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Ford, GE step up to produce vents

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04/01/2020

DEARBORN, Mich. – Ford Motor Company, in collaboration with GE Healthcare, will begin producing a third-party ventilator with the goal of producing 50,000 units within 100 days and up to 30,000 a month thereafter as needed.

Sunset Healthcare enters CPAP cleaning market

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03/30/2020

CHICAGO – The new Zoey CPAP cleaning device from Sunset Healthcare Solutions is the company’s first foray into manufacturing a more complicated device.

PlayMaker chases real-time visibility

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03/27/2020

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – PlayMaker Health’s new CEO Gregg Boyle wants to reduce the shelf life of the claims data that its customers are using to 45 days.

ResMed ramps up production

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03/24/2020

SAN DIEGO – ResMed is looking to double or triple its output of ventilators and increase more than tenfold its production of masks, says CEO Mick Farrell.

Ventec partners with GM to ramp up production

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03/24/2020

BOTELL, Wash. – Ventec Life Systems is collaborating with GM to increase production of its respiratory care products to support the growing fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

Invacare shares mixed impact from coronavirus pandemic

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03/24/2020

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare provided a business update on March 23, saying demand for respiratory products and beds has increased dramatically but demand for mobility and seating products has slowed.

Invacare sells Dynamic Controls

Dynamic Controls will continue to provide ongoing supply, support of LiNX system
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03/10/2020

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare has completed the sale of its Dynamic Controls subsidiary to Amherst, N.Y.-based Allied Motion Technologies.

Manufacturers weigh impact of coronavirus

ResMed, Inogen, Philips and F&P have all made comments
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03/06/2020

YARMOUTH, Maine – It’s too early to say how much the coronavirus outbreak is affecting their supply chains, HME manufacturers say, but there could be other trickle-down effects.

CPAP manufacturers address certain cleaning devices

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03/06/2020

YARMOUTH, Maine – Two of the largest manufacturers of CPAP devices say using ozone to clean and sanitize their products may affect warranties.

Makers of CPAP cleaning devices respond

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03/06/2020

YARMOUTH, Maine – SoClean will cover the cost of repairs for three years “in the unlikely event” that ozone from its product damages ResMed’s AirSense 10.

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