June 9, 2003
NEW YORK - The world-wide market for wound-care products aimed at the care of skin ulcers topped $2.5 billion worldwide in 2002, according to a new study released last week from Kalorama Information.
June 2, 2003
WASHINGTON - Congress is considering legislation that would pay for home attendants as alternatives to institutional care - a move that could fuel business for HMEs.
LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. - Further cementing its relationship to industrial gas giant Air Products, American Homecare Supply (AHS) changed its name last month to Air Products Healthcare.
Air Products acquired AHS in October for $165 million.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. - The business segment of Authentidate Holding Corp. that includes e-CMN mover Trac Medical boosted sales to $1.1 million for the first nine months of its current fiscal year.
WASHINGTON - Encouraging results from a recent study on lung-reduction surgery for people with emphysema should spur Medicare to pay for some of the procedures, say industry watchers.
A bellwether is ringing in Tennessee. True, Georgia cast the mold when state Medicaid began to require that you had to either be a member of NRRTS or hold RESNA’s ATP or ATS credential if you wanted to provide rehab to its beneficiaries.
Tax plan would freeze CPI on more than wheelchairs
YARMOUTH, Maine — Les DeFelice isn’t interested in selling his company. Neither is Jill Spellman, Mark Sheehan nor Vince DeStigter.
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