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Short takes: 3B Medical, Amoena, Sunrise Medical

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05/29/2020

3B Medical has completed independent lab testing of the use of its Lumin device to decontaminate an N95 respirator.

Sunrise Medical provides access to worldwide educators

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04/10/2020

FRESNO, Calif. - Sunrise Medical is launching a new live webinar series from a team of worldwide clinical educators through its Education in Motion Resource.

Sunrise Medical supports Team Gleason

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03/10/2020

FRESNO, Calif. – Sunrise Medical has committed to donating seat elevators to clients living with ALS that have submitted applications to and have been approved by the Team Gleason Foundation.

Sunrise Medical acquires Oracing

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02/28/2020

FRESNO, Calif. – Sunrise Medical has acquired Oracing, a Spanish manufacturer of sports, made-to-measure wheelchairs and E-Mobility power products sold primarily in Europe.

Patient growth at heart of pediatrics

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09/03/2019

Serving the pediatric market presents its own unique set of challenges for HME providers because of the meticulous detail it requires for its special patients.

Mobility powers up

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07/03/2019

As the mobility market becomes more technologically advanced and product demand continues to grow with the aging baby boomer generation, the outlook for wheelchair and scooter sales is that it will remain a strong category, offering HME providers a range of opportunities.

In brief: CRT bill heads to governor’s desk, Roche sues pharmacy network

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03/22/2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee State Legislature has enacted legislation to create a “separate benefit” category for complex rehab technology.

Sunrise puts learning in ‘Motion’

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03/19/2019

FRESNO, Calif. – Sunrise Medical has launched Education in Motion, a new integrated learning resource for clinicians to share industry insights, discuss new advancements in technology and share knowledge.

In brief: GAO reports on bid program, Lifeway Mobility receives investment

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08/31/2018

WASHINGTON – The average reduction in payment rates in non-competitive bidding areas for five DME items with the highest expenditures in 2016 was 46%, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.

Pediatrics: Dynamic in its potential—and challenges

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08/29/2018

When assessing its potential, the pediatric market always shows promise for providers: It has a base of customers who need services over their lifetimes, reimbursement is not subject to competitive bidding and it also offers retail possibilities.

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