"VGM Playbook: Forecasting 2021" Now Available!

Published in Member Communities on February 05, 2021

Playbook“VGM Playbook: Forecasting 2021,” now available for download, will help you identify and focus on the issues that will affect you and your business.

This comprehensive resource outlines issues, trends, and opportunities facing the DMEPOS community in 2021, including:

  • Forecasting and Analysis of 2020 – Seize opportunities in areas of technology and digitization, better sleep, speedy service, aging in place/home access, consumerism, and more
  • Customer Care – Learn about how we meet our customers' needs at home, maximizing e-commerce, and embracing telehealth
  • Compliance and Regulation – Review the payer landscape, key government initiatives for the coming year, and how best to protect and validate your business
  • Cybersecurity and Remote Work – Examine the outlook on cybersecurity, the future of remote work and workforce trends, and the latest in information security

Uncertainty abounds in the healthcare industry. Leaders need to take a comprehensive view and look for key indicators that can best anticipate future challenges and guide intelligent action.
As a VGM member, you are part of something bigger. You are part of a team that never stops working to find the best solutions for your business, which is exactly what this playbook is designed to help you find. 

Download your exclusive copy today!
 


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