Tools to make DME business processes more efficient

In the durable medical equipment (DME) industry, efficiency is paramount to success. Having efficient business processes ensures seamless operations, minimal waste of resources, timely delivery of products, and optimized patient outcomes. To achieve greater efficiency, many DME providers are now adopting business technology tools to better manage their workflows and improve their patients’ overall experience.

5 Tips and tricks to clean up your DME business

Running a durable medical equipment (DME) business is a tough gig. Every day, you have to juggle a million different tasks, including processing reimbursement claims and following up with patients. With so much to do, it’s inevitable for some things — like tidying up and keeping things organized — to fall through the cracks.

5 Key DME billing metrics to keep track of

Durable medical equipment (DME) billing is a tedious process that takes up a lot of your team’s time and energy. It requires them to coordinate with different parties as well as an in-depth understanding of the codes required when submitting claims to Medicare and private insurance providers.

What successful DME resupply companies do to thrive in a competitive market

Durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies is a competitive industry, made even more so by the bidding process set by the Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003 (MMA). The MMA requires durable medical equipment (DME) businesses to submit bids to provide certain items and supplies to Medicare beneficiaries living in competitive bidding areas.

A guide to choosing CPAP equipment for older adults

As a person gets older, they become more susceptible to a host of diseases. Some of these can be potentially life-threatening, as is the case with heart disease, diabetes mellitus, and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Fortunately, there are effective treatments available for these, which alongside a balanced diet and regular exercise can help in managing such illnesses and and enjoying a good quality of life.

3 Common problems patients experience with DME providers

Millions of people across the United States use some form of durable medical equipment (DME). For them, DME is a necessity — without it, they could not get around, go about their daily activities, or get relief from the symptoms of their illness.

Advancements in technology have made purchasing DME far easier and more convenient.