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Feds give MedForce the thumbs up

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09/26/2010

CHESTNUT RIDGE, N.Y. - When MedForce Technologies learned in July that its business software qualified as a "certified" electronic health record module, company officials did not take the news sitting down.

Invacare offers CPR to gasping providers

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09/26/2010

ELYRIA, Ohio - If the industry fails to delay the elimination of the first-month purchase option for power wheelchairs, Invacare plans to give CPR to providers who need it.

New England providers turn up the heat on Invacare

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09/23/2010

ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare's got some serious damage control to do in New England, where providers are upset that the manufacturer bought a company that competes with them for hospice contracts.

New England providers turn up the heat on Invacare

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09/21/2010

NEW BEDFORD, Mass. - Invacare's got some serious damage control to do in New England, where providers are upset that the manufacturer bought a company that competes with them for hospice contracts.

Seat cushions

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09/07/2010

BELLEVILLE, Ill. - It may too late for Round 1 of national competitive bidding, which kicks off Jan. 1, but The ROHO Group is trying to get adjustable seat cushions carved out of Round 2.

Talk about a face lift

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09/02/2010

IRVINE, Caif. - Fisher & Paykel is no longer the "ugly duckling" when it comes to CPAP therapy.

Reporter's notebook: 'Seniors fear nursing homes more than death'

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09/02/2010

ELYRIA, Ohio - Dr. Steve Landers of the Cleveland Clinic said something very interesting last week at Invacare's annual Media Day. He called home care "futuristic."

Mediware likes what HME offers

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08/29/2010

Mediware Information Systems has $21 million in the bank and plans to spend a chunk of that developing software products and business services for HMEs and other alternate care providers.

Invacare shines in second quarter

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08/29/2010

Invacare outperformed Wall Street's expectations in the second quarter, and company officials feel good about their chances to operate successfully under competitive bidding.

Catching up with Drive Medical

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08/29/2010

For a company that's been quick to develop a DME product line that includes 2,500 items, Drive Medical has taken its sweet time rolling out an oxygen concentrator, but that was by design, said CEO Harvey Diamond.

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