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Brightree buys CAU

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08/05/2010

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- Brightree picked up 300 new customers last week when it acquired Computer Applications Unlimited (CAU), but don't expect this deal to kick off an acquisition binge for the software big wig.

Breaking News: Brightree acquires CAU

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08/01/2010

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga, -- HME software vendor Brightree announced this morning that it has acquired a key competitor, Computer Applications Unlimited (CAU).

In brief: KCI's income drops, Sunrise beefs up education

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07/28/2010

SAN ANTONIO - Kinetic Concepts, Inc. (KCI), a manufacturer of negative pressure devices, reported last week that its net income fell 8% in the second quarter of 2010 to $53.6 million. Revenues rose 1% to $497.8 million for the same time period.

Competitive bidding survival guides from MED and VGM

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07/28/2010

LUBBOCK, Texas - The MED Group intends to "fight like hell" to eliminate competitive bidding, but until that happens, it's laid out a multi-pronged strategy to help members survive.

Competitive bidding: How do you survive the impossible?

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07/27/2010

WATERLOO, Iowa - The VGM Group is on the road this summer to help competitive bidding winners and losers make the best of an impossible situation.

Briefs: MK Battery, Brightree, Invacare

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07/22/2010

MK Battery pledges money to AAH, NCART, NRRTS

Definitive hooks up IV to HME

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07/22/2010

WESTERVILLE, Ohio - Definitive Homecare Solutions is pumping up its efforts to reel in more HME customers.

New breast form tackles high heat

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07/22/2010

KENNESAW, Ga. -- Amoena recently released its most effective product to date for women with "extreme heat issues," said Valerie Esquilla, breast form product manager.

Worthington: We're going to 'dazzle'

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07/22/2010

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Worthington Cylinders recently let it be known loud and clear that it plans to be a major player in the home respiratory market.

Q&A: Women's health

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07/22/2010

The last 20 years have been quite a ride for Linda Jackson and other breast-cancer survivors. When Jackson had her first mastectomy 25 years ago, the environment for women was "degrading." There were very few bras, prosthetic breast forms or other post-surgery products.

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