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Sage Medical finds way to grow supplies biz


DOWNINGTON, Pa. – Sage Medical Supply has secured contracts with approximately 80% of Pennsylvania’s insurers, including commercial payers and Medicaid managed care plans, in the two years since its launch, says Robert Robinson, operations manager.

Ascension bundles post-acute care services

'With DME and home infusion, in particular, we see those two areas as significant opportunities for us to grow,’ says new exec

ST. LOUIS – Home health care is the only industry Danny Stricker knows.

CPAP EquipSource bets on choice

‘We find that patients want to try (something) different’

MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, Ohio - CPAP users who don’t have insurance or don’t want to deal with it will feel at home at CPAP EquipSource, a new cash-only provider in Ohio.

Byram advocates for working women

They’re a key customer for the company, which sells about 15,000 breast pumps each month

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Breast pumps allow women to return to work while still nursing, but many don’t know they have rights to make that transition easier. That’s something Byram Healthcare wants to change, says CEO Perry Bernocchi.

Supplies market puts providers in tough spot


YARMOUTH, Maine – Dwindling reimbursement for disposable medical supplies is hampering patients when it comes to choice, say providers.

NHIA: CMS still doesn’t get it


WASHINGTON – CMS’s recent proposed rule on payments for home infusion services “rearranges dollars,” but fails to fix fundamental structural issues with the benefit, says the National Home Infusion Association.

Viemed reports growth, eyes new markets


LAFAYETTE, La. – Viemed Healthcare cracked the Florida market in the second quarter of 2019 and has a goal of being in the lower 48 states within the next year or so, CEO Casey Hoyt said during a recent earnings call.

New white paper: Vents are ‘not your ordinary DME’


YARMOUTH, Maine – Providing non-invasive ventilation in the home is expensive, but worth every penny, says Roxanne Vennard, who co-chaired a workgroup of the AAHomecare HME/RT Council that produced a

Viemed posts gains in revenue, patient growth


LAFAYETTE, La. – Viemed Healthcare reported revenue of $22.5 million for the second quarter of 2019, a 45% increase compared to the same period last year. It reported net income of $1.8 million, a 23% decrease.

BioScrip, Option Care report earnings

Merger expected to be complete in August

DENVER – Ahead of their planned merger, BioScrip and Option Care both reported increased revenues for the second quarter of 2019.