Show Me the Money: Working Smarter to Maximize Profitability for Your DMEPOS Business

Published in Member Communities on November 05, 2019

At the beginning of the year, VGM released Industry Snapshots: Forecasting 2019. This resource featured articles on the competitive bidding landscape prior to bid opening, payer relations, technology, and growth potential.

Now that the competitive bidding window has closed, what’s next for your business, regardless of outcome? How do you start to look at things a bit differently in order to maximize profitability and ensure survival for years to come? Learn how to continue to serve your patients and their caregivers while remaining profitable with our second playbook installment this year.

Inside, you’ll find in-depth information on how to maximize profitability regardless of the business lines you are in. You’ll also learn from our experts who provide insight into current and future profitability opportunities you can consider for business diversification.

Maximizing Profitability for Your Business includes topics and advice from VGM’s industry partners, as well as our own experts on topics including: 

  • Digital marketing and workplace solutions
  • Profitability calculators
  • Resupply models to improve cash flow
  •  Alternative high frequency chest wall oscillation options
  • Patient as the new payer
  • Dive in and discover areas you can refine in order to thrive and best serve your patients and their caregivers in today’s—and tomorrow’s—DMEPOS marketplace.

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