Hospital Security and HME Sales

As hospitals reconsider and revise their security policies in the wake of the Tulsa shooting, HME providers will need to alter their sales practices to adapt.

After the June 1 shooting at Tulsa, Okla.’s Saint Francis Hospital left four dead and many more injured, many hospitals started to review and possibly revise their security policies. How might that impact HME sales?

In the latest episode of the HME Business Podcast, HME sales expert Ty Bello, president and founder of Team@Work Coaching, and security expert Ralph C. Jensen, editor-in-chief and content director of Security Today, join the podcast to share their insights into how hospital policies might change and how providers can adapt.

In the previous episode of the HMEB Podcast, Vijay Kedar, the co-founder and CEO of Tomorrow Health, discusses the issues surrounding the homecare transition and how HME providers can benefit from smoother care coordination between their referral partners, payers, patients and their caregivers.

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About the Author

David Kopf is the Publisher HME Business, DME Pharmacy and Mobility Management magazines. He was Executive Editor of HME Business and DME Pharmacy from 2008 to 2023. Follow him on LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/dkopf/ and on Twitter at @postacutenews.

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