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Pandemic impacts patient volume, survey says

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06/03/2020

NEW YORK – Respondents report, on average, a 4.1% decline in their sleep resupply business due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the “2Q20 HME Oxygen, Sleep and Complex Rehab Survey by Needham and HME News.”

Incontinence affects majority of middle-aged women, Aeroflow study finds

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05/20/2020

ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Almost 72% of women between ages 40-64 have experienced bladder control or leakage issues, according to a survey sponsored by Aeroflow Healthcare.

Survey predicts nice bump in POC adoption

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01/29/2020

NEW YORK – Portable oxygen concentrators are expected to increase from 23.9% of the ambulatory oxygen market to 28.2% over the next 12 months, according to the results of a new survey from Needham.

Majority of consumers are comfortable with digital health, ResMed survey finds

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10/24/2019

SAN DIEGO – Fifty six percent of 3,000 Americans sampled say they currently monitor their health with at least one digital data collection tool, according to a new survey from ResMed and Edelman Intelligence.

Home infusion gets high marks from patients, survey finds

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09/17/2019

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Home and specialty infusion patients are very satisfied with their care, according to the first quarter results of the National Home Infusion Foundation’s Home Infusion Patient Satisfaction Benchmarking Program.

Not enough breastfeeding moms know their rights, Byram survey finds

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08/01/2019

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Fewer than one in five working moms who breastfeed know their rights in the workplace, according to a survey commissioned by Byram Healthcare. Wakefield Research, which conducted the survey, polled 1,000 working moms in the U.S.

PFQC launches consumer survey

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04/02/2019

WATERLOO, Iowa – People for Quality Care has launched a survey for Medicare beneficiaries and family caregivers to measure their experiences getting durable medical equipment and supplies.

ATP survey paints gray picture

‘There are not a lot of ATPs below that 42 age group’
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08/17/2018

PITTSBURGH – Complex rehab stakeholders need to recruit more ATPs—stat.

Nearly 25% of the current pool of ATPs could be retired in five years, according to the results of a recent survey conducted by the University of Pittsburgh and NCART.

In brief: VGM rolls out bid-related tools, CRT providers report reduced access

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08/17/2018

WATERLOO, Iowa – The VGM Group has released an interactive tool that allows providers to assess what areas CMS has deemed bid, non-rural, rural and non-contiguous.

AAH surveys providers on PMD demo

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05/15/2018

WASHINGTON – AAHomecare’s Complex Rehab & Mobility Council is collecting feedback from providers about the prior authorization demonstration project for power mobility devices currently taking place in 19 states.

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