Maximizing profits and patient outcomes in the backdrop of declining reimbursements

In the situation of falling revenues from Medicare billing, many practitioners are worried about the state of their future earnings. A very tangible factor that will help them tide over this problem is often overlooked: the Durable Medical Equipment (DME) program.

The DME program is a very reliable and long term source of income for Medicare practitioners. Yet, this is not considered seriously by most of them because of the various misconceptions that are associated with this program. Not only is the DME program absolutely valid legally; it is a terrific means by which practitioners can build a highly lucrative income avenue.

Building a steady revenue stream

Of course, there are a few provisions and conditions that need to be met if the DME program has to become successful. Being compliant with these requirements not only ensures that highly improved patient outcomes by protecting senior patients from unnecessary, debilitating surgeries that their bodies cannot cope up with at such a late stage of life; it also assures practitioners a steady income stream of the range of $10,000 a month, that too, with just one patient a day. This is all the more important in these times of decreasing patient traffic and professional services reimbursements from insurance companies but more so from Medicare, on the one hand, and increasing, even skyrocketing operating costs on the other.

The ways of attaining this kind of revenue stream will be taught at a very valuable webinar on this topic. It is being organized by Compliance4All, a leading provider of professional trainings for all the areas of regulatory compliance. The speaker at this session is Gregory Simms, who has provided this DME Revenue Program model successfully across the country for hundreds of medical practices in numerous practice specialties. He is known in industry circles as the man who developed his revolutionary new Durable Medical Equipment Revenue Program in the Healthcare Industry in 2006.

To get to understand what it takes to build a highly effective, compliant and lucrative DME program that meets its desired outcomes, please register for this webinar by logging on to http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=501329LIVE?Wordpress-SEO

A full exposition of the DME option

The core purpose of this session is to debunk popular myths about DME practice. For years, practitioners have been depriving themselves of this revenue stream because they have been referring the business to O&P shops, manufacturers or 3rd parties. The reason: The wrong belief that it is illegal and not profitable for them to adapt and implement a DME program.

Gregory will correct this fallacious line of thinking. If done following proper guidelines and regulations with appropriate protocols and processes, these can be developed into a full-fledged, profitable program that greatly enhances the value that practitioners provide to their patients, as well as their own practice.

All the tools needed for setting up a successful, compliant and effective DME program

At this webinar, Gregory will lead participants into the right direction on what is needed to set up a compliant DME program, starting with accreditation. He will show them how to obtain a DME PTAN license to bill Medicare and how to deal with their legal guidelines to prevent audits. He will show participants the ways of complying with Federal Guidelines such as the Stark Act & Anti-Kickback Statue. All these of course, will be carried out while ensuring a high degree of patient convenience and optimization of their clinical outcomes.

Doctors, owners or administrators of either general practice or of the Pain Management, Orthopedic, Neurological, Chiropractic, Podiatry, Physiatry, and Family Practice & Internal Medicine will benefit immensely from this session.

Gregory will cover the following areas at this webinar:

o  Business Opportunities

o  Legality

o  Myths vs. Reality

o  Operational Necessities Guidelines.

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