MPP Bill Introduced
H.R. 1717, the Medicare DMEPOS Market Pricing Program Act of 2013, has been introduced to the House by Rep. Tom Price, M.D. (R-Ga.) and Rep. John Larson (D-Conn.) The two senior members of the House Ways and Means Committee introduced the bill to prevent CMS from implementing Round 2 of the controversial national bidding program and to replace it with the market pricing program.
Stay ahead of HME industry changes and find the latest tools to help your patients. Join us at the largest home medical equipment event in the US as we help you discover new ideas, new products and new relationships.
The HME industry is constantly evolving, but one thing remains the same – the demand for the latest products and technology. Thousands of providers will be there in search of the products and services that enable them to care for their patients.
Medtrade offers several opportunities to network and learn with your peers, experts and associations. Don't miss Stand up for Homecare, the Lunch & Learn, the Beer Garden, or Washington Update.
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- View Medtrade Spring exhibitors
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Medtrade Spring is now offering post-show access to our educational conference sessions. Notes and audio are available for the 70+ sessions at Medtrade Spring 2013 in our online Conference Digital Library. The library allows you to "attend" a session you missed or one you'd like to hear again! You can also purchase access to sessions from Medtrade Spring 2009-2012 and Medtrade 2009-2012.
Shelly Prial, Medtrade Ambassador and 60-year veteran of the home medical equipment industry, has created a blog that focuses on survival tactics, advice and news updates for the home medical equipment industry. The blog is designed to connect the industry's providers and manufacturers in conversations and shared experiences that will increase their ability to provide superior patient care while maintaining profitability.
Shelly Sounds Off can be found at shellysoundsoff.blogspot.com.