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Sleeper hit: SleepQuest finds success at home

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10/31/2010

While home sleep testing hasn't been quite the boon many believed that it would be, provider Robert Koenigsberg says his sales are up 30% this year.

Patient uses fewer strips? Document it

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10/31/2010

It's easy to understand why auditors might look askance at diabetes claims for more testing supplies than Medicare allows, but for fewer supplies?
Well, providers need to back that up, too.

Briefs: Investment firm buys pharmacy

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10/31/2010

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Capital Group Holdings has acquired Newbern, Tenn.-based Main Street Pharmacy, it was announced Sept. 24. The pharmacy offers DME, compounding and home infusion services.

Proposed diabetes changes leave sour taste

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10/28/2010

BALTIMORE - When it comes to diabetes treatment, one size doesn't fit all, stakeholders told CMS medical directors at an Oct. 26 public hearing on the proposed changes to the benefit.

Providers threaten neb-med changes

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10/28/2010

As of Oct. 1, provider Sam Jarczynski no longer planned to dispense budesonide.

Proposed diabetes changes leave sour taste

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10/27/2010

BALTIMORE - When it comes to diabetes treatment, one size doesn't fit all, stakeholders told CMS medical directors at Tuesday's hearing on the proposed changes to the benefit.

 

Proposed diabetes changes leave sour taste

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10/27/2010

BALTIMORE - When it comes to diabetes treatment, one size doesn't fit all, stakeholders told CMS medical directors at Tuesday's hearing on the proposed changes to the benefit.

Walgreens continues to grow infusion business

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10/20/2010

DEERFIELD, Ill. - Walgreens in September quietly rolled up another handful of home infusion pharmacies.

Get out the pink, it's National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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10/07/2010

Women's health providers are putting on the pink, literally, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Proposed diabetes LCD 'dings' providers

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10/07/2010

BALTIMORE - Diabetes providers could find themselves shouldering a heavier burden if recent proposed coverage changes get approved.

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