About the Show
Find the Latest HME Technology & Products at Medtrade
Medtrade is the largest home medical equipment trade show and conference in the US. Originally launched as the National Home Healthcare Exhibition, Medtrade has been connecting the HME industry since 1979. Medtrade features a large expo floor filled with the leading home medical equipment manufacturers, HME technology, and personal health products. Thousands of HME providers come to Medtrade to find everything from the basics to the latest innovations in mobility, respiratory, sleep, rehab, and aids to daily living.
Hundreds of HME manufacturers and thousands of HME providers join us each year for the largest annual sourcing opportunity for home medical equipment, and find the HME products to satisfy today’s growing demand in an ever-changing environment. Learn tips from exhibitors on how to most successfully sell their products.
Learn with Unparalleled HME Education at Medtrade
Beyond the expo hall, HME industry leaders present the latest updates and provide unmatched educational offerings that help providers find and leverage new opportunities. The Medtrade conference program is loaded with insights to help attendees understand not only the challenging legislative and regulatory environment, but the opportunities of retail and other diversification strategies. Medtrade is known for its extensive and well-rounded conference. With conference sessions covering numerous topics, we invite you to come see for yourself and find real-world takeaways.
Find Products, Education, and New Relationships at Medtrade
Because Medtrade brings together thousands of home medical equipment providers, healthcare professionals, and leading manufacturers in the industry, these trade shows continue to be the largest forums for HME products and services, educational sessions, and networking with like-minded peers from across the country. Join discussions with peers about HME technology, products, and processes that have made an impact on their business. Never before has learning from others and sharing ideas been more integral. Networking events outside the classroom present unique opportunities for connecting with peers and forging new HME industry contacts.