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New wheelchair technology attracts investment

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01/06/2016

FITCHBURG, Wis. – Rowheels, the developer of a reverse propulsion technology for manual wheelchairs, has secured a $1.5 million investment led by WISC Partners, a Madison, Wis.-based strategic operating capital fund.

Z1 Auto CPAP gets upgrade

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12/30/2015

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Human Design Capital has released a firmware upgrade for its Z1 Auto CPAP machine and Nitelog App for Android devices.

You don’t implement technology because Medicare will pay you for it

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

I talked about technology with the head of a large visiting nurse organization last week.

By large, I mean 2,000 employees and a $175 million budget.

Cape Medical Supply earns spot on Inc. list

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08/14/2015

SANDWICH, Mass. – Cape Medical Supply has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies in the country for the sixth time. Claiming No.

Hit the sweet spot and other words of wisdom, Part 1

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

I asked this year’s slate of speakers for the HME News Business Summit what different avenues they think HME providers should be exploring, and what risks they should be taking.

Here’s how you can hit the sweet spot and other words of wisdom.

Quantum Rehab turns feedback into solutions

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06/26/2015

EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab has implemented a cloud-based application that allows its field staff to collect real-time feedback from consumers, clinicians and providers, and provide it to corporate departments via smartphone, tablet or computer.

Stratice Healthcare partners with NewCrop

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04/09/2015

CARMEL, Ind. – Stratice Healthcare and NewCrop have partnered to provide an integrated HME ordering solution for electronic health record systems.

RESNA supports tech innovation

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04/09/2015

NEW YORK – RESNA has partnered with New York University and AT&T on Connect Ability, a competition offering more than $100,000 in prizes to developers for software, wearable and other technology solutions that enhance the lives of people with disabilities.

Tech talk

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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Is it me, or is healthcare-related technology popping up more than usual lately?

Sleep, COPD apps developed, tested

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04/01/2015

BALTIMORE ­– Doctors at Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep have developed a new mobile app, called MySleep101, to help doctors who are not specially trained better identify patients who might have a chronic sleep disorder, the Baltimore Business Journal repor

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