Plus: The gift of mobility
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The Physician Self-Referral Law, also known as the “Stark Law,” generally prohibits a physician from sending a patient to a provider that the physician owns, is employed by or otherwise receives payment from—regardless of what that payment is for. A new rule from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services delivers on a 2017 promise to put patients over paperwork and break down barriers to care. Read more.
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As more states move to a managed Medicare model, home medical equipment providers could face changes coming their way. Are you prepared to make the necessary adjustments? This white paper will give you steps that will help you get ready for managed Medicare—and how to make sure you’re not losing business in the process. Sponsored by McKesson.
From the Archives: Giving the Gift of Mobility
VGM & Associates has a history of donating mobility equipment to those in need. As we approach the holiday season, take a look back at this story from 2018 to learn how the company helps. Keep reading.
When It Comes to Wheelchairs, You’re Doing It Wrong
There is an obvious but awkward communication need within the home medical equipment industry, evidenced by ongoing marketing campaigns from providers and manufacturers who are sadly missing the mark in connecting with people who have disabilities. It's not what you offer, but how you offer it. Read on for mistakes to avoid.
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