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Taking stock

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07/26/2011

Provider David Baxter switched from Pacware to Brightree in October of 2009, just before the acquisition. He says Brightree's advanced reporting capabilities have helped him increase his collection rate from 85% to 96%, adding about $500,000 to his bottom line in the first year alone.

Covidien enjoys sales increase

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07/25/2011

MANSFIELD, Mass. - Covidien reported a 14% increase in net sales for its fiscal third quarter, which ended June 30. Net sales were $2.93 billion, compared to $2.56 billion a year ago.

Manufacturers find refuge overseas

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07/21/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine – With reimbursement cuts and other pressures in the United States, a bright spot for some HME manufacturers are sales outside of the country.

A CPAP that travels

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07/14/2011

MINNEAPOLIS - With the market for CPAP devices locked up tighter than Fort Knox, Somnetics knew it'd have to come up with something "dramatically different" to succeed.

A CPAP that travels

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07/11/2011

MINNEAPOLIS – With the market for CPAP devices locked up tighter than Fort Knox, Somnetics knew it’d have to come up with something “dramatically different” to succeed.

A reason to celebrate

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07/07/2011

CARSON, Calif. - When the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition announced its Community Leadership Award winners for 2011, Sue Chen landed on a list that included Nike.

Liquid O2 poised for comeback

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07/07/2011

MURRYSVILLE, Pa. - If you're an HME provider and you think liquid oxygen is too costly to provide, Philips Respironics wants you to think again.

A reason to celebrate

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07/05/2011

CARSON, Calif. – When the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition announced its Community Leadership Award winners for 2011, Sue Chen landed on a list that included Nike.

medSage offers range of services

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06/23/2011

PITTSBURGH - John Durkee doesn't deny the perception that medSage Technologies is "a CPAP company" that, for the most part, helps HME providers contact patients about replacing supplies like masks.

Vendors dissect GAO study

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06/23/2011

YARMOUTH, Maine - Did anyone else raise an eyebrow when the Government Accountability Office stated in a recent report that use of portable oxygen concentrators has gone down while use of stationary concentrators has gone up from 2001 to 2008?

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