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WellSky rebrands services

March 5, 2020HME News Staff

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - WellSky has launched WellSky Services to offer expertise from the company's team of industry and software experts. The launch also formally rebrands WellSky subsidiary, Fazzi Associates, as part of WellSky Services. “We're strengthening our commitment to client success by delivering top-of-the-line services to improve all aspects of our clients' businesses,” said Bill Miller, CEO of WellSky. “Officially integrating Fazzi into the overall WellSky brand increases...

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Home infusion stakeholders push for temporary payment

December 19, 2017HME News Staff

MCKINNEY, Texas - Also trying to push legislation across the finish line before the end of this year: home infusion stakeholders. S. 1738 and H.R. 3178 would create a temporary payment for clinical services for home infusion services beginning in 2019, bridging a gap until a permanent payment goes into effect in 2021. At press time, S. 1738 had 27 co-sponsors. H.R. 3178 has already passed by a voice vote. “We are hopeful the Senate will take action before year-end to close the gap in care that...

Home Infusion, Legislation, services, temporary payment

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Providers put services on chopping block

April 18, 2014Leah Hoenen

YARMOUTH, Maine - An overwhelming majority of respondents to a recent HME Newspoll (91%) said lower reimbursement has driven them to cut back on services over the last year.The area where they've cut the most: deliveries (44%).“(We) simply can't afford to send a service technician to a patient's home for free,” said Roger Lichty of Rockford, Ill.-based RRTS Mobility Connection.Instead, companies like Granada Hills, Ca.-based Wishing U Well Medical ask patients to pick up supplies or drop...

Cut Backs, Deliveries, NewsPoll, services

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On the Editor's Desk

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October 30, 2012Liz Beaulieu, Editor

I had an interesting conversation with Bob McCoy this week. McCoy is a respiratory therapist (RT) and the managing director of Valley Inspired Products. It turns out he'll be giving a presentation at the AARC Congress 2012 next month in New Orleans about how RTs need to be identifying opportunities to provide value-added care in this challenging environment. Sounds like your standard fare, right? Opportunities and challenging environment have to be three of the most frequently written words by the...

Home Medical Equipment, New business model, respiratory, services

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