ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare announced May 13 that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first of three audits, allowing the company to resume certain production at its Taylor Street facility.
Executive vice president at Healthcare Equipment & Supply Co.
Editor’s note: This is an email that provider Patrick Naeger sent to the office of Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo, following the congressional hearing to review provider business practices and Medicare audits.
YARMOUTH, Maine – While Amazon.com’s announcement in April that it has launched an online health store targeting older consumers wasn’t met with cheers by HME providers, they say they’ll hold their own against the retail giant.
For those of you uninitiated in the to-do list of an HME News editor, the first week in May is when she has to submit half a dozen or so Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with the Pricing, Data Analysis and Coding (PDAC) contractor to update the HME D
BALTIMORE – Spending on power mobility devices (PMDs) has taken a nosedive ever since CMS implemented a demonstration project that requires providers to submit prior authorization requests before supplying equipment.
I feel like we’ve heard a lot of HME providers talking about the important role that they play in helping to reduce hospital readmission rates, and I feel like we’ve seen some providers walking the talk, too.