Leveraging Technology to Simplify CRT/DME Operations

Leveraging Technology to Simplify CRT/DME OperationsWhen thinking of technology in the seating and wheeled mobility or Durable Medical Equipment (DME) industries, the examples that first come to mind might include power wheelchair systems using fiber-optics or eye-gaze technology, or smart systems that help wheelchair users with pressure-relief regimens.

But how about using technology to improve business efficiencies for Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) and DME suppliers, which in turn benefits all stakeholders, from consumers and caregivers, to clinicians, funding sources, and referral sources?

Bill Paul, CEO of ATLAS Enterprise Solutions has a belief about that: "Running a CRT business doesn't have to be as hard as you think." In this Mobility Management Viewpoint, he and ATLAS Chief Innovation Officer Diana Escalera explain how ATLAS systems were built from within — since Paul and his family have both owned and operated CRT and DME businesses.

Escalera refers to ATLAS Enterprise Software as "battle born" — created, developed, and fine-tuned by suppliers for suppliers.

We created this software as the result of having a provider business that was in seven locations...

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