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Update on GF's 'Made in the USA Strategic Initiative'

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11/28/2011

ATLANTA – Graham-Field (GF) has further cemented its commitment to manufacturing its Patriot Homecare Bed in the United States with two recent investments.

DeVilbiss re-emerges

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11/22/2011

SOMERSET, Pa. – DeVilbiss Healthcare’s split from Sunrise Medical may seem like old news, but it’s not.

Feeding and feedback

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11/21/2011

ATLANTA - To make a sound product, CMB Solutions believes its users must sound off about it. That's why the Carmel, Ind.-based software company invited 15 HME industry users to lunch at Medtrade for an informal idea exchange on ways to improve its Automated Patient Contact System.

Invacare urges providers to 'Act Now'

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11/21/2011

ELYRIA, Ohio - With Round 2's imminent rollout, Invacare knows a new group of HME providers is scrambling for strategies to deal with competitive bidding. That's why it launched a program at Medtrade in October called "Act Now, Ask Me How."

Inogen settles into role as HME provider

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11/21/2011

GOLETA, Calif. - Inogen had a busy end to 2011. The manufacturer-provider of portable oxygen concentrators (POCs) expanded its geographic reach into Tennessee and Florida, and won a contract to provide products and services to TriCare military members in 21 states.

ResMed reports drop in earnings

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11/02/2011

SAN DIEGO - Revenues were up and profits were down at ResMed for the quarter ended Sept 30, 2011.

Customer comments

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10/30/2011

SUNRISE, Fla. - HME providers know consultant Louis Feuer best for his energetic appearances at industry events, where he doles out sales, marketing and customer service advice. Now he also has something tangible to offer them.

HQAA puts billers to the test

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10/30/2011

WATERLOO, Iowa - HQAA planned a "soft launch" for a new accreditation program specifically for third-party billing companies at Medtrade in October.

Invacare lays off 50

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10/13/2011

ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare, one of the HME industry's largest manufacturers, laid off about 50 employees earlier this month in response to mounting reimbursement cuts.

Drive Medical buys Inovo/Chad Therapeutics

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10/13/2011

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. - Drive Medical announced last week that it has acquired Inovo/Chad Therapeutics, paving the way for it to become a more significant player in the respiratory market.

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