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United Access, Carepoint Partners expand territories

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06/20/2012

EL PASO, Texas – United Access, a provider of mobility equipment and wheelchair vans, has acquired New Horizon Vans, it announced today.

United Access, Carepoint Partners expand territories

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06/20/2012

EL PASO, Texas – United Access, a provider of mobility equipment and wheelchair vans, has acquired New Horizon Vans, it announced today.

Briefs: CPAP claims: Respond to those requests

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05/24/2012

HINGHAM, Mass. – Slightly more than half of CPAP claims in Jurisdiction A were denied during a review conducted from November 2011 to January 2012, according to NHIC, the DME MAC.

Apria: ‘Dedicated focus’ on home infusion

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05/01/2012

LAKE FOREST, Calif. – Apria Healthcare Group this week reported net revenues of $595.7 million for the three months ended March 31, 2012, compared to $536.7 million for the same period last year, an 11% increase.

CarePoint expands footprint, eyes further growth

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04/26/2011

CINCINNATI - April has been a busy month for home infusion provider CarePoint Partners, which added two new companies to its roster.

CarePoint likes Texas market

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02/27/2011

CINCINNATI - Home infusion provider CarePoint Partners continues to build its network, acquiring Houston-based ivA Lifetec, it announced Jan. 18.

Infusion and valuations

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02/27/2011

Home infusion was a well-performing niche in the HME industry in 2010 and industry watchers expect that to continue in 2011. There's one little problem, they say.
"There's significant buyer interest, because they aren't included in competitive bidding and because they took their cuts years ago," said Bob Leonard, an analyst with The Braff Group, a Pittsburgh-based M&A firm. "But there aren't too many targets."

Infusion industry marches on

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05/24/2010

The recently passed healthcare reform bill did not include Medicare coverage for home infusion therapy, but industry stakeholders say they still have fight in them.

Brightree puts $50M to work

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05/24/2010

Brightree plans to spend $50 million over the next four years beefing up its HME product offerings. What's on the front burner for all that dough? A new software platform for home infusion providers, say company officials.
"We have an increasing number of our providers in the infusion market, and we felt like the time was right to make an official significant investment to support infusion," said Mark Blount, vice president of marketing.

Bob Cucuel gets show on the road

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Monday, January 25, 2010

Bob Cucuel has done it again. Several years after rolling up and selling American Homecare Supply to Air Products  for the princely sum of $165 million, he's done the same thing with Critical Homecare Solutions, which BioScrips just acquired for $343 million.

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