Also Noted

Rice Home Medical invests $1M in new look, new store

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12/10/2013

WILLMAR, Mich. – Retail is the focus of Rice Home Medical’s newly renovated space in Willmar, Mich., according to a story in the West Central Tribune.

Insulet, Amgen form agreement

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12/10/2013

BEDFORD, Mass. – Under a five-year agreement announced Dec. 10, Insulet will supply biotech company Amgen with a device to deliver medications.

Medtrade Spring has new schedule

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12/10/2013

LAS VEGAS – Medtrade Spring will run from Monday through Wednesday this year, March 10-12, organizers have announced.

Family: Son died because medical equipment was removed

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12/09/2013

ATLANTA – A Georgia woman has filed a $10 million lawsuit against Odyssey Hospice and Mobility Warehouse, alleging her disabled son died after the companies removed his medical equipment from the home.

BMC pledges to fight ResMed’s allegations

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12/09/2013

BEIJING – Weeks after ResMed announced it won preliminary injunctions in its German patent-infringement case against BMC, the Chinese sleep therapy device maker is pledging to fight.

Shirvinsky gives notice

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12/09/2013

HARRISBURG, Pa. – John Shirvinsky, executive director of the Pennsylvania Association of Medical Suppliers (PAMS), will resign Dec. 20 after 10 years, according to Medtrade Monday.

Sleep support community celebrates first year

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12/06/2013

SAN DIEGO - Wake Up to Sleep, an online support community for sleep apnea patients, has celebrated its first anniversary, ResMed announced Dec. 5.

Jafari Medical Supply calls for diabetic-friendly recipes

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12/06/2013

BOSTON – Jafari Medical Supply is calling for diabetic-friendly holiday recipes that it will assemble into an electronic recipe book, the company announced Dec. 4.

Clay Home Medical donates wheelchairs to vets

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12/06/2013

PETERSBURG, Va. – Clay Home Medical provided 10 wheelchairs to veterans participating in an Honor Flight in October, the company announced Dec. 5.

CMS issues refunds

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12/05/2013

WASHINGTON – CMS will issue refunds for collections it made on incorrectly identified overpayments associated with incarcerated Medicare beneficiaries, according to National Government Services.

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