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New legislation would repeal preferred provider program

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01/30/2019

ST. PAUL, Minn. – A bill that would repeal Minnesota Medicaid’s preferred provider program for incontinence supplies was introduced Jan. 24 in the state senate.

ActivStyle drops out of IlliniCare

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11/16/2018

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – ActivStyle, a Minneapolis-based provider of incontinence supplies, is dropping out of IlliniCare Health’s network after “a year of operating at a loss,” CEO Gayle Devin has told Crain’s Chicago Business.

Minnesota backpedals on incontinence program

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09/05/2018

SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota’s Department of Human Services has tabled its plan to implement a preferred provider program for incontinence supplies after MAMES was granted a temporary restraining order on Aug. 24, according to a press release.

Goodwill HME offers free shipping on incontinence products

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03/28/2018

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. – Goodwill Home Medical Equipment, a division of Goodwill Industries that provides affordable medical equipment and supplies, now offers free shipping on all incontinence product orders of $50 or more.

MassHealth delays transition to preferred supplier

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03/02/2018

BOSTON – A preferred supplier contract for incontinence supplies between MassHealth and Geriatric Medical will now go live April 15, instead of March 1.

Massachusetts Medicaid transitions to preferred supplier

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02/09/2018

BOSTON – If HME providers have to deal with a preferred supplier for incontinence supplies, a new Medicaid contract in Massachusetts might be the way to go.

Coloplast makes another buy

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02/07/2018

MINNEAPOLIS – Coloplast has acquired IncoCare Gunhild Vieler GmbH, a direct-to-consumer provider of continence supplies, it announced today. The German company will strengthen Coloplast’s presence in southeast Germany, according to a press release.

Massachusetts Medicaid taps Geriatric Medical as preferred supplier

State says it will save $3.7M
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02/02/2018

BOSTON – The Medicaid program in Massachusetts has entered into a preferred supplier agreement for incontinence supplies with Geriatric Medical & Surgical Supply, according to a recent administrative bulletin.

Market wide open for incontinence, wound care

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11/21/2017

While they have separate identities, incontinence and wound care have evolved to become an integrated part of one large contiguous category in the HME spectrum.

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