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03/31/2002

How do you spell disaster?

WITH TOM CONNAUGHTON
Q. Is the President's proposal for competitive bidding anything to worry about? Is Florida Medicaid's proposal a concern?

AHP attracts investor interest

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03/31/2002

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. - American HomePatient is still wallowing in red ink, but there are signs of life at the struggling national.

'Unbundling' Medicare reimbursement

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03/31/2002

The boldest proposal to come out of the recent AAHomecare Leadership Conference in Tucson - indeed, the most ambitious plan to reorient the way HME providers do business since the Six Point Plan and the Balanced Budget Amendment of 1997 - sprung from a Power Point present

Bankruptcy

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03/31/2002

STOCKTON, Calif. - A Dallas investment company has been hired to manage the fortunes of once high-flying Hometech Medical Services and has an option to buy the bankrupt HME for $11 million.

U.S. Rehab takes message to Virginia

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03/31/2002

WATERLOO, Iowa - VGM's U.S. Rehab is taking its show on the road to the Virginia Medicaid program this month, according to Peggy Walker, director of member education.

Shifting gears

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03/31/2002

OLD FORGE, Pa. - Lured by brighter prospects in the rehabilitation and respiratory products markets, Invacare has decided to quit selling lift chairs and is helping to transition about $10 million in annual business to Golden Technologies.

MED University goes public with new courses

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03/31/2002

LUBBOCK, Texas - After a year and a half as a private educational resource for MED Group members, MED University is going public.

Florida Medicaid releases RFP for competitive bidding; HMEs vent anger

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03/31/2002

TALAHASSEE, Fla. - Now that Medicaid has released an RFP for its competitive bidding project, HME providers are no longer in the dark, but they still can't see well enough, and a lot of what they do see, they don't like.

Praxair acquires $25M HME company

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03/31/2002

DANBURY, Conn. - Praxair Healthcare Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Praxair, the largest industrial gas company in the United States, acquired Alpine Medical last month.

'It's time that it stopped'

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03/31/2002

Petit responds to negative home obstetrics study

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