WASHINGTON, DC – Perennial Medtrade exhibitor Brightree (Booth #2245) is expanding its support of AAHomecare’s mission to help HME providers address challenging audit issues. In the new and exclusive agreement, Atlanta-based Brightree will be the information technology lead in shaping AAHomecare’s HME Audit Key service.
As a provider of billing and business management solutions for nearly 3,000 providers, Brightree brings industry expertise to the initiative on behalf of all HME providers. The new agreement makes Brightree an AAHomecare Silver Corporate Partner, and a sponsor of AAHomecare’s Stand Up for Homecare fund raiser which takes place during the Oct 20-23 Medtrade at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
Brightree will be among an elite group of companies that have formed strategic agreements with AAHomecare that go beyond traditional membership to bring together diverse resources on behalf of the HME industry. As the information technology (IT) lead on AAHomecare’s HME Audit Key service, Brightree will help to shape AAHomecare’s new audit tracking and data collection tool designed to quantify the impact of audits on the HME industry.
“AAHomecare and Brightree share a common dedication to the long-term success of providers in the HME industry,” said Dave Cormack (pictured), president and CEO of Brightree. “On behalf of our over 3,000 customers, we are pleased to underscore our dedication to the HME industry with this agreement. We are working diligently with AAHomecare to ensure that providers continue to thrive, despite industry challenges.”
“The HME industry is ripe for innovation for those who can see its potential,” said Tom Ryan, AAHomecare president and CEO. “CEO Dave Cormack is a dynamic leader who believes in the future of this industry. Working together on groundbreaking programs like the HME Audit Key will help us reach our shared goals of serving patients and strengthening access to care. AAHomecare is proud to partner with Brightree to secure and strengthen the industry that we both care deeply about.”