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Inogen product gets boost


GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen has received approval for its Inogen One G4 portable oxygen concentrator to be used onboard commercial aircrafts, it announced today. The manufacturer also plans to launch the product in its domestic business-to-business channel launch.

GCE sees opportunity


DALLAS – New-to-the-scene GCE Healthcare aims to be one of the last left standing in an increasingly crowded portable oxygen concentrator market, says General Manager Jim Clement.

Short takes: Quantum Rehab, Inogen


Exeter, Pa.-based Quantum Rehab has continued its partnership with the ALS Association. As a premier-level national partner, the company supports ALS Association events, including the Walk to Defeat ALS.

Providers slow to embrace POCs


YARMOUTH, Maine – The technology has become more ubiquitous, but some providers still aren’t comfortable using portable oxygen concentrators for long-term oxygen therapy, they say. 

Inogen cleared for reimbursement in France


GOLETA, Calif. – The Inogen One G3 portable oxygen concentrator has received coverage for reimbursement in France, the company announced Sept. 9.

Philips Respironics offers customized commercial


MURRYSVILLE, Pa. – HME providers can now customize a new TV commercial for the SimplyGo, a portable oxygen concentrator from Philips Respironics, by adding their company’s name, logo, phone number and website.

What does the future hold for HME providers?

Thursday, November 11, 2010

There's no way HME providers will be cut out of the distribution model, right? I mean, who's going to deliver the product to the patient? Manufacturers aren't set up to do that, right?

That's been the conventional wisdom for years, but now I'm not so sure.