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ADW hires new president

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03/03/2010

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. - American Diabetes Wholesale has hired Larry Edelson as its new president and CEO, it announced Feb. 2. Edelson previously advised healthcare companies on business development and regulatory issues.

Be an athletic supporter

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03/03/2010

Clay Walker of Sigvaris talks about targeting athletes with compression hosiery.

Infusion conference forgers new 'frontiers'

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03/03/2010

NHIA holds annual conference April 12-15 in Dallas.

FDA report underscores need for qualified providers

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03/03/2010

The FDA said it has received reports of six deaths and 77 injuries associated with NPWT in the past two years.

Association launches data drive

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03/03/2010

In January, NHIA launched an industry-wide data-gathering initiative to gain a clearer picture of the home infusion industry and define how best to move forward on several fronts.

Provider lets you 'Ask the Doctor'

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03/03/2010

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - Online provider CWI Medical has partnered with Dr. Matthew Lewis to create an interactive "Ask the Doctor" feature on its Web site, www.cwimedical.com. Users can ask Dr.

AOPA, Cailor Fleming join forces

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03/03/2010

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association (AOPA) and Cailor Fleming Insurance have partnered to offer a range of custom designed insurance products for the O&P industry.

NCPA pays to play

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02/24/2010

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) political action committee (PAC) contributed more than $1 million in political donations in 2009, nearly triple what it gave in 2007, according to a Feb. 16 article in USA Today.

Doubly-good deal for ActivStyle, Advocate

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02/08/2010

MINNEAPOLIS - ActivStyle, a provider of incontinence products, boosted its offerings when it acquired catheter supplier Advocate Medical Services in January.

Sens. Baucus, Grassley urge CMS to use 'discretion' toward pharmacies

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01/28/2010

A couple of marquee-name senators last week asked Medicare to cut some slack for pharmacies that have not gotten accredited.
"They were concerned that CMS was going to start acting in a draconian fashion and crack down on pharmacies that haven't gone through accreditation," said John Norton, associate director of public relations for the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA).

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