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Brightree honors providers

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11/12/2015

ATLANTA – Brightree has announced the winners of its 2015 Customer Excellence Awards.

Short Takes: Ottobock, Wright & Filippis

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06/04/2015

Ottobock plans to raise money for acquisitions and investments in research, development and marketing with an initial public offering in Germany.

Wright & Filippis rebrands

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01/23/2015

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – After selling its diabetes supply business in 2013 and its HME and respiratory businesses in 2014, it was time to hit refresh at Wright & Filippis, says Chairman and CEO A.J. Filippis.

In brief: ITC delivers split ruling, Invacare names interim chairman

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12/24/2014

SAN DIEGO and BEIJING  - The International Trade Commission on Dec. 23 (ITC) delivered a split ruling to ResMed and BMC Medical/3B Medical, two sleep manufacturers that have been ensnared in a global patent lawsuit.

Wright & Filippis sells to Lincare

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07/11/2014

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – Wright & Filippis said goodbye to 35 years of providing home medical equipment and respiratory services on June 30, when it sold that part of its business to Lincare.

Wright & Filippis marks 70 years with new plan

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05/23/2014

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – Located in the heart of automobile country, it’s hardly surprising that provider A.J. Filippis sees parallels between what’s happened in that industry and in HME.

Wright & Filippis names new execs

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04/16/2014

DETROIT – Wright & Filippis has beefed up its management team to reflect its commitment to increased growth, improved efficiency and more effective use of technology. Robert Barrow has been named vice president of operations.

Wright & Filippis exits diabetes market

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05/21/2013

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – Wright & Filippis announced today that it has entered into an agreement to divest its diabetic supply business to US MED.

Some contract suppliers may not meet requirements

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05/10/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine – As HME stakeholders continue to pore over the list of Round 2 contract suppliers, it’s become more and more clear that some may not meet various licensing requirements—a condition of winning a contract.

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