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Prochant launches metrics white paper

March 22, 2019HME News Staff

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Prochant, a provider of HME billing and outsourcing services, has released a white paper, “Are You Tracking the Right Metrics?” to help providers track metrics that are critical to success. The paper suggests using industry-standard key performance indicators (KPIs) such as days sales outstanding, 90+ A/R, payment rate, and write-off rate allows providers to measure and track what is most relevant to their decision-making process. “The KPIs shared in our new white...

Home Medical Equipment, metrics, Prochant


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Lab Tactical launches online academy

February 20, 2018HME News Staff

ATLANTA - Lab Tactical Consulting has launched LabTac Academy, a collection of online courses for HME leaders. The courses draw on the Lab Tactical team's experiences in the field with providers. The first bundle of courses offered through the academy is called HME Business Basics and comprises “Excel for HME,” “Net Revenue in HME,” and “Baseline Metrics in HME.” “This series of three courses will share no-nonsense insight into managing the revenue metrics...

consulting, Lab Tactical, managing revenue, metrics


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Smart Talk

Technology: Measure it, manage it

November 25, 2015Jana Macon

A. Typically when we receive questions about tracking metrics, they are from providers searching for ways to improve their business, but unable to determine which areas to focus on. It is increasingly imperative that organizations manage every area of their business through metrics, with a keen eye on constantly improving processes and streamlining or eliminating repetitive tasks and activities. We always recommend that providers start with measuring and monitoring business metrics like days...

Brightree, Jana Macon, metrics


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Executive Session

HME Business Summit, Day 1

April 21, 2009Mike Moran

The Sword in the Stone film It was a whirlwind day in Baltimore. There were five sessions and two workshops, as well as a networking reception. Here are some highlights from the day's events: Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II full Bad Dreams release Possession hd Douglas Hough, a professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, told attendees that the success of independent HME providers in the next several years will depend on their ability to prove their clinical effectiveness. If providers...

automation, clinical effectiveness, complex rehab, Executive Session, metrics, online social networking, product formularies


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