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Gaming your way to healthy sleep

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06/21/2016

PITTSBURGH – Highmark’s REMWorks Sleep Store and EdLogics have come together to launch a new form of sleep disorder awareness.

Q&A: Ken Fasse: Binson's ready for second go-round

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06/21/2016

Binson’s Home Health Care Centers is in rare company these days. The Center Line, Mich.-based provider is one of only nine to be awarded a national mail-order contract for diabetes supplies that starts July 1.

Provider, social community share commitment

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06/21/2016

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. – Comfort Medical’s recent acquisition of Wheel:Life will allow the provider to further its service offerings to its customers.

KCI fights for bid contracts

Provider says it was disqualified for technical reasons
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06/21/2016

SAN ANTONIO – With just weeks remaining before the July 1 implementation of Round 2 re-compete contracts, KCI was still in talks with CMS to reconsider its bids for negative pressure wound therapy.

BioScrip makes buy, announces public offering

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06/17/2016

DENVER – BioScrip, a provider of infusion and homecare management solutions, has entered into an agreement to buy the business of HS Infusion Holdings.

BioScrip makes buy, announces public offering

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06/14/2016

DENVER – BioScrip, a provider of infusion and homecare management solutions, has entered into an agreement to buy the business of HS Infusion Holdings.

Lincare offloads specialty pharmacy biz

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06/10/2016

CLEARWATER, Fla., and CHARLOTTE, N.C. – National HME provider Lincare will get $75 million for its specialty pharmacy business.

Insulin pump decision could have chilling effect

By Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor
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05/27/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine – UnitedHealthcare’s recent decision to only cover insulin pumps provided by Medtronic is bad news all around, say industry stakeholders.

MACs remove ‘imminent death’ requirement for vents

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05/13/2016

WASHINGTON – Recent guidance from the DME MACs on coverage criteria for ventilators is a move in the right direction, say industry stakeholders.

Diabetes: Fewer suppliers, lower pricing amp up concerns

Over three years, CMS has reduced the number of suppliers by 99%
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05/06/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine – CMS halved the number of contracts it offered in the upcoming national mail-order program for diabetes testing supplies and stakeholders say the impact on access to service and products could be “devastating.”

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