In the midst of the global health crisis, we see new DME orders from referring physicians down approximately 10%. Large portions of the healthcare system closed, and business as we know it changed, perhaps forever. Now, as states reopen and the public health emergency moves to a new stage, suppliers venture out of their pandemic bunkers to survey the damage.
How can you, the suppliers, restore sales and collection rates during this uncertain middle age of COVID-19? Join us on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at 1:00 PM ET to launch your business into the new normal.
In this event, Supercharging DME Revenues and Collections in the Face of COVID-19, MiraVista and Allegiance Group compare notes, discuss supplier sales and collection trends since the outbreak, and provide strategies to:
As our guest to Supercharging DME Revenues and Collections in the Face of COVID-19, you will receive a $20 discount on this webinar. To receive your discount, click on the registration link, add the event to your cart and proceed to checkout. At checkout, click the button to “Add a coupon code.” Then type ALLEGIANCEGUEST0609, then click “apply” to see the updated rate. Proceed to checkout to enter registration and payment info.
Attendees will receive a digital recording of the event, and as always, we will host a question and answer segment to ensure participants can apply the learning objectives directly. In conclusion, our goal is not to simply share information, but to help you make sense of the avalanche of change.
Presenters: Andrea Stark, MiraVista and
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