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Home accessibility presents dual-edge opportunity


In their quest to increase cash revenues, HME providers are inquiring about home accessibility with increasing frequency, manufacturers say.

In brief: Contract supplier pays $12M, CMS revises enrollment application


NEWARK, N.J. – U.S. Healthcare Supply, a national contract supplier for mail-order diabetes supplies, and two of its executives have agreed to pay the government more than $12.2 million to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act.

Harmar partners with Wheelchairs 4 Kids


SARASOTA, Fla. – Harmar has joined forces with Wheelchairs 4 Kids, a nonprofit organization that provides scooter and wheelchair lifts to children, to increase access.

Lift dealers face reg issues


Federal regulations could make life significantly more complicated for owners of vehicles with mobility lifts and the providers who install them.

Bill stirs up turf war over adaptive equipment


WASHINGTON – A bill in the House of Representatives with a commendable goal—creating standards for the provision of automobile adaptive equipment for veterans—has divided the manufacturers and providers in that market.

New tagline at Harmar ‘speaks to consumer’


SARASOTA, Fla. – Harmar has launched a new tagline, “Lifts for Life,” to represent its mission of making lives better with its line of lifts.

Harmar donation puts 12-year-old in the pool


SARASOTA, Fla. – Harmar has donated a pool lift to a 12-year-old with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The P350 pool Lift has restored Grayson Tullio’s ability to get in and out of the pool, according to a release.

Accessibility market complements HME biz


Before Medicare came down hard on the HME industry with competitive bidding, getting involved with home accessibility just wasn’t something that providers thought much about.

Harmar works way up food chain

‘If we continue to grow the business, there are going to be other funders,’ says new CEO

SARASOTA, Fla. – Drew McCartney, Harmar’s new president and CEO, has made a career for himself shaking up the go-to market strategies of private equity backed healthcare companies.

In brief: Congressman seeks feedback, Drive expands presence


WASHINGTON – Congressman Jim Renacci, R-Ohio, wants to hear from suppliers on the competitive bidding and re-review processes, according to an AAHomecare bulletin.