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On the Move

Outcry needs to go viral

February 11, 2013Elizabeth Deprey

At a time when every last dollar is being scrutinized in Washington, CMS is slashing and burning an industry that saves millions by keeping people out of hospitals and nursing homes. It makes absolutely no sense. But I don't need to tell you that. The HME industry is well aware of the increasingly challenging environment you guys are trying to provide services in—unrelenting audits, decreasing reimbursements, and now these massive cuts under Round 2 of competitive bidding. Who doesn't...

Audit, Competitive Bidding, YouTube

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Smart Talk

Social media: Commit yourself to video

October 23, 2012Dave Bargmann

Q. How can I use YouTube to educate and grow?A. When most providers think of harnessing the power of social media, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn should come to the forefront. However, have you considered how YouTube can help to educate your patients and staff, as well as aid in your growth?You don't have to be a professional to create a great video. I encourage you to spend some time looking at videos in our industry to get ideas. Here are some ideas:• Employee of the month. Interview the employee....

Home Medical Equipment (HME), social media, YouTube

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On the Editor's Desk

Simon Margolis and crew are fired up!

July 27, 2009Liz Beaulieu, Editor

NRRTS has stepped up to the plate when it comes to disseminating complex rehab news. Have you noticed that the organization is sending out more frequent e-mail blasts? That it's doing a better job of updating the breaking news section of its Web site? That Directions, its quarterly publication, has been getting thicker and thicker? That it's posting videos to YouTube? That it has a twitter page? Simon Margolis and crew are fired up! Unfortunately, NRRTS's increased activity is directly...

Complex Rehab, Directions, National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers (NRRTS), On The Editor's Desk, twitter, YouTube

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