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Why are ResMed and Respironics so popular?
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(05-02-2016, 05:26 AM)Dafod Wrote: Basically with the A10 (with its cell connection) they provide all the requisite compliance data without lifting a finger. Also, they provide the DMEs with a backend platform of some description both with integrating the client, the insurer and supplies.

Ahhhh... that makes A LOT of sense. The cost savings and time savings for the DME is HUGE if you consider... not only is there a ton of automation BUT, you no longer need to have a patient bring in a data card to a followup appointment (which they very well may forget) which frees up quite a bit of space on the calendar. I imagine the doctors like it as well. I know my doc monitors my progress via whatever tools they provide him (doesn't show him what SleepyHead shows him though so he seems to like it when I bring in my laptop).
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