Also Noted

FODAC names van Halem to board

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03/25/2020

TUCKER, Ga. – Friends of Disabled Adults and Children, a nonprofit organization providing more than $10 million annually in DME and supplies to those disabilities, has added Wayne van Halem to its board of directors.

MobilityWorks reaches out—virtually

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03/25/2020

RICHFIELD, Ohio – MobilityWorks has announced the launch of its first ever Virtual Mobility Expo on March 26 at 2 p.m. EST. Craig Harlow, regional manager, marketing, will walk attendees through all that the company has to offer.

OxyGo continues to operate

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03/24/2020

ORLANDO, Fla. – OxyGo and its affiliates Applied Home Healthcare Equipment and SuperFlash Compress Gas Equipment have been deemed essential businesses and will continue to operate as critical infrastructure of health care and public health as identified by the U.S.

VGM encourages outreach on PPE

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03/20/2020

WATERLOO, Iowa – HME providers should contact their state and county health departments to ensure priority access to personal protective equipment.

Medtrade: Fall show still on

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03/20/2020

ATLANTA – Medtrade show organizers do not foresee any changes at this time for the fall show in Atlanta, Nov. 2-4 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Coronavirus updates: CareCentrix, Prochant, VirtuOx

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03/20/2020

CareCentrix has extended its home telehealth platform at no cost to its network of more than 8,000 home health locations.

Short take: 3B Medical

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03/20/2020

Winter Haven, Fla.-based 3B Medical has been named one of Florida’s fastest growing companies by Inc. Magazine. The company is no. 93 on the inaugural Inc. 5000 Series: Florida list.

AAHomecare cancels Legislative Conference

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03/19/2020

WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has canceled its annual Washington Legislative Conference, scheduled for May 20-21.

Dasco partners with PE firm

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03/19/2020

WESTERVILLE, Ohio – Silver Oak Services Partners has recapitalized Dasco Home Medical Equipment.

MobilityWorks expands services

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03/19/2020

RICHFIELD, Ohio – MobilityWorks has announced it plans to remain open amid the coronavirus outbreak, but it is also offering free pick-up and drop off within 100 miles of its locations and in-home or virtual appointments.

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