Survive and Thrive With Ten Proven HME Growth Strategies

September 9, 2013
HUNTINGTON, NY – Every owner and sales manager is thinking the same thing: “How do I drive more revenue?  How do I generate more referrals?  How are we going to survive on lower margins?   Even if we win a competitive bid, how

Braley and Thompson Spark OIG Investigation of Competitive Bidding

September 2, 2013
WASHINGTON, DC – Responding to a request from Reps Glenn Thompson (R-Pa) and Bruce Braley (D-Iowa), the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General (OIG) has announced plans to investigate the Medicare competitive bidd

Surviving the Audit Tsunami

September 2, 2013
WASHINGTON, DC – Nearly every HME provider has felt the effects of the audit tsunami, and some have not survived its onslaught. However, there are a number of developments that providers should watch for that may give some relief. The American

PAMS Makes Powerful Point

August 26, 2013
PHILADELPHIA – Obtaining equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, and life-saving oxygen systems has gotten a lot more difficult for Medicare beneficiaries in southeastern Pennsylvania. Officials at the Pennsylvania Association of Medical Suppli

Making Your Case to Congress

August 26, 2013
WASHINGTON, DC – When talking to your members of Congress, do they tell you that they are not hearing from beneficiaries, or that the home care industry is scaring beneficiaries about round two? AAHomecare has created talking points that you ca

The Medical Equipment Industry is Growing

August 19, 2013
GRAND PRAIRIE, TX – As we wait for news from the CBIC on the outcome of the round one Re-Compete here at MetroCare Home Medical, anxiety levels are high. We are trying to see into the future and plan a sustainable business model with CMS contra