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QS/1 partnership enhances patient communications

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02/19/2019

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – QS/1 has partnered with Digital Pharmacist to offer secure, HIPAA-compliant ways for pharmacies to communicate with patients through a variety of platforms.

Brightree buys mobile delivery platform

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12/18/2018

ATLANTA – Brightree has acquired Apacheta, with an eye toward further innovating the company’s mobile delivery and cloud-based software platform, and increasing adoption among provider customers.

Rotech leverages MetTel to double patient outreach

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12/14/2018

NEW YORK and ORLANDO, Fla. – MetTel and Rotech Healthcare have deployed more than 700 customized Samsung tablets to field technicians, eliminating manual log sheets and generating increased scheduling efficiency and productivity, the two companies have announced.

Apacheta, Brightree expand partnership

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10/20/2017

MEDIA, Pa. – Brightree users can now use the Brightree Patient Collections app, GetPaidHME, with Apacheta software, the two companies have announced. The integration allows delivery techs to process payments using a major credit card, e-check or FSA/HSA card.

Short takes: Computers Unlimited, Dr. Rory Cooper

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09/26/2017

Computers Unlimited launched three new mobile products at its annual users conference in September.

Sleep, COPD apps developed, tested

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04/01/2015

BALTIMORE ­– Doctors at Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep have developed a new mobile app, called MySleep101, to help doctors who are not specially trained better identify patients who might have a chronic sleep disorder, the Baltimore Business Journal repor

Integration: Mobile is here to play. Are you?

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06/20/2014

Online, cash, retail, e-commerce, amazon, mobile. These are all buzzwords that HME providers are familiar with, but how exactly can they integrate them into their businesses to not only add revenue streams, but also complimentary services and programs?

Web marketing 101: Avoid the bounce

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10/17/2012

GWCC – Merely existing in the digital realm is not enough. Not according to Brian Schmidt, Google’s director of health services.