VGM & Associates Releases Latest Playbook on Business Planning and Leadership

Published in Member Communities on October 11, 2022

PlaybookVGM & Associates has released the final playbook of 2022, “VGM Playbook: Business Planning and Leadership.” 

This latest publication provides insight on how DMEPOS providers can enrich their business planning and leadership opportunities within their company. Employee development and reengagement tips, adapting leadership styles to best meet the teams’ needs, and business development dos and don’ts are what can be expected from this playbook. Topics also include leveraging technology to build patient and provider relationships, sustainable growth through merger and acquisition strategy, and optimizing sales to drive growth. 

“Business planning and leadership are critical to the success of your company,” says Krista McNurlen, SVP of Marketing for VGM & Associates. “At VGM, our focus is to constantly be forward thinking and helping members stay current on industry trends. It is our hope to provide in this playbook thought provoking articles to assist you in preparing and planning for 2023.” 

Members can download their copy at vgm.com/playbook or by logging in to the VGM members-only portal and downloading it from the Playbook tab. 


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