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J&L Medical sells to Lincare

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09/05/2018

MIDDLEBURY, Conn. – J&L Medical Services has sold to Lincare, it was announced Sept. 4.

Aeroflow expands to Northeast

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08/31/2018

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare has added Connecticut to its footprint, with its recent acquisition of the CPAP and resupply business of Med-Caire in Vernon.

IVS ready to promote VOCSN

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08/31/2018

NORWOOD, Mass. – The people behind the new company Integrated Vent Solutions say multi-function ventilator technology is a game changer.

Aeroflow buys sleep business

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08/15/2018

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare has acquired the CPAP resupply program of Vernon, Conn.-based Med-Caire.

Owens Healthcare steps up as wildfire rages on

Deadly Carr Fire compromises oxygen, CPAP patients
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08/09/2018

REDDING, Calif. – It has been all hands on deck for employees of Owens Healthcare ever since devastating wildfires began scorching the region last month.

Starck: ‘Patients aren’t getting prescribed oxygen’

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08/09/2018

YARMOUTH, Maine – Home oxygen therapy has been hit especially hard by competitive bidding, so CMS’s plans to retool its program are encouraging, says Dan Starck, chairman of the Council for Quality Respiratory Care.

Riverside Co. exits respiratory market

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08/03/2018

CLEVELAND – The Riverside Company, a global private equity company based here, has sold Specialized Medical Services to Lincare.

Q&A: Senior Needs eases access issues

‘People are struggling to get this equipment’
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07/30/2018

MARYSVILLE, Tenn. – Timothy Hollis, who works in business development for Home Instead Senior Care in Marysville, Tenn., and its owner, David Kiger, recently launched Senior Needs to provide HME and supplies free of charge.

CBD has potential, but do homework

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07/30/2018

DAVIE, Fla. – From a chimpanzee with cerebral palsy to seniors with Parkinson’s disease, CBD has a lot of potential but the market is young and it’s important to tread carefully, say its proponents.

Providers’ DTC fears mount

‘We’re always concerned that (manufacturers) are going to cut us out altogether’
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07/27/2018

YARMOUTH, Maine – HME providers fear Philips’ recent decision to step into the direct-to-consumer space for cash-paying customers for POCs is a “gateway drug” to other product categories.

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