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Nevada: DME exempted from sales tax

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11/14/2018

CARSON CITY, Nev. – Residents of Nevada last week voted in favor of exempting durable medical equipment from sales tax, according to a bulletin from VGM.

Compass Health gets aggressive

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04/13/2018

MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio – With four acquisitions under its belt, Compass Health Brands is now in full-on sales mode.

Integrity Home Medical adds second location

'My dream is to grow responsibly and carefully'
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01/23/2018

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. – Integrity Home Medical has more than quintupled its retail and warehouse spaces after recently signing a lease for a 10,000-square-foot property in East Memphis, Tenn. 

Aeroflow donates to Harvey victims

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09/21/2017

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare will donate medical equipment and supplies, including wheelchairs, diapers and bed pads, to residents of Orangefield, Texas, which was hit by Hurricane Harvey in August.

Nevada: Coalition collects 100K signatures to end tax

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08/19/2016

RENO, Nev. – Doug Bennett, owner of Bennett Medical Services, is leading a grueling process to exempt DME from Nevada’s state sales tax.

DME is what we use, HME is what we do

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01/25/2016

Historically, items like hospital beds, oxygen tanks and concentrators, wheelchairs, commodes, ambulatory aids, compressors and other items that could be used to support a medical need on an ongoing basis were referred to as DME.

OIG says New York could save big on DME

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02/11/2015

WASHINGTON – The New York Medicaid program could have saved $8.9 million in 2011-2012, if it had established a competitive bidding program for durable medical equipment, according to a new report from the Office of Inspector General.

Providers, like pilots, need checklists

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09/24/2013

For years, physicians have drawn lessons from the aviation experience to create checklists called safety procedures that support essential clinical practice. In medicine, if you make a mistake, it can cost a life.

Providers, like pilots, need checklists

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09/24/2013

For years, physicians have drawn lessons from the aviation experience to create checklists called safety procedures that support essential clinical practice. In medicine, if you make a mistake, it can cost a life.

Poll: 68% say they won’t accept ‘criminal’ Medicare contract

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02/14/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine – Two weeks after CMS’s announcement of severe cuts in Round 2 single payment amounts, the initial spirit of defiance has not waned.

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