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Briefs: Mediware expands HME presence

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04/25/2011

LENEXA, Kan. - Mediware has acquired the assets of CareCentric's home medical equipment, home health and home infusion software businesses, it announced in April.

The van Halem Group adds compliance services

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04/25/2011

ATLANTA - HC Comply will become part of The van Halem Group effective May 16, the companies announced April 25.

Radtke aims to boost 'captive' oxygen cash sales

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04/21/2011

SAN DIEGO – Four years after retiring from SeQual Technologies, founder Ed Radtke is back with a new company and a new mission—to help providers reap elusive oxygen-related cash sales.

Invacare: We can't absorb all cost increases

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04/07/2011

ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare will raise prices on select products May 1, 2011.

Mediware expands HME presence

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03/31/2011

LENEXA, Kan. - Mediware plans to acquire the assets of CareCentric’s home medical equipment, home health and home infusion software businesses, it announced March 31.

Briefs: Pride announces stops for new tour

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03/24/2011

Pride Mobility and Quantum Rehab announced in February the stops for its new educational tour. The 2011 Professional Education Partnership will stop in 24 cities beginning in Orlando in March and ending in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., in October. The tour features courses like "Mobility Product Troubleshooting and Repair."

Omhu brings 'excitement' to HME

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03/24/2011

NEW YORK - The stylish elements that draw consumers to products offered by IKEA and Apple will soon play a big part in home medical equipment, according to Susan Towers.

Is the end near for heat therapy?

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03/24/2011

CMS seems intent on "killing the code" for heat therapy units (E0217) by reducing reimbursement for the products to a pittance, says Scott Gammons, vice president of Adroit Medical Systems.

To the rescue: The Audit Team

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03/24/2011

What separates Canton, Ohio-based The Audit Team, a new group of consultants that helps home medical equipment providers prepare for, fight and win audits, from the rest of the pack? First-hand experience, they say.

Wireless platform saves providers a trip

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03/17/2011

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - VirtuOx plans to launch in April a wireless overnight oximetry platform that company officials say will save HME providers $50 to $75 per test by eliminating at least one trip to a patient's home.

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