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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

Phillips Respironics acquires medSage

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01/05/2011

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

An Inspired deal

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01/04/2011

DES MOINES, Iowa - Evo Medical Solutions got just what it wanted when it acquired Inspired Technologies in mid-December: control of what Evo CEO Dan Bunting considers game-changing technology, the SmartDose auto-adjusting conserving device.

Electric Mobility tells providers: We're back

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12/28/2010

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.

Collegre prez joins VGM

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12/21/2010

The VGM Group didn't mess around when it came to hiring its first-ever president of VGM Education.

Invacare, Motion Concepts join forces

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12/21/2010

Invacare continued its march toward greater operational efficiency in November, announcing that it had consolidated sales forces and product portfolios with Motion Concepts, a subsidiary that specializes in seating and positioning products.

Sunrise CEO: We're doing just fine

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12/21/2010

Sunrise Medical's most recent financial performance is the "the best the company has seen in many years," company CEO Thomas Rossnagel told HME News in early October. For the fiscal year that ended June 30, the company's global revenues exceeded $370 million, with about 40% of that coming from North America. Rossnagel did not have time for an interview with HME News regarding the company's most recent fiscal performance, but he did take time to respond to some written questions.

Big GPO gobbles MED up

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12/21/2010

By Mike Moran Executive Editor

Briefs: Chart buys SeQual for $40 million

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12/21/2010

Chart Industries agreed in December to acquire SeQual Technologies, a manufacturer of oxygen concentrators, including the Eclipse, a portable oxygen concentrator.

All shiny and new

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12/21/2010

PERMOBIL RECENTLY MOVED ITS NORTH AMERICAN headquarters into a new 120,000-square-foot facility in Lebanon, Tenn. In addition to innovations that make the company more efficient, the new location incorporates a variety of green-building technologies that help conserve energy and reduce overall operating costs. These features include low-flow fixtures, 90 skylights, LED efficiency lighting and a recycling program that processes five tons of cardboard annually.

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