HME businesses have a lot of reasons to outsource their RCM, and security is becoming an increasingly important one.
Mike Lorenz of Brightree discusses how far automated resupply has come in terms of efficiency and patient care, as well as how providers can integrate these innovations into their businesses.
The key to addressing the constantly unfolding challenges facing HME providers is to implement strategies and solutions that help them transform, says Brightree CEO Matt Mellott.
How should providers approach outsourcing in a way that lets them measure their efforts and what are some key metrics they should use?
Former Cleveland Clinic president and CEO brings a “patient first” belief to the home-based care company’s advisory board.
HME providers can collect an infinite pool of data, but they need tools that let them identify trends and see how to improve care.
Resupply expert Mike Lorenz discusses how his company is helping providers sidestep workforce constraints that would otherwise curtail their resupply efforts across disease states.
The nature of HME referral sales is changing. What are the tools and resources providers should incorporate into their game plans?
Born out of a CRT specialist business, ATLAS Technology has developed four technology and business solutions tailor-made to help HME and CRT providers.
Sunil Krishnan, Vice President of Revenue Cycle Management at HME software company Brightree joins the podcast to share his expertise and insights.
Paul Paul and several of the ATLAS Technology team join the podcast to discuss the technology, telehealth, clinical care, and business services they now offer to HME and CRT provider businesses.
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