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ResMed loses CEO to CareFusion

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01/31/2011

SAN DIEGO – Kieran Gallahue has resigned as CEO and president of ResMed to become CEO of CareFusion, both companies announced today.

Female incontinence: It's no laughing matter

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01/27/2011

PHILADELPHIA - Take a gander at this data regarding female incontinence, courtesy of a new market survey by SCA, which makes Tena bladder protection products: Only 16% of women 45 and older are likely to discuss incontinence with their doctors.

Reporter's notebook

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01/23/2011

People put tennis balls on their walkers all the time so they can slide their walker along the ground more easily. There’s only one problem: Tennis balls stuck to the legs of a walker look cheap and unattractive.

Keep on rolling

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01/23/2011

KENNEWICK, Wash. ­– Ultralight wheelchair manufacturer TiLite has rolled out some big moves recently.

Briefs: Philips Respironics acquires medSage

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01/23/2011

PITTSBURGH – Royal Philips Electronics (Respironics) in January acquired medSage Technologies, a provider of patient-management software designed to help HME providers improve compliance and outcomes, and streamline the re-supply process for patients with OSA, diabetes an

F&P helps with sales

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01/23/2011

IRVINE, Calif. ­– Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has launched a suite of sales and marketing tools to help its HME customers enhance their clinical reputation and boost business.

Pride starts speaking in QR codes

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01/18/2011

EXETER, Pa. - Pride Mobility Products added some high-tech muscle to its marketing department recently when it began imbedding quick-response (QR) codes into some of its ads.

Invacare joins Medical Mart movement

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01/13/2011

ELYRIA, Ohio – A familiar name in the HME industry announced last week that it’s throwing its weight behind the Cleveland Medical Mart & Convention Center (Cleveland MMCC).

Electric Mobility tells providers: We're back

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01/06/2011

SEWELL, N.J. - Electric Mobility, which pulled the plug on its dealer division nine years ago to focus on the more lucrative direct-to-consumer market, is once again courting HME providers.

In brief: Philips buys medSage, FDA warns Invacare

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01/06/2011

PITTSBURGH - Royal Philips Electronics (Respironics) has acquired medSage Technologies, a provider of patient management software designed to help HME providers improve compliance and outcomes, and streamline the re-supply process for patients with OSA, diabetes and other

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