Also Noted

Revised wheelchair seating standard published

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05/31/2019

WASHINGTON – The American National Standard Institute (ANSI) has approved the revision and publication of the ANSI/RESNA WC-3 standard after

RESNA accredits first group of universities

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05/31/2019

WASHINGTON – Three universities have now earned accreditation with RESNA for their assistive technology and rehab engineering programs: University of Illinois-Chicago, University of Pittsburgh and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Aeroflow seals deal with two more payers

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05/30/2019

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare has partnered with PacificSource of Oregon and BCBS CareFirst to provide DME, including breast pumps, pediatric nebulizers, CPAP and incontinence supplies, to their members.

Sen. Wyden visits independent pharmacy

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05/30/2019

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Grants Pass Pharmacy in Grants Pass, Ore., hosted Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., ranking member of the Finance Committee, on May 28.

AAH has new slate of officers, board members

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05/30/2019

WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has approved its officers for 2019-2020.

Minn. providers could see some relief

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05/29/2019

MINNEAPOLIS – The state legislature on May 24 released the language of a Department of Human Services omnibus bill that includes a repeal of the preferred incontinence product program, MAMES has reported.

NSM speeds up repair process

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05/29/2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – National Seating & Mobility has launched Remote Evaluation, a program to expedite the service and repair process and reduce downtime for clients.

F&P hits revenue milestone

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05/28/2019

IRVINE, Calif. – Fisher & Paykel Healthcare reported NZ$421.5 million in operating revenue for its homecare product group for the 2019 financial year, representing 6% growth or 4% growth in constant currency.

COPD researcher receives grant

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05/28/2019

NEW YORK – Spyridon Fortis, MD, of the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa has received the ATS Foundation/Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Research Award in Respiratory Support with Nasal High Flow Patients with CODP. The $100,000 award will help fund Dr.

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