100-square-foot showroom will feature healthcare products and display ideas.

Heartland Conference announces keynote

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03/16/2017

WATERLOO, Iowa – Kevin Lacz, a former Navy Seal, will deliver the keynote address at this year’s VGM Heartland Conference, June 12-15. Lacz’s presentation, “A Morning with Kevin Lacz: Risk vs.

Finding the calm, raising a toast, searching (fruitlessly) for postcards

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Did you know that if you hold a session called “Women & Wine” men automatically know it’s not meant for them?

What’s your 12,365?

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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Imagine if you never forgot a person’s name ever again? How much easier could that make your life? That was the talk at today’s opening session at Heartland 2016.The session was called “Welcome to Your Brain” and it was about training your memory.

In brief: O&P stakeholders add bill to arsenal, AAH and VGM book keynotes

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04/29/2016

WASHINGTON – Rep. Renee Ellmers, R-N.C., has introduced a bill that would halt CMS’s plans to make dramatic changes to coverage for prosthetic devices.

In brief: Round 2 cuts add up, CGS readies transition

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04/01/2016

WASHINGTON - Reimbursement rates will decrease, on average, 7.1% when the Round 2 re-compete kicks off July 1, according to an analysis from AAHomecare.

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