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Bid relief: Time to rack up co-signers, stakeholders say

‘It’s not time for grassroots to sit back’
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09/21/2017

WASHINGTON – Rep. Cathy McMorris-Rodgers, R-Wash., began circulating a sign-on letter Sept. 19 to put pressure on the Office of Management and Budget to move on a competitive bidding-related interim final rule that’s currently under its review.

Bid relief update: House applies pressure on OMB

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09/20/2017

WASHINGTON – Rep. Cathy McMorris-Rodgers, R-Wash., has launched a congressional sign-on letter that asks the Office of Management and Budget to clear a competitive bidding-related interim final rule currently under its review, AAHomecare reports.

Diplomat Pharmacy targets key markets

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09/19/2017

FLINT, Mich. – Diplomat Pharmacy has acquired Focus Rx Pharmacy Services, a specialty and infusion pharmacy with two locations in New York state.

Poll: United on sleep screening, divided on regulation

‘Transportation workers should be screened, but (it shouldn’t be a) carte blanche,’ said one respondent
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09/15/2017

YARMOUTH, Maine – Requiring transportation workers to get screened for sleep apnea is a “no brainer,” say respondents to a recent HME Newspoll.

SuperCare Health makes it work

‘I think being focused on your core strengths and hyper-focused on technology solutions is absolutely critical’
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09/15/2017

DOWNEY, Calif. – SuperCare Health picked up more than 20,000 patients and $25 million in additional revenues when it acquired the respiratory assets of LifeCare Solutions, which decided to exit the California market this summer.

In brief: Norco expands footprint, HealthSplash buys DMERX

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09/15/2017

BOISE, Idaho – Norco has acquired Freedom Medical Supply in Yakima, Wash., a strategic addition to its existing business in central Washington. Norco will assume ownership of Freedom Medical Supply on Oct. 1.

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HME NewsPoll October 2017

In 100 words or less, please answer: Why do you think certain transportation workers should (or shouldn’t) be required to to get screened for sleep disorders? Why do you think awareness of sleep disorders is (or isn’t) increasing?