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Non-invasive vents and Medicaid: Are more states expanding coverage?

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07/13/2018

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – North Carolina Medicaid’s recent decision to cover non-invasive ventilators for patients means Aeroflow Healthcare can now offer the service in its own backyard.

Growing resupply biz starts with sound marketing

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07/03/2018

WATERLOO, Iowa – For CPAP providers, the keys to marketing your resupply business are leveraging the right data, attracting the right referrals and doing right by your patients, says Seth Dixon.

Proposed rule includes several home infusion changes

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07/03/2018

WASHINGTON – Temporary transitional payments for home infusion therapy are moving forward, according to an upcoming proposed rule.

MedPAC report takes CMS to task on orthotics

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06/29/2018

WASHINGTON – Although industry stakeholders disagree with a recent MedPAC recommendation to include off-the-shelf orthotics in Medicare’s competitive bidding program, a r

POCs on the rise, survey finds

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06/29/2018

BOSTON – HME providers will continue to increase adoption of portable oxygen concentrators, to the tune of about 30% over the next 12 months, according to a 2Q 2018 survey on oxygen and sleep trends from Needham & Co.

BioScrip revenues decline again

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06/25/2018

DENVER – Inclement winter weather contributed to a decrease in net revenues during the first quarter of 2018 for BioScrip, which reported net revenues of $168.6 million down from $182.6 million in the fourth quarter of 2017.

Elite certification ‘validates’ Option Care nurses

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06/25/2018

Option Care recently recognized 19 of its nurses for passing the Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI) examination this spring.

Ascensia Diabetes goes toward future

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06/25/2018

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Ascensia Diabetes Care has upgraded its Contour Diabetes app to help users self-manage their diabetes better by analyzing behavior patterns and suggesting new ones.

CMS changes course on CGM policy

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06/12/2018

WASHINGTON – CMS will allow Medicare beneficiaries to use smart phone technology with their continuous glucose monitors, it announced.

Data-driven therapy 'way of future'

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05/29/2018

Treating obstructive sleep apnea makes patients feel better, reduces co-morbidities, and saves money—a win all around. That doesn’t make it any easier for patients to get used to their device, says Michael Cantor, chief medical officer for CareCentrix.

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