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Drive, DeVilbiss hammer away at integration


PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive Medical has completed a significant portion of its restructuring plan to integrate DeVilbiss Healthcare, the company announced August 14.

Conventional 02: 'It's declining, not dying'


Handling the traditional oxygen side of the respiratory business is likely to be a shrinking segment for most home medical equipment providers.

Study details important attributes in concentrators


SOMERSET, Pa. – Failure rate is the most important attribute for homecare providers in a 5-liter oxygen concentrator, according to a recent market research study conducted by DeVilbiss Healthcare.

DeVilbiss rolls out online ordering system


SOMERSET, Penn. – DeVilbiss Healthcare is offering U.S. customers another option to place orders for respiratory products.

Sleep market shows no signs of dozing off


The sleep therapy market has since shrugged off the interruption of Round 2 of competitive bidding and is now finding its equilibrium.

In brief: Report cites spike in PAP use, Inogen sets IPO terms


WASHINGTON – The number of beneficiaries receiving PAP devices for a one-year time period grew 13%, while the total number of beneficiaries receiving all DMEPOS items during the same period fell 1%, according to a recently released comparative billing report.

In brief: MACs miss standards, health spending stays low


BALTIMORE – Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs) failed to meet one-quarter of CMS’s performance standards, according to a new report from the Office of Inspector General (OIG).

DeVilbiss moves oxygen concentrator production to the US


SOMERSET, Pa. – In the latest step in its effort to move production from China to the U.S., DeVilbiss is now manufacturing its redesigned 5 Liter Oxygen Concentrator at its Somerset, Pa. headquarters, the company announced Jan. 6.

Invacare leads growing oxygen market in Europe


VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Europe’s 59 million Euro oxygen therapy market is expected to grow as the continent’s population ages and former smokers develop lung disease, iData Research reported recently.