Podcast Focuses on CRT and Sleep
Latest edition of the HME Business Podcast examines increasing adoption, funding of iLevel, steps providers can take to improve sleep therapy compliance.
- By David Kopf
- Jun 06, 2019
The latest episode of the HME Business Podcast takes a closer look at a CRT technology that’s been gaining use and funding, and discusses how sleep providers can boost patients’ therapy compliance.
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In episode 009, Seth Johnson, senior vice president of government relations for both Quantum Rehab and Pride Mobility Products, talks about Quantum Rehab’s iLevel. Now more than 25,000 consumers use the technology, which lets users of complex rehab power wheelchairs travel at walking speeds while their seats are elevated up to 12 inches. Moreover, various payers are funding it. The big question is when will Medicare join them? After that, Gary Sheehan, president and CEO of Cape Medical Supply Inc., talks about how his sleep business work to improve patient compliance with their sleep therapy.
In the previous episode, HMEB Executive Editor David Kopf interviews a variety of industry advocates and senior AAHomecare staff about how the event set up more than 300 meetings in support of what is now the largest list of legislative and regulatory asks the association has ever brought to the Hill. Moreover, the episode digs into how providers that were unable to attend can still help the event.
The HMEB Podcast examines important HME news, trends and developments, and regularly interviews industry experts to find out how HME provider owners and operators can run efficient, profitable and growing businesses while providing service and care that cements lasting patient and referral relationships.
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David Kopf is the Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy magazine. Follow him on Twitter at @postacutenews.