WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders took a quick victory lap last week, after binding bids language was passed as part of the “doc fix” bill, but then got back to work.
WASHINGTON – One hundred members of the House of Representatives signed a letter asking CMS to reverse its decision to apply competitive bid pricing to complex rehab wheelchair accessor
YARMOUTH, Maine – With compliance rates for CPAP therapy that fall somewhere between 51% and 75%, about half of the respondents to a recent HME NewsPoll admit there’s room for improvement.
GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen has delayed the filing of its annual report for a second time, saying an investigation into its accounting is still not complete, the company announced in an April 14 press release.
YARMOUTH, Maine – Sleep disordered breathing is associated with early mental decline and Alzheimer’s disease, but treatment with CPAP therapy may delay the onset of problems, according to a new study.
WASHINGTON – The Senate on Tuesday passed a “doc fix” bill that contains binding bids language.
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