The vanguard of progress in healthcare is within the information technology segment, which is leading the industry forward on all fronts—clinical, administrative, operational and financial.
Yes, the orthotics and prosthetics market is under increasing government scrutiny and CMS is proposing archaic practices as a cost-saving solution.
American obesity rates and the need for larger, higher durability products has transformed bariatrics from a niche market into the HME mainstream, vendors say.
Complex rehab is a market where rapidly advancing medical technology is intersecting with drastically improving manufacturing techniques.
With razor-thin margins an ongoing concern in the reimbursement cut-weary oxygen market, respiratory providers need to find the right resources and strategies to maintain profitability.
In an HME environment that is increasingly dependent on cash sales for revenues, there is no better product category to have than bath safety.
With its myriad co-morbidities, diabetes is a market that can offer HME providers access to a referral source stream they never considered before.
Before Medicare came down hard on the HME industry with competitive bidding, getting involved with home accessibility just wasn’t something that providers thought much about.
Perhaps more than any other HME category, pediatrics is more about the patients than the products.
The wound care market encompasses a wide range of conditions, products, services and healthcare settings, so it has sufficient versatility for the home medical equipment provider to maintain a healthy business.
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