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Tax credit could be boon for home modifications

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09/22/2017

The home medical equipment industry is poised to benefit from the “aging in place” movement, especially on the home modification front.

In pediatrics, it's all about commitment

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08/28/2017

Before jumping into the pediatric market with both feet, HME providers need to make some important considerations about what it takes to be at the top of this difficult, but ultimately rewarding field.

Consumer mobility intensifies retail focus

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06/26/2017

With reimbursement dollars drying up for standard power chairs under Medicare, it’s no surprise that the category is becoming more retail-oriented in scope for mobility providers.

CPAP systems evolve to meet demand

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05/23/2017

Greater public awareness of obstructive sleep apnea, ongoing technological advancements and stronger patient compliance are all contributing factors in the continued viability of the sleep therapy industry, market specialists say.

Billing systems get more sophisticate

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04/24/2017

The term “billing system” is becoming archaic. The technology that once served as automated claims processing for HME providers has evolved into a virtual control center with multi-dimensional capabilities.

O&P: Opportunity for profit?

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03/27/2017

The orthotics and prosthetics market is undergoing extensive review by CMS about who should furnish the products and who should qualify for them.

Is bariatric DME becoming the new normal?

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02/24/2017

There is no consensus among manufacturers about whether bariatrics should continue to be its own category or whether it should be incorporated into other HME segments.

Technology drives complex rehab

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01/27/2017

There are many technological options available for complex rehab patients—if only they knew it.

Wound care veers toward cash market

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11/28/2016

As the reimbursement landscape becomes more difficult, HME providers committed to the wound care market are apparently turning to cash sales as a way to boost to sagging revenues.

Medicare, Medicaid strain diabetes market

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10/21/2016

Despite continually increasing demand for diabetes products and services from the public, the business of furnishing these items has gotten more difficult due to competitive bidding, stringent policies and fee schedules, vendors say.

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