HME News

  • Rehab Medical named best place to work
    Honor follows overhaul of ‘employee experience’ last year
    HME News Staff

    INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has been selected as one of Indiana’s best places to work by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

    The statewide survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize and honor participating employers in Indiana...

  • Providers cultivate online customer reviews
    Theresa Flaherty

    YARMOUTH, Maine – Most HME providers have some sort of online presence, but it’s important to manage that presence, particularly reviews of their businesses, experts say.

    Google, Yelp and Facebook are among the most widely used tools for reviewing products and businesses, and a lot’s at...

  • Invacare re-evaluates business segments, product lines
    Liz Beaulieu

    ELYRIA, Ohio – Amid headwinds from tariffs and changes to Medicare’s competitive bidding program, Invacare announced an “enhanced transformation and growth plan” during a conference call on Feb. 14 to discuss its fourth quarter and full year financial results.

    A key element of the plan:...

  • New court decision on recoupments
    Liz Beaulieu

    WASHINGTON – Healthcare attorney Elizabeth Hogue has been watching closely as numerous courts go back and forth on whether or not CMS should be stopped from recouping overpayments until after the ALJ level, but she thinks a recent court’s decision is “really serious.”

    Here’s what...

  • Providers put on their learning caps
    Theresa Flaherty

    YARMOUTH, Maine – One-quarter of the respondents to a recent HME Newspoll say they’re most interested in learning about retail and cash sales at the upcoming Medtrade Spring conference and expo.

    Sessions being offered in this track include “Retail: Tips from the Grocery Industry” and “Retail...