Working to maximize the potential a business has is the primary goal of HME Solutions. Whether through analysis of existing business operations, streamlining processes, assistance with accreditation, staff training, improving service quality, reducing costs or the myriad of other challenges a business owner faces; HME Solutions is prepared to help companies achieve their operational goals.
HME Solutions seeks to demonstrate tangible results through hands on, no nonsense approaches to problem solving and innovative ideas to ensure that every goal is met.
Julie A. Bowman, RRT, RCP is the founder and president of HME Solutions, LLC, which offers business consulting in the areas of Operations Strategy, Business Execution and Accreditation for all types of medical equipment suppliers.
She is the author of “The Keys to Best Practice Operations for the HME Business Owner”, a book of valuable ideas to operate a more efficient business in these ever changing times. She is the co-author of the “HME Business Builder”, an industry newsletter.
Julie works in many areas of the HME Industry. Recently she has worked extensively in the area of accreditation. She is a surveyor for ACHC and also consults in the areas of accreditation for HME companies, pharmacies, mail order suppliers and fitter services organizations.
She also publishes the HME Accreditation Simplified Manual, DMEPOS Accreditation Simplified Manual and Home Health Care Simplified Manual; all policy and procedure manuals that equip the business owner with the tools they need to guide their day to day business and achieve accreditation with ease.
Julie is a Registered Respiratory Therapist with twenty plus years of experience in the Home Medical Equipment Industry. She has been an HME business owner and has also been an operations executive in a large national organization, managing over 50 HME offices. Additionally, she held positions of Vice President of Compliance and Best Practice in that organization.
As an active participant in trade organizations, Julie served as President of the Colorado Association of Medical Equipment Suppliers and served for two years on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Medical Equipment Suppliers (now the American Association of Homecare).