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Graymark Healthcare's earnings up

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03/29/2011

It looks like Graymark Healthcare's renewed focus on sleep is paying off: Revenues increased 30% in 2010, the provider reported March 28.
Revenues for the year ended Dec. 31, 2010 were $22.8 million up from $17.6 million in 2009. The increase is attributed to, among other things, added revenues from Graymark's acquisitions of Somni sleep centers in 2009.

First person: Audit keeping you up?

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03/24/2011

Provider Gary Rench owns a small DME company, Sandcreek Medical in Sandpoint, Idaho. In an e-mail to HME News, he says he's just a normal guy trying to play by the rules and make a living.

Reliable Respiratory takes show on road

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03/24/2011

Respiratory therapist Bob Chase likes to help people get a good night's sleep, and now he's hitting the open road to do just that.
Chase is director of clinical services for Reliable Respiratory, which in January launched the CPAP Road Tour, a yearlong series of educational events that will be held throughout New England.

Provider becomes triple treat with sleep lab venture

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03/24/2011

They don't do anything small at Active Healthcare, so when the CPAP provider decided recently to get into the diagnostic side of sleep, it opened not one, but three sleep labs.

Briefs: MIT Holding boosts mail order presence

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03/24/2011

SAVANNAH, Ga. - MIT Holding got a lot bigger in February when it acquired National Direct Home Pharmacy and Palmetto Long Term Care Pharmacy. The deal creates a home delivery/mail order pharmacy with annual gross sales of $18 million, MIT said in a release.

Neb-meds: Budesonide plunges, bill could provide relief

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03/24/2011

BALTIMORE - One quarter you're up, the next quarter you're down, at least if you're a provider who dispenses the nebulizer drug budesonide.

AASM launches accreditation program for home sleep testing

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03/08/2011

DARIEN, Ill. - Diversifying into the home sleep testing business may be a little more attractive to HME providers, now that the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has given it a vote of confidence.

CMS admits RAC got it wrong

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03/03/2011

FARGO, N.D. - CMS plans to halt automated CPAP audits in Jurisdiction D after learning that its contractor has misinterpreted Medicare policy, AAHomecare reported last week.

CMS admits RAC got it wrong

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03/02/2011

CMS plans to halt automated CPAP audits in Jurisdiction D after learning that its contractor has misinterpreted Medicare policy, AAHomecare reported this week.

Association launches online show

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02/27/2011

HOUSTON - Rhonda Turner is taking to the airwaves with a call-in radio show.

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