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An online store made easy


MUNDELEIN, Ill. - Are you an HME provider who wants to add an online store to your website but don't have the time or expertise? Medline Industries now has a plug-and-play program for providers that can have them up and running within three weeks.

Briefs: ResMed goes high-tech


SAN DIEGO - ResMed has acquired BiancaMed, an Ireland-based manufacturer and distributor of a non-contact device for monitoring sleep and breathing in the home and hospital markets. BiancaMed's SleepMinder detects respiration and movement with biometric software. 

Who's in your big picture?


YARMOUTH, Maine - Paul Rising travels to 50 countries a year as senior vice president of international sales for Pride Mobility Products. Here's what he had to say about why providers should buy their products from a global manufacturer and more.

Competitive bidding tool kit for providers


Various organizations and consultants are offering services to help HME providers maneuver the competitive program.

New policies signal 'paradigm shift' in sleep testing


CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - VirtuOx, an IDTF for home sleep testing, stands to benefit significantly when UnitedHealthcare changes its clinical policies for treating patients with obstructive sleep apnea Oct. 1, 2011.

It's as simple as this: ResMed seeks growth


SAN DIEGO – Michael “Mick” Farrell, president of ResMed Americas, likes to call the company a 22-year-old start-up.

ResMed reports 'strong' earnings


SAN DIEGO – ResMed on Aug. 4 announced a 17% increase in revenue and a 10% increase in net income for the quarter ended June 30, 2011.

Revenue was $341.9 million for the quarter. Net income was $58.5 million.

'We're all in this together'


LUBBOCK, Texas – When it comes to competitive bidding, The MED Group wants HME providers to have all of their bases covered.

Providers need to rip 'complexities out of their businesses'


ELYRIA, Ohio - HME manufacturers and providers alike need to be strategic, not tactical, thinkers if they want to survive the next few years, says Invacare's Carl Will.