The term “business analytics” and “big data” have emerged as the soup du jour. While it might sound complex, the reality is analytics is an attempt to make sense of the mountains of data pouring in from a myriad of sources.
Companies that want to grow and be healthy adopt more disciplined and detailed approaches to their operations to adapt to strenuous times. The answer to surviving in this tough new world we live in is to be smarter, more efficient and prepared.
My projection is that all companies within the Round 2 competitive bidding territories will eventually look at the viability and unsustainable economics of the program and terminate their Medicare participation. The impact of this program ultimately will fall on the shou
The overwhelming question that came to everyone’s mind after the latest single payment amounts (SPAs) were released for Round 2 of competitive bidding was: “What do we do now?” Pundits and providers alike were shocked that the SPAs came in so low.
If you read most business journals or newly released business books, you will see “employee engagement” as a prominent topic. It has become the newest in a long line of business expressions regarding the work environment. What does engagement mean?
I would consider this a logical argument: 1.) Our population is aging. 2.) That population would prefer to stay in the home as long as possible. 3.) Because of this, the demand for home medical equipment will increase.