Because I start planning the educational program for the HME News Business Summit in January or February, I often equate the event with winter.
We'll have two stories in our HME Newswire on Monday about different sessions at this week's HME News Business Summit.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – HME providers need to up their game if they want to keep up with changes in health care, a health system exec and a health insurance exec told attendees of the HME News Business Summit last week.
Prepare to be disrupted
As I look at the educational program for this year’s HME News Business Summit, I don't necessarily see sessions on how to overcome challenges.
What I do see are sessions on how to take advantage of opportunities.
I hate to give you a checklist, and on a Friday.
But here’s where my brain is at, at the end of this short, but very long, workweek.
The goal of this year’s HME News Business Summit is to change the way you see the HME industry and, more importantly, your business.
To help us do that, we’ve brought in some important “outsiders.”
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Post-acute care, including HME, is the Wild Wild West of health care, and that’s a good thing, several speakers said at the 11th annual HME News Business Summit in September.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Post-acute care, including HME, is the Wild Wild West of health care, and that’s a good thing, several speakers said last week at the 11th annual HME News Business Summit.
As the summer nears its end, I’m always excited to experience the HME News Business Summit.
It sounds obvious, and it is. The future is coming.
But while it sounds obvious, the future is not simple to predict and it’s certainly not easy to navigate. And yet, it’s coming, always coming.
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