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Inova Labs gets picky with providers

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11/30/2010

AUSTIN, Texas - Inova Labs isn't going to sell its portable oxygen concentrator, LifeChoice, to just any old HME provider.

Mixon steps down as Invacare CEO; Blouch promoted to top spot

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11/23/2010

ELYRIA, Ohio - Mal Mixon stepped down as CEO of Invacare last week after 32 years at the helm and passed the baton to President Gerry Blouch, who joined the company 20 years ago as its first chief financial officer.

Dr. Comfort jumps into hosiery

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11/23/2010

MEQUON, Wis. - Dr. Comfort rounded out its diabetic footwear products this fall by kicking off its first ever line of compression hosiery.

Nonin Medical to the rescue

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11/23/2010

ALEX VEGA SALAZAR gives the thumbs up in October after being pulled from a mine in Coplapo, Chile, where he and 32 other miners were trapped for 70 days nearly one-half mile underground.

Briefs: LifeGas, ResMed, Pride, MED

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11/23/2010

LifeGas permit helps cut cylinder costs

Bariatrics offers 'potentially explosive' growth

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11/23/2010

BRYAN, Ohio - The market for bariatric HME products shows no signs of slowing down, and no one knows that better than the folks at Gendron, who in October moved into a new assembly facility for the second time in five years.

POC manufacturer goes direct, wins six bidding contracts

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11/11/2010

GOLETA, Calif. - When most HME providers said "No thanks" to Inogen's portable oxygen concentrator, the company said, "Okay, we'll do it ourselves."

POC manufacturer wins six bidding contracts

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11/09/2010

GOLETA, Calif. - When most HME providers said "No thanks" to Inogen's portable oxygen concentrator, the company said, "Okay, we'll do it ourselves." The result: Inogen won competitive bidding contracts in six cities: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Dallas and Riverside.

Do you know where your sales reps are?

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10/31/2010

HME providers can wave good-bye to the days when sales reps and other field staff padded their mileage reports and felt free to take off the afternoon and go golfing or shopping, say officials at On-Board Communications.

The good news/bad news about sleep

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10/31/2010

It doesn't look like the sleep market in the United States is going to slow down anytime soon.
"That is bad for society, in one sense, but it's an opportunity to bring our solutions to bear and improve the lives of people," Eoghan O'Lionaird, senior vice president, sleep, for Philips Respironics told HME News TV.

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