YARMOUTH, Maine – Hurricane Sandy may be over, but HME providers and their patients in the hardest-hit areas are still dealing with the fallout—and there are more dark days ahead.
YARMOUTH, Maine – With the eastern seaboard reeling in the aftermath of Sandy, several HME providers have made concerted efforts to assist those devastated by the hurricane.
WASHINGTON – The Department of Health and Human Services will waive or modify requirements for Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP providers in New York and New Jersey due to Hurricane Sandy.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – In what's becoming a regular occurrence, the FBI has raided another home medical equipment provider in California.
MUNICH, Germany – Linde AG has successfully placed a bond for 1 billion euros to help finance its acquisition of Lincare, the company announced Sept. 5.
ALTOONA, Pa. – Provider Jim Young knows all anyone wants to talk about these days is accountable care organizations, but he’s not convinced they’ll be a good thing for the industry.
YARMOUTH, Maine – HME providers who offer flu shot clinics say it’s a good way to get potential customers in the door.
Mike Kuller has spent the past two years nurturing his retail DME business. Along the way, he’s experienced his share of success—and failure.
BELEN, N.M. – Ambercare launched an e-commerce website in September, the latest move in its push into retail, which includes the addition of two new showroom locations within the past year.
WASHINGTON – More than half of all claims for oxygen concentrators get denied, and providers say they face an uphill battle in improving that.
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