When any of the HME industry’s
manufacturers launch stand-out new products, the trade press comes calling. When Johnson & Johnson launches a new product, the Wall Street Journal calls.
YARMOUTH, Maine - The pool of skilled HME professionals such as respiratory therapists and rehab technology suppliers has never been shallower, and don’t look for it to improve any time soon.
PLEASANTON, Calif. - As with laptop computers, cell phones and oxygen concentrators, the quest to make smaller and lighter without sacrificing function has not been lost on manufacturers of CPAPs.
OSA, obesity share common genes
BOSTON - Massachusetts home infusion providers absorbed a body blow in January when the state added an additional $1.30 tax onto each prescription.
Q. What are the “realities” for HME suppliers who are subject to retrospective Medicaid audits?
Dave Kinskey admits that he may have been a tad naÃ¯ve when he bought M&M Medical in December 1988. As a guy raised Catholic, he’d been schooled in doing good from an early age.
Q. As I’m doing the year-end work for my business, I’m wondering if I’ve got the right outside accountant. How does a business make this evaluation?
Add Darren Jernigan’s name to the burgeoning roster of government affairs liaisons in the HME industry.
Just don’t consider him to be another face in the crowd.
WASHINGTON - If CMS pays way too much for semi-electric hospital beds, as the OIG stated in December, that’s news to Daryl Bowman.
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