How DME providers can improve their post-acute care services

Post-acute care services are an important and growing segment of the healthcare industry. They encompass a variety of rehabilitation and palliative services that patients receive after or instead of staying at a hospital. These services include providing durable medical equipment (DME) such as continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines, oxygen tanks, and wheelchairs.

Top reasons to enroll patients in a CPAP resupply program

Modern healthcare services are patient-centric — they are designed to deliver optimized outcomes and patient experiences. From urgent care facilities to durable medical equipment (DME) providers, organizations across the healthcare industry are constantly searching for ways to improve patient outcomes while also meeting patient expectations.

5 Online marketing tips for DMEs

The durable medical equipment (DME) industry is one of the fastest growing in the United States. In fact, there are around 6,500 DME providers across the country with a market size of about $148 billion. These numbers are expected to grow within the next three years.

A guide to durable medical equipment billing

The durable medical equipment (DME) billing process is complicated, time-consuming, and laborious. It’s also constantly evolving, thanks to changes in requirements and compliance regulations. Without an in-depth understanding of such nuances, DME providers face a raft of billing issues that could result in lower reimbursement rates and, in turn, lower revenue.

5 Contactless delivery best practices DME providers should implement

Many durable medical equipment (DME) providers started rolling out contactless delivery methods when the COVID-19 pandemic was declared in March. Amid strict protocols to limit the spread of the disease, DMEs found contactless delivery to be a safe, efficient way of getting supplies and equipment to patients across Oklahoma and the rest of the United States.

DMEs and the coronavirus pandemic: Why technology matters

Technology has always been essential to business success, but never has it been more important than in the last few months. The COVID-19 pandemic, which has crippled the global economy, has made adopting new technologies an even bigger priority for businesses across all sectors — and durable medical equipment (DME) providers are no exception.

Business best practices for CPAP equipment providers

Today, providers of sleep equipment such as continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines are a dime a dozen. With so many competitors offering basically the same products and services, what can you do to make your business stand out? Follow these business best practices to gain a competitive advantage that will fuel your company’s growth and success.

A guide to creating a successful CPAP resupply strategy

More and more durable medical equipment (DME) providers are realizing the benefits of a resupply program for continuous positive airway (CPAP) equipment. Apart from improving day-to-day operations and maximizing profits, having a resupply program improves patients' adherence to CPAP therapy by ensuring that patients get the right supplies they need regularly.