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In brief: Solara Medical Supplies acquires Active Healthcare, ResMed launches digital tool for selecting masks


CHULA VISTA, Calif. – Solara Medical Supplies has acquired the diabetes division of Active Healthcare.

The Raleigh, N.C.-based Active Healthcare, a provider of CGMs, insulin pumps and supplies, was founded in 1990 by Steven and Lisa Feierstein.

AdaptHealth taps new CFO


PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – AdaptHealth has appointed Jason Clemens, CFA, as CFO, effective Aug. 3.

AdaptHealth sees oxygen ‘broadly up’


PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – It’s impossible to predict the full impact of the COVID-19 crisis on its business, but AdaptHealth remains confident about its strategy and its prospects, company executives said during an earnings call.

Earnings round-up: AdaptHealth, Viemed report increases in 1Q 2020


PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – AdaptHealth reported net revenue of $191.4 million for the first quarter of 2020, a 60% increase over the same quarter one year ago.

AdaptHealth bolsters IT capabilities


PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – AdaptHealth has appointed Andy Palan as its first chief technology officer.

HME stands out as solution amid pandemic


YARMOUTH, Maine – HME providers are the “pressure release valve” for acute care facilities that are expected to strain from the number of patients who have COVID-19 and need care.

In brief: KabaFusion buys Lincare’s home infusion biz, Knueppel Healthcare to close


CERRITOS, Calif. – KabaFusion has acquired the home infusion assets of Lincare, expanding its footprint to 28 specialty pharmacies.

AdaptHealth buys Healthline


PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – AdaptHealth has acquired Healthline Medical Equipment, a provider with 13 locations across Forth Worth and Austin, Texas.

AdaptHealth eyes bolt-ons for supply business


PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – On the heels of a “record” 2019, AdaptHealth looks to add another $100 million in revenues through acquisitions in 2020, CEO Luke McGee said during the company’s first earnings call last week.

M&A predictions: Active start, followed by uncertainty


YARMOUTH, Maine – Building on a handful of notable deals in late 2019, M&A analysts say they expect a strong 2020—at least to start.