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House, Senate introduce home infusion bills

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03/13/2020

WASHINGTON – Legislation that seeks to preserve access to Part B home infusion medications was introduced March 12 in both the House of Representatives and the Senate.

KabaFusion builds national network

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03/04/2020

CERRITOS, Calif., and LEXINGTON, Mass. – KabaFusion has acquired the home infusion assets of Lincare, expanding its footprint to 28 home infusion specialty pharmacies.

Viemed grows vent base by 31% in Q4

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03/04/2020

LAFAYETTE, La. – Viemed Healthcare reported net revenues of $21.4 million for the quarter ended Dec. 31, 2019, a 30% increase over revenue less bad debt expense reported for the comparable quarter in 2018.

Net income was $2.4 million, a 20% decrease.

Insulet reports year-over-year growth

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02/27/2020

ACTON, Mass. – Insulet Corp. reported revenue of $738.2 million for 2019, a 31% increase compared to 2018.

Conference reflects busy industry

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02/25/2020

DENVER – The National Home Infusion Association is undergoing a transformation—and that’s good timing for its annual conference, says COO Jennifer Charron.

Better tracking, better outcomes?

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02/25/2020

When it comes to tracking the value of sleep therapy, there’s been an increasing focusing on long-term success, says Dr. Douglas Kirsch.

Spring forward may be backward step, says AASM

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02/19/2020

DARIEN, Ill. – More than half of Americans (55%) report feeling tired after the spring daylight saving time transition, according to a new study from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

Infusion stakeholders urge changes to home infusion benefit

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02/14/2020

WASHINGTON – The National Home Infusion Association and more than 250 stakeholders have asked CMS to overhaul home infusion therapy rules.

Survey: Media coverage of coronavirus drives run on surgical masks

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02/07/2020

ARLINGTON, Va. – Sixty-three percent of local pharmacists say customers are buying surgical masks as a precaution against the coronavirus, and 96% say they’re selling them faster than they can restock, according to a new survey from the National Community Pharmacists Association.

AOPA digs in on bill

H.R. 5262 seeks to clarify definition of ‘off the shelf’
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02/06/2020

WASHINGTON – O&P stakeholders are eyeing a pair of possible legislative vehicles as they seek to pass a bill that would improve patient care and reduce fraud.

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