You become who you hire could not be more true than when it comes to hiring your Chief Information Officer (CIO). Recently, I listened to a CIO of a multi-million dollar organization present on his progress during his first ten months; and I thought we could all pick up good ideas from his actions. The organization completely revitalized its IT, and the way it works, just by hiring one person. First, the CIO reduced the risks and hassle of e-mail outages by moving the organizations Microsoft Exchange server to a well-known national e-mail management firm. This firm provides professional 24/7 service, reliability, and much higher level of security. Using an outside service also provides a fixed contract cost with no worries of unexpected, expensive in house equipment failures. Another great feature of this move? It was all nearly invisible to users because the look and procedures didnt change and at all. Todays e-mail is as important to business as voice telephone service, perhaps more.
Since we introduced the OxyGo a 4.8 pound wearable POC we have seen incredible demand from home care providers. Offer your patients the POC they want! The OxyGo helps to keep your patients happy and restores their freedom. This POC is ultra-portable, highly durable and very attractive! Features 4 pulse flow settings. Provides 840 ml of oxygen per minute. Only 4.8 lbs. including the standard battery! Up to 9.5 hours of battery life with optional double battery. No carts or tanks required. FAA-approved for domestic and international airline travel. Quick change battery and easy-to-remove sieve beds. Exclusively available through medical equipment providers. Dont miss out! Call us today to request more information on this patient friendly and extremely reliable portable oxygen concentrator. 888-327-7301 or email@example.com
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
Applied is one of the leading medical oxygen regulator suppliers in the home healthcare industry and here are some of our most frequently asked questions (FAQ): 1. Are all regulators made in China the same from a quality perspective? No, some medical regulator suppliers, like Applied, engineer and do final testing of regulators in the U.S. This insures that providers and ultimately patients receive a quality regulator that will deliver the proper prescription of oxygen specified by the healthcare professional. 2. How can I determine the quality of a medical oxygen regulator? First, purchase medical devices such as medical oxygen regulators only from a quality, established, and qualified supplier. This ensures if you have a question or a problem you can get answers and solutions. Next, given the number of Chinese regulators in the market, it helps to have individual regulator testing data with the regulator(s) to ensure quality and performance. 3. Do medical regulators require periodic