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Avid Rehab goes to market


CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Avid, the new complex rehab division of Merits Health Products, has launched its first power wheelchair and has added two industry veterans to its team to promote the product.

Pride Mobility Products expands manufacturing in US


EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products has begun manufacturing its lift chairs in a wholly owned, vertically integrated manufacturing plant in Pontotoc, Miss.

Pride’s lift chairs are manufactured from start to finish at the plant, called Pride Mississippi.

Allegiance Group redirects

As result of rebrand, company ushers in number of changes to ‘ignite possibilities’ for independent HME providers

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – A/R Allegiance Group has gone through a dizzying amount of changes this year, from top to bottom.

CareCentrix builds bridge to home


HARTFORD, Conn. – CareCentrix has launched a cloud-based platform that connects patients to the providers and care they need when they’re discharged from the hospital. 

Invacare offloads ProBasics

Monaghan calls it ‘another step in our transformation’

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare has sold a subsidiary that sources and distributes primarily single-use products under ProBasics by PMI to Compass Health Brands for about $13.8 million in cash, the company announced on Sept. 30.

Invacare, Hill-Rom see stock movement


ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare recently lost one investor, but gained two.

GF builds community

Company repositions itself as resource to providers

ATLANTA – As competitive bidding drives HME providers to look for new markets, GF Health Products wants to be their connector.

Drive taps into new investor

Company acknowledges change, but sees opportunity

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – With a forthcoming “significant investment” from New York-based private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare is ready to double down on the HME industry, a company exec says.

Q&A: Ron Dixon of Laboratory Tactical Consulting

‘The Professor’ on dissecting a problem

ATLANTA – If Ron Dixon could give just two pieces of advice to HME providers who are struggling, it’s this: Find your niche and tighten up your operations.

CD&R pulls trigger on Drive


NEW YORK – Clayton, Dubilier & Rice will make a “significant equity investment” in Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, the companies announced today.

CD&R will make the investment, “alongside existing management,” according to a press release.