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CQRC expresses ‘disappointment’ over House inaction

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06/24/2016

WASHINGTON – The Council for Quality Respiratory Care has called on Congressional leaders to act on legislation that would retroactively delay cuts that go into effect July 1.

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer, or something like that

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

AAHomecare is in a difficult position. It is the industry’s national association, yet it has a relatively small membership. As such, non-members are often prone to question the association’s motives on a variety of issues.

Survey on oxygen reform says...

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Eighty-one percent of the 154 respondents to a recent NAIMES poll support reducing payments for stationary-only patients if it means maintaining payments for stationary-portable patients and increasing payments for portable patients.

Oxygen reform: Comprise...what compromise?

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Monday, August 24, 2009

Imagine my surprise this morning, when I checked my inbox and found this e-mail from a reader responding to our NewsWire story on stakeholders reaching a compromise on oxygen reform:

Report from Invacare Media Day: The world could be passing us by

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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Invacare officials worry that the HME industry may be blowing its chance at reforming the oxygen benefit by failing to speak with a common voice.

HME Expo, Day 2

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Friday, April 24, 2009

U Turn video Industry stakeholders told attendees of the HME Exposition & Conference today that they expect a bill to be introduced in the next few weeks that would repeal the 36-month oxygen cap.

Oxygen reform: This just in

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

AAHomecare's board of directors has approved the 15-point plan for oxygen reform. That's the plan with the two last-minute additions to reclassify suppliers as providers and require cost reporting.

Something to root for

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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Powder video AAHomecare announced this week that it has formed the New Oxygen Coalition (NOC) to "resolve issues" related to reforming the Medicare oxygen benefit.