The FDA is still inspecting transfillers, and anecdotally we have seen an increase in inspections in our industry. It is very important that you make sure you are registered at the appropriate time.
Most of us entered the home respiratory industry because we wanted to serve patients. However, if you want to serve patients and especially oxygen patients, you have to make a reasonable profit for your employer or yourself. Frankly, you are not going to be employed very long and/or be in business unless you can. Here are six (6) actions you can do to serve your patients better and make a reasonable profit at the same time: 1. Non-Delivery Business Models: Reduce or eliminate routine oxygen deliveries by providing patients with lightweight wearable portable oxygen concentrators (POC). The combination of a POC and a stationary oxygen concentrator (SOC) can eliminate one or more routine oxygen deliveries per month at an average cost of $50.00 each. Imagine what an extra $50 or $100 (2x at $50 each) per patient would do for your bottom line! 2. Expand Your Service Area: If you have fewer or no routine oxygen deliveries, you can expand your service area. This can mean more oxygen patients
Keep Going. Quiet, wearable all day (and night!) oxygen for patients up to 1050 ml/min. Whether they are out on the town or home with familypatients can always have their oxygen with them. Restoring freedom and control of their day is a big part of what makes the OxyGo so special. Patients can power an OxyGo by plugging it into a wall outlet, DC outlet in their car, or for hours at a time with each rechargeable battery. Weighing in at less than 5 pounds, and with an extraordinary battery life of 9 hours, the OxyGo is completely wearable. OxyGo can be used around the clock, even while you sleep.View our clinical studies that indicate OxyGo can be used at night here. And now, due to our our confidence in the reliability and quality of our 5-setting OxyGo POC, we have extended our warranty from three years to five.* All the more reason to choose OxyGo for your POC needs. OxyGo Comparison Chart Lower Costs and Increase Sales Reduce delivery costs by up to 38% with our Smart Delivery
Planning always starts with determining who and what you are, not who or what you wish you were. What are your strengths and weaknesses? Capitalize or develop your strengths and address your weaknesses, it is always the first step in your plan.
OSHA has adopted a set of standards known as GHS, or Globally Harmonized System of Classification of Labeling of Chemicals. GHS created a universal system of standardized pictograms and the hazards associated with each chemical. The new labels have updated warnings and use the pictograms prescribed by OSHA.
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