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Reimbursement

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04/30/2002

Subpeonas: 'Do not be afraid'
WITH ERICA ROCHELLE
Q. What if I'm issued a federal subpoena from a U.S. attorney or other government agency?

AAH unfurls e-CMN plan

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04/30/2002

LAS VEGAS — Technology executives from Rotech and Apria rolled out the blueprints of an e-CMN software system at Medtrade Spring last month and handed off responsibility for further developmental efforts to a task force led by AAHomecare.

Invacare CFO, Miklich, moves on after nine years

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04/30/2002

ELYRIA, Ohio — Thomas R. Miklich, 54, one of the core members of Invacare's executive team, resigned as the company's CFO April 11 to take up the same job at the OM Group, a manufacturer of metal-based specialty chemicals in Cleveland.

Legal

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03/31/2002

NEW YORK - A New York Supreme Court judge granted a temporary restraining order against Mel Lev, the former CEO and "principal member" of the Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP), and other members of his family.

Fear and trembling

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03/31/2002

The call comes in to the HME provider hotline at 10 p.m. - it's Mrs. Jones, a new Medicare oxygen patient and she has an emergency. Please come right away!

NRRTS turns up volume

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03/31/2002

LAGO VISTA, Texas - The National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers (NRRTS) will amplify efforts to market its memberships to Medicaid programs across the country during its annual Leadership Conference in August.

Conservers

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03/31/2002

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Doctors shy away from Medicare

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03/31/2002

NEW YORK - A significant number of doctors are refusing to take new Medicare patients for the first time because of a recently enacted 5.4% cut in reimbursement to physicians who participate in the program, according to The New York Times.

At your service

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03/31/2002

Old hand handles Sunrise customers

"I think the conclusion you can draw is that Innomed wrote a press release that was sufficiently effective in scaring

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03/31/2002

- Analyst Bruce Jacobs of Deutsche Banc Alex Brown in Boston on the stock prices of the nation's two CPAP heavyweights, respironics and resmed, declining sharply following reports that innomed technologies had logged $20 million in sales commitments for its new nasal int

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