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HME News  |  Kamal J. Haddad  |  December 11, 2019

What are some retail strategies to consider for 2020?

Stop selling “products.” Yes, I said stop selling products. Your customers can buy products from online retailers who entice them with a huge selection and rock-bottom prices.
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HME Business |  Haley Samsel  |  December 01, 2019

Products & Technology ENHANCING EFFICIENCY

It’s no secret that HME providers are facing challenges from nearly all directions: managing larger volumes of patients, complying with constant changes to reimbursement policy and finding new ways to generate revenue in an industry with tight profit margins.
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Medtrade  |  Greg Thompson  |  September 15, 2018

The Medtrade eRetail Experience, Presented by Health Mobius

ATLANTA – Medtrade attendees looking for more help to effectively compete with Amazon and other online retailers have a new place to go: The Medtrade eRetail Experience, presented by Health Mobius. There are two one-hour sessions.
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HME News  |  Joseph Duffy  | September 01, 2017

Business Solutions THE DISTRIBUTED PROVIDER

Practices such as enhanced inventory management, predictive ordering, warehousing and product delivery services have existed as business strategies for quite some time
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LinkedIn   |  Kamal J. Haddad  |  March 26, 2020

Scarcity of Supplies (and sometimes decency)

Stop selling “products.” Yes, I said stop selling products. Your customers can buy products from online retailers who entice them with a huge selection and rock-bottom prices.
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Homecare Magazine   |  Kamal J. Haddad   |  November 26th, 2019

Creating a Road Map for E-Commerce Success

The home medical equipment (HME) industry hasn’t learned from the retail apocalypse. Providers have neglected to learn from and duplicate those who have successfully adapted in a world that includes Amazon.
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