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Home Oxygen Company, Philips partner on ‘virtual’ model


MODESTO, Calif. – Provider Todd Usher says there’s a better way to get patients set up on oxygen and it doesn’t involve delivery trucks.

New CHME CEO makes good on cliché


FOSTER CITY Calif. – After a lengthy tenure at Apria Healthcare, Lauren Barranti says taking the helm at the much smaller CHME presents exciting new challenges.

StateServ, Hospicelink join forces

‘We’re looking forward to making headway in new markets and we want to dominate in our core market’

TEMPE, Ariz., and BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – After several years of fierce competition, a merger between StateServ Holdings and Hospicelink allows the combined DME benefit manager to “dominate” in the hospice market.

Advanced Home Care, Home I.V. merge


GREENSBORO, N.C. – Advanced Home Care now serves home infusion and enteral patients throughout Virginia, thanks to a merger with Home I.V. Care and Nutritional Services.

Local provider makes good

Infusion Solutions steps in where others won’t

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Infusion Solutions has found its niche as a local provider willing to go the extra mile for patients and referral sources, says Chuck Loos, account manager.

2017: Exits and allegations dominate


Our list of the five most read provider stories of 2017 features headlines that contain words like “turmoil” and “uncertainty,” which pretty much sums up the year that was.

Integrity Home Medical adds second location

'My dream is to grow responsibly and carefully'

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. – Integrity Home Medical has more than quintupled its retail and warehouse spaces after recently signing a lease for a 10,000-square-foot property in East Memphis, Tenn. 

Buckle up, 2018 is going to be ‘huge’ for M&A, analysts say


YARMOUTH, Maine – Expect to see large regional HME players get bigger in the year ahead as they look to increase their market share, say M&A analysts.

AAH investigates illegal online sales

‘Nobody asked for us for a prescription, and it wasn’t a mistake or accident’

WASHINGTON – The sale of medical devices over the Internet without a required prescription is nothing new, but with the possibility of Amazon getting into the HME market in a bigger

Q&A: CareCentrix’s John Driscoll

Post-acute providers drive ‘step change’ reduction in costs

HARTFORD, Conn. – With all of the noise about the need to reduce healthcare costs, post-acute care is getting a lot of attention these days, and companies like CareCentrix, a health management services provider, are ready for the spotlight, says CEO John Driscoll.