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Firm close to buying Drive, sources say

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08/11/2016

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Buyout firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice is in talks to buy Drive DeVilbiss for about $750 million, according to Reuters.

Change of focus drives improvements at Invacare

‘We are really not about the consent decree,’ top exec tells investors
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08/05/2016

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare is holding tight to an improvement in gross margin for its beleaguered North America HME division as a sign that its turnaround efforts are paying off.

ResMed looks for growth in resupplies

‘I think there is a lot of runway (in that business),’ says top exec
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08/05/2016

SAN DIEGO – ResMed invested $1 billion in acquisitions in fiscal year 2016. Now, the company is “laser focused” on getting a return on its investment, says CEO Mick Farrell.

Inogen raises revenue guidance

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08/05/2016

GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen has reported double-digit increases in total revenues and net income for the second quarter ended June 30, 2016.

NightBalance’s position

Company plans U.S. launch for product that treats positional sleep apnea
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07/29/2016

DELFT, Netherlands – NightBalance BV plans to use a recent EUR $12.5 million round of financing to bankroll a U.S. launch into the alternative sleep therapy market.

Q&A: Bob Soltis

Former ALJ tells all
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07/29/2016

CLEVELAND – Spoken like a true lawyer, Bob Soltis’ advice for HME providers working claims through the Medicare appeals process: be brief and be concise.

Earnings: Invacare reports losses, ResMed reports growth

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07/29/2016

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare posted second quarter losses today, but remains excited as it continues to shift from a general DME company to one more focused on clinically complex care, says Matthew Monaghan.

ResMed on growth ‘trajectory’

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07/29/2016

SAN DIEGO – ResMed ended its fiscal year 2016 with double-digit growth and is on a “trajectory to be the world’s leading tech-driven medical device company,” say company execs.

Invacare reports second quarter losses

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07/28/2016

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare posted second quarter losses today, but remains excited as it continues to shift from a general DME company to one more focused on clinically complex care, says Matthew Monaghan.

Company creates path to savings

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07/25/2016

MONSEY, N.Y. – WTI Outsourcing says it has the key to HME providers saving money: using overseas employees to do their back office operations.

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