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Changes ahead for MED Group

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02/01/2019

FLORHAM PARK, N.J.– Managed Health Care Associates is moving operations for The MED Group to its corporate headquarters, closing the Lubbock, Texas, office.

Reporter's notebook: 2018: Old foes and new markets

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01/24/2019

Sometimes it seems as if Amazon taking over the planet and the HME world is no exception, as evidenced by our list of the five most-read provider stories of 2018.

Washington state: Medicaid restricts prescriptions

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01/24/2019

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Only physicians can now order medical equipment for Medicaid recipients, says the Health Care Authority in Washington state.

Consultant’s corner: Providers tackle enrollment, technology in new year

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01/24/2019

Fighting that fear factor

VGM’s Ronda Buhrmester spent the last two weeks of 2018 taking frantic calls from HME providers wondering whether or not they should change their Medicare enrollment status for 2019.

Non-participating is new normal

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01/18/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine – It turns out a good chunk of the respondents to a recent HME Newspoll didn’t change their enrollment status by a Dec. 31 deadline because they’re already non-participating.

Aeroflow closes out big year

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01/03/2019

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare says it has exceeded its goals for 2018 in sales, employee satisfaction and patient care. The launch of the Aeroflow Urology website and the Aeroflow Breastpumps Lactation Support Directory contributed to a 30% growth in revenue.

Providers set priorities for 2019

‘We can’t do anything about reimbursement, so fix what we can’
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12/21/2018

YARMOUTH, Maine – Despite the large number of unknowns for the year ahead, the majority of respondents to a recent HME Newspoll say they’re forging ahead with plans to grow their businesses.

Providers cite frustration with CareCentrix

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12/21/2018

HARTFORD, Conn. – HME provider complaints with CareCentrix came to a head recently, when The MED Group reportedly cancelled its payer agreement with the company.

In the year that was and the year ahead, all things point to Congress

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12/21/2018

The tide is finally starting to turn for the HME sector.

OIG: Medicare overpaid suppliers during inpatient stays

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12/06/2018

WASHINGTON – Medicare improperly paid suppliers $34 million for DME and supplies that was provided during inpatient stays, according to a new report from the Office of Inspector General.

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