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Diabetes provider gambles on growth

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05/25/2011

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - While competitive bidding has many providers hesitant to make plans, Mike Eberly is rolling the dice.

Reliable turns up heat with marketing plan

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05/25/2011

Pens and magnets are all well and good but Reliable Respiratory wanted to create a buzz with its latest marketing efforts.
The answer: tiny bottles of Tabasco sauce with customized back labels.

Bill: Carve out community pharmacies

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05/24/2011

WASHINGTON - Community pharmacies are making another play at keeping themselves out of the competitive bidding program.

Upstate HomeCare grows through challenges

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05/17/2011

CLINTON, N.Y. - Despite the looming specter of Round 2 of competitive bidding, things are looking good for Upstate HomeCare, which on May 9 acquired the infusion assets of American HomePatient Infusion Pharmacy in Rochester.

Bright skies ahead for diabetes provider

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05/12/2011

RENO, Nev. - A year ago BrightSky didn't exist. Now it has positioned itself as one of the largest mail-order diabetes suppliers in the country.

Home infusion group seeks to distance providers from 'bad apples'

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05/11/2011

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Home infusion providers are considered to be by and large an ethical bunch, and they want to make sure everyone knows it.

Provider reports 'complete chaos' in Alabama

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05/05/2011

CORDOVA, Ala. - A pair of tornadoes destroyed the tiny town of Cordova, Ala., on April 27, taking Ken Glover's pharmacy right along with it.

Provider reports 'complete chaos' in Alabama

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05/03/2011

DORA, Ala. - A pair of tornadoes destroyed the tiny town of Cordova, Ala., on April 27, taking Ken Glover's pharmacy right along with it.

CarePoint expands footprint, eyes further growth

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04/26/2011

CINCINNATI - April has been a busy month for home infusion provider CarePoint Partners, which added two new companies to its roster.

Briefs: Jaeger out, Hoey moves up at NCPA

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04/25/2011

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Kathleen Jaeger resigned as executive vice president and CEO of the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA), the association announced April 1.

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