Also Noted

Stakeholders debut online bidding resource

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10/19/2018

WASHINGTON  – AAHomecare and other industry groups have rolled out a resource to help providers prepare for the next round of Medicare’s competitive bidding program.

J & B Medical delivers HME to those in need

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10/19/2018

NICEVILLE, Fla. – J & B Medical has been pitching in to help those in the Florida Panhandle who have been affected by Hurricane Michael, the third-most intense Atlantic hurricane to make landfall in the U.S.

The Safety Sleeper now sold through Numotion

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10/19/2018

PITTSBURGH – Abram’s Nation, a manufacturer of products for the special needs community, says The Safety Sleeper has been added to Numotion’s lineup of products.

VGM calls for speakers

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10/19/2018

WATERLOO, Iowa – VGM is accepting proposals from prospective speakers for its annual Heartland Conference.

Reliable Respiratory expands in southern New England

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10/18/2018

NORWOOD, Mass. – Reliable Respiratory has acquired Attleboro, Mass.-based Attleboro Area Medical Equipment. The deal allows Reliable to strengthen its presence in southern New England.

Parent company of GCE Healthcare acquired

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10/18/2018

ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, Md. – GCE Group, the parent company of GCE Healthcare, has been acquired by ESAB Welding & Cutting Products.

Stratice integrates with Brightree

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10/18/2018

CARMEL, Ind. – Stratice Healthcare has integrated its eOrders Plus into Brightree’s ePrescribe solution to allow HME providers to receive and initiate fully electronic eOrders.

Aeroflow named to top 40 in NC

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10/12/2018

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare has received the North Carolina Mid-Market Fast 40 Award. Each year, the award recognizes 40 businesses in the state that demonstrated sustained revenue and employment growth over the previous three years.

PFF ramps up education

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10/12/2018

CHICAGO – The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation has launched a new educational website: AboutPF.org.

CMS suspends certain requirements in hurricane’s wake

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10/11/2018

WASHINGTON – CMS will temporarily suspend certain requirements for Medicare beneficiaries who have lost or sustained damage to the DMEPOS as a result of Hurricane Michael.

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