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Bid winners and losers need new strategic plans

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08/05/2010

YARMOUTH, Maine - Competitive bidding will reduce Medicare reimbursement by 32%, on average, and it's going to be tougher than ever for HME providers--winners and losers--to borrow money to help grow their businesses.

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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