July 2007 Issue
Edition: Vol 15 Number 07
Convenience in Store
In-store clinics are growing, but the supply chain implications are fuzzy.
The retail clinic and you
Ask the expert
Grazing Where Elephants Walk
One distributor redefines his services to distinguish his company in the medical industry.
Repertoire is pleased to introduce its 2007-2008 editorial board members.
Equipment program, Winner's Circle are hits at annual convention.
Activus acquisition strengthens PSS on West Coast
One Man, Many Ideas
From independent medical products distributor to inventor and museum curator, one man gives 100 percent.
Documenting the industry's changing healthcare marketplace.
A great lesson from a Stealth Leader.
Work on Your Game
Salespeople and athletes have more in common than you might think.
Chances are you spend a lot of time in your car.
Here’s some automotive-related news that might help you appreciate your home-away-from-home a little more.
Both Sides of the Coin
How you can help your customers improve the balance of reimbursements and expenses.
(Editor's Note) This is the final part of a three-part series on managing a medical practice.
Competitive Bidding Raises Questions
Program for Medicare Part B billing to start soon, but some kinks remain to be ironed out.
Immunoassays deliver quick tests for physicians and sure-fire sales for reps.
Editor's note: Repertoire would like to thank Brad Thompson, director of vendor relations and lab specialist, National Distribution and Contracting Inc. (Nashville, Tenn.) for sharing his expertise on immunoassays.
Search for a Cure
Mindy Lindner is helping to find a cure for cancer — for her daughter and for other families as well.
The Golden Years
Retirement obstacles you may not have considered.