YARMOUTH, Maine – With flu activity elevated nationally, HME providers are doing their part to stay healthy by hand washing, and wearing gloves and masks.
SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Modifying a home so its residents can age in place can be pricey, but Handi Medical Supply hopes a new approach will open up the option to more seniors.
SAN ANTONIO – Hope Medical’s January acquisition of Wheelchairs Plus is part of a strategy to keep pushing the company forward—including branching into complex rehab and orthotics and prosthetics.
These days, we are hard-pressed to find a provider who doesn’t want to vent about audits. From massive recoupments to a two-year wait for an appeals hearing, the system, say providers, is broken.
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HIGHLAND, Calif. – The staff at Palm Drug & Medical Supplies came up with an unusual solution to a common problem: to gain more exposure, they built a mobile showroom.
YARMOUTH, Maine – A pair of acquisitions that closed in January highlight the mindset of growing regional providers.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Dynamic Healthcare Services (DHS) has made its second buy in as many months.
ELIZABETH, N.J. — He may not be playing, but in the lead up to Super Bowl 2014, Ben Hertz touted his HME offerings using the Twitter hashtag #SuperBowl.
AUSTIN, Texas – Provider Brent Bradshaw has jumped into social media with both feet.
“We’re going for brand awareness,” said Bradshaw, president of Durable Medical Equipment Inc. “The whole point is to get people to come in.”
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Provider Mark Nicotera is fairly new to the HME industry and that’s probably why he’s not scared to turn his business upside down.
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Session 1: March 20th, 2014 at 12:00 PM
Session 2: March 27th, 2014 at 12:00 PM
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