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New York reduces cut for incontinence supplies

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03/09/2017

ALBANY, N.Y. – The New York Department of Health has announced an average reduction of 20% for incontinence supplies, according to a bulletin from AAHomecare.

Domtar committed to growing DTC biz

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01/03/2017

FORT MILL, S.C. – Domtar’s acquisition of Home Delivery Incontinence Services fits well with the company’s “big vision” for growing its direct-to-consumer business.

SCA to buy BSN for 2.74 billion euros

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12/20/2016

STOCKHOLM – SCA has entered into an agreement to acquire BSN Medical from the private equity group EQT Partners AB for 2.74 billion euros ($2.9 billion), it announced Dec. 19.

Wound care veers toward cash market

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11/28/2016

As the reimbursement landscape becomes more difficult, HME providers committed to the wound care market are apparently turning to cash sales as a way to boost to sagging revenues.

Wearever, Marchese Medical strengthen partnership

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11/18/2016

DURHAM, N.C. – Wearever Incontinence welcomed Marchese Medical Supplies from Hamilton, Canada, to their office to help better understand how Prime Life Fibers markets the Wearever product line in the United States.

Domtar-HDIS a done deal

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10/05/2016

FORT MILL, S.C. – Domtar Corp. has completed its acquisition of Home Delivery Incontinence Supplies (HDIS), the company announced Oct. 3.

Domtar acquires HDIS

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08/19/2016

FORT MILL, S.C. – Domtar Corporation has agreed to acquire direct-to-consumer supplier Home Delivery Incontinent Supplies, it announced Aug. 18.

East meets west in acquisition

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06/24/2016

EXTON, Pa. – ABC Home Medical Supply has acquired Experea Healthcare, it was announced yesterday. Both companies are providers of disposable medical supplies, including urological, incontinence and wound care supplies.

TwinMed snags Medicaid contract

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06/22/2016

SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. – TwinMed has been awarded a $225 million contract to provide incontinence supplies to Medicaid beneficiaries in New York.

New England: Provider outreach pays off

Massachussetts backs off plan to bypass HME providers; Rhode Island moves forward with cut
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09/25/2015

BOSTON – MassHealth has given stakeholders its word that the agency will not pursue volume purchasing for HME like incontinence products.

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