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Roadrunner hightails it to Ohio

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10/31/2010

Roadrunner Mobility is not standing still.
Earlier this year, the Invacare subsidiary moved from Richardson,Texas, to an Invacare facility here, transitioned to a new computer system, reduced head count and streamlined its operation.

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.

So long, Mr. Weeks

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10/31/2010

Long-time industry consultant Wallace Weeks will call it quits at the end of this year and devote himself full time to his commercial photography business.

Earnings: Invacare, ResMed

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10/28/2010

ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare racked up organic growth of 2.4% in the third quarter, but the company still has a ways to go to reach its historic growth rate of 4% to 5%, interim CEO Gerald Blouch said last week during a call with financial analysts.

Bariatric market offers 'potentially explosive' growth for providers

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10/26/2010

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 earlier this month moved into a new assembly facility for the second time in five years.

So long, Wallace Weeks

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09/28/2010

MELBOURNE, Fla. - Long-time industry consultant Wallace Weeks will call it quits at the end of this year and devote himself full time to his commercial photography business.

Let business software help you avoid hard times

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09/26/2010

BILLINGS, Mont. - When it comes to business software, only about 10% of HME providers are early adopters. The rest take more time making up their minds before jumping in and implementing a new product.

Web wonders

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09/26/2010

Sunrise Medical recently launched a colorful new website for kids who use Zippie pedatric wheelchairs and for their parents.

Hands of fate

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09/26/2010

ERIE, Pa. - Dr. James Lin never intended to have anything to do with his family's shoe business. He grew up expecting to be a doctor, eventually becoming a geriatric specialist. Then his father got sick, and

everything changed.

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