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ResMed does some spring cleaning

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05/30/2011

SAN DIEGO - ResMed last week announced a reorganization that, among other things, creates a new business unit: ResMed Ventures and Initiatives.

Vendors assess the damage

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05/25/2011

After reading in a local newspaper earlier this year that Ringgold, Ga.-based Fuller Rehab had gone bankrupt, owing $7 million to Pride Mobility Products, I called a few manufacturers.

ResMed does some spring cleaning

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05/23/2011

SAN DIEGO - ResMed this week announced a reorganization that, among other things, creates a new business unit: ResMed Ventures and Initiatives.

New vans fuel efficiency

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05/16/2011

MATTHEWS, N.C. - Snug Seat can better serve its HME provider customers now that all of its U.S. direct sales reps drive company-owned, full-sized Sprinter vans, company officials say.

A tax break for HME?

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05/05/2011

WASHINGTON - Industry stakeholders expect the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to make a decision this summer about whether or not to exempt home medical equipment from a 2.3% annual excise tax.

Are you an outlier?

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05/02/2011

If, as industry stakeholders suspect, CMS contractors are using denial rates to trigger audits, HME providers need to make sure they know two things, says Michael Sanderson, president of RemitData: 1.) what's their denial rate; and 2.) what's their denial rate compared to

Flowers reinvents himself

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04/28/2011

SEWELL, N.J. - As soon as Michael Flowers closed the door on one company, he opened the door on another.

Earnings: Invacare, ResMed

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04/28/2011

Invacare posts 'solid' first quarter

ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare last week reported net earnings of $7.45 million for the first quarter ended March 1, 2011, compared to $3.1 million for the same period last year.

Electric Mobility settles with the FTC

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04/28/2011

Is there a third reason that Electric Mobility will be ceasing operations sometime this summer?

Electric Mobility's days are numbered

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04/28/2011

SEWELL, N.J. - Despite 35 years in business and a recent attempt to revive its dealer division, Electric Mobility began winding down operations in April.

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