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Stick to your kitting

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09/26/2014

ATLANTA – Looking to sell your business? Is now a good time? In the HME industry, there are no easy answers. At Medtrade, in a session entitled, “The Great What If?

Know what you're trying to accomplish

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09/26/2014

ATLANTA – Many HME providers want to diversify their product lines, but it’s no secret that many aren’t quite sure how best to go about doing it.

More audits are coming, more audits are coming

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02/21/2014

If you’re hoping to hear positive signs at Medtrade Spring that audits might be abating, then you’ll likely leave Las Vegas disappointed. 

Exhibitors tout Spring's intimacy

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02/21/2014

LAS VEGAS – The Medtrade fall show is a crush of hustle and bustle as swarms of attendees crowd around the booths and block the corridors.

Spring show keeps it simple

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02/21/2014

The Medtrade Educational Advisory Board (EAB) is taking the KISS approach to seminars for Medtrade Spring—Keep It Simple, Stupid.

Education in depth: Deciphering the 6-4-18 code

There is meaning behind the cryptic seminar name
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01/24/2014

Medtrade Spring organizers are so fond of the numerical sequence 6-4-18 that they are bringing it to the show at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, March 10-12.

Lean in success

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01/24/2014

“Lean management” is a phrase oft-used in businesses across sizes and industries, but it’s more than just a buzzword. Rather, going lean takes a from-the-top commitment to analyzing each of your processes and eliminating waste wherever you find it.

Medtrade Spring offers 'a dose of inspiration'

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01/24/2014

LAS VEGAS – Medtrade Spring may not be the magic bullet that makes all the HME industry’s troubles go away, but it does provide some much-needed relief from the stress and anxiety of today’s frantic business climate, says Show Director Kevin Gaffney.

Business operations: Get perspective on valuation

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02/26/2013

There’s often a wide gap between what an HME provider thinks his business is worth and what an investor will actually pay, according to Craig Hittle of Somerset CPAs.

Tap into cash sales

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02/26/2013

Pat O’Brien recalls an old episode of The Cosby Show in which Dr. Huxtable goes to buy a car in a sloppy sweatshirt and jeans so the salesperson wouldn’t know he has money and would give him a better price. “That’s what people do,” says O’Brien.

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