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The Business Summit Sessions

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10/23/2012

I wrote a wrap-up of the HME News Business Summit (see page 11), but there’s still more I want to share.

It was that kind of event.

'This is your time:' Summit recharges providers

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10/23/2012

PITTSBURGH – Several speakers at the HME News Business Summit had the same take-home message for providers: “This is your time.”

Speakers give best business advice

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07/27/2012

Editor’s note: I sent an email to the speakers of this year’s HME News Business Summit asking them for their “best business advice.”  I thought it would be a good way to not only promote the Summit, but also put a face on this year’s excellent crop of speakers.

You wont be disappointed

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07/25/2011

The learning experience is second to none. If you're an owner or manager of an HME company, this education event is for you. Well present a look forward with fact-based presentations and real industry thought leaders to help you prepare your business for the future. For instance, you'll hear from a physician who's a nationally recognized advocate for care in the home. There'll be tips and insights from competitive bidding participants. Well reveal and interpret our most recent Financial Benchmark Survey data. You'll hear about what you're missing by not doing social media and then well give you tips on how to make it work in your company. And theres much more, including a session about reducing hospital re-admissions and a panel of leading M&A specialists who can help answer the question, should I buy or should I sell?

Live blogging from HME Business Summit: How do you measure up?

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Monday, September 13, 2010

Publisher Rick Rector just gave a shout out to this year's sponsors: Invacare, Philips Respironics, Dream Software, First Quality, Fastrack, QS/1, Brightree, Permobil, CPR+ and Medtrade.

First presentation: "How do you measure up? The 4th Annual HME News/SRA Financial Benchmark Study"

Headless DHS

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Friday, April 3, 2009

Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius probably won't be confirmed (or not) as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services until later this month, the New York Times reported today.

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