Baseline Metrics in HME
Lead your team with 5 essential metrics
Anyone who holds a leadership role in HME knows that it's easier than ever to get access to your business data... but it's easier said than done to actually DO something with the data. A lot of data doesn't necessarily mean good data. Plus, access to data doesn't automatically you know how to apply data analysis as a leader inside your company.
We created this course to help simplify the process and hopefully alleviate "analysis paralysis" you may be experiencing!
In Baseline Metrics for HME, we will covered the five metrics that are essential to determining the health of a HME organization. This course will help better prepare you to:
- Calculate & report on essential metrics
- Know the difference between "good and "bad" numbers
- Publish metrics to share with your team
- Build effective meeting strategies to lead your team
You will also get access to the LabTac Baseline Worksheet, a downloadable file you will use to follow along with the course. Once downloaded, you can use this tool to continue tracking your metrics long after you complete the course!
If you have any questions about how to enroll or whether this course bundle is right for you, please email us at [email protected] and we'll be happy to help!
Make it a great day,
Anna, Ryan, and Nimesh
(the Lab Tactical team)
P.S. Our friends at Medtrade have offered a FREE Expo pass to Medtrade Spring '18 for LabTac Academy students! Once you enroll, we will email the discount code for your free Expo pass.
Thanks, Medtrade! :)
Ryan McDevitt is your quintessential jack-of-all-trades. When it comes to his experience in HME, he has worked on the provider side in leadership & management roles, on the software side consulting on revenue cycle management, and on the coaching side helping providers find workflow and reporting efficiency. When Ryan's not teaching LabTac Academy classes or obsessing over spreadsheets you can usually find him outdoors, hiking or walking with the dogs. Follow Ryan on Twitter: @DMEMcD