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Contracts open up, but little changes

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04/01/2019

EAST SANDWICH, Mass. – Since CMS let competitive bidding contracts expire on Dec. 31, 2018, Daina Juhansoo was hopeful that providers, previously locked out of the program, would be able to do Medicare business again.

Report: Lincare has bought Southwest provider

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03/26/2019

CLEARWATER, Fla. – Lincare Holdings, a subsidiary of Linde Group of Germany, has acquired Preferred Homecare/Lifecare Solutions, a portfolio company of Beecken Petty O’Keefe of Chicago, according to PE Hub Healthcare.

Impact of gap period? Too early to tell in most areas

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03/22/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine – What has been the impact of a two-year gap between competitive bidding contracts? It all depends who you ask.

CVS HealthHUBs won’t change HME market, providers say

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03/15/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine – CVS’s plans to push further into the HME market don’t faze providers, who say they’ve seen what happens when other outside companies try to muscle in.

Aeroflow Healthcare launches CBD division

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03/15/2019

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare has launched Aeroflow Naturals, a new division offering patients high-quality cannabidiol (CBD) products to assist with a variety of conditions.

Aeroflow wants biz today and tomorrow

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02/22/2019

ASHVILLE, N.C. – With the rapid expansion of its business portfolio in recent years, Aeroflow Healthcare recently refreshed its brand to better reflect its commitment to customers.

Provider profile: All Star Medical is all right with retail

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02/22/2019

HERMITAGE, Tenn. – Provider Kevin Brown has been doing retail since 2009 and dropped insurance entirely in 2015—a decision he calls the “best move ever.”

Providers cultivate online customer reviews

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02/15/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine – Most HME providers have some sort of online presence, but it’s important to manage that presence, particularly reviews of their businesses, experts say.

Wearables have limits, say HME providers

‘Your smart phone is not going to function as a cane’
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02/08/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine – Wearable devices like the Apple Watch may be grabbing headlines with their moves into health care, but HME providers are skeptical of all the hype.

Cold snap makes for slow week

‘We can operate but there’s not a lot of business coming in,’ said one provider. ‘Most businesses are closed.’
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02/01/2019

CHICAGO – HME providers last week curtailed deliveries and sent employees home as record-breaking cold gripped much of the Midwest.

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