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Roche sues pharmacy network

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03/22/2019

NEW YORK – Roche Diagnostics has filed a lawsuit against the former executives of a Utah-based company, alleging nationwide fraud involving test strips.

Shutdown and HME: StripSupply offers free diabetes testing supplies

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01/23/2019

BOSTON – StripSupply will be waiving monthly subscription fees for both diabetes test strips and lancets for federal employees affected by the government shutdown.

OIG: Handful of strips dominated Medicare mail-order market

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01/16/2019

WASHINGTON – The top two strips accounted for 53% of the Medicare mail-order market, and the top 10 strips accounted for 98% of the market, according to a new report from the Office of Inspector General.

StripSupply secures funding

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06/27/2018

BOSTON – StripSupply has secured seed round funding led by LaunchByte Ventures, alongside a group of serial entrepreneurs, physicians and angel investors.

In brief: Philips buys pharmacy sleep services provider, Roche sues over alleged rebate scheme

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03/31/2017

AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands, and SYDNEY – Royal Philips has signed an agreement to buy Australian Pharmacy Sleep Services, in a move that the company says will accelerate its home sleep testing offering through the pharmacy channel in Australia.

Roche sues pharmacies, supply companies

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03/31/2017

INDIANAPOLIS – Roche Diagnostics and Roche Diabetes Care have filed a lawsuit in the U.S.

Reports point to mounting evidence of brand shakeup for diabetes supplies

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06/27/2014

WASHINGTON – Medicare’s mail-order program for diabetes supplies has had a dramatic impact on the market, as evidenced by a pair of recent reports from the Office of Inspector General (OIG).

Mail-order program: OIG provides CMS with before, after picture

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06/24/2014

WASHINGTON – How has the national mail-order program for diabetes supplies affected brand choice?

CMS now has a before and after picture thanks to the Office of Inspector General (OIG).

In brief: Lawmakers try to put brakes on bid expansion, contractors warn docs of DME scams

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03/21/2014

WASHINGTON – Reps.

N.J. Medicaid could save by cutting test strip prices, OIG says

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09/11/2013

WASHINGTON – Reducing reimbursements to retail rates or establishing competitive bidding pricing could have saved New Jersey’s Medicaid program between $1.8 million and $2.7 million in 2011, the OIG reported in a Sept. 11 report.

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