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Annual event ‘bigger’ than Medical Service Company


CLEVELAND – Medical Service Company has taken its annual education forum for RTs and sleep technicians completely online this year and has tapped a well-known industry leader to keynote the event.

Medical Service Company takes forum virtual


CLEVELAND – Medical Service Company recently held its 19th annual education forum with a new twist. This year, the provider live streamed it nationwide.

Medical Service Company invests in employees

‘Our greatest resources are our people; this is not an expense’

CLEVELAND – Medical Service Company plans to boost its starting pay to $15 an hour to recognize the role that employees have in its success.

In brief: Stakeholders issue bid challenge, Invacare appoints new board member


WASHINGTON – AAHomecare asks providers to zero in on lawmakers who have previously co-sponsored bid-relief legislation and ask them to support H.R. 2771.

Medical Service Company expands in Michigan


CLEVELAND – Medical Service Company has acquired the assets of Beaumont Health’s HME business in southeast Michigan, according to Modern Healthcare.

Marx, Maughan join AAH board


WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has added two new members to its board of directors: Scott Maughan, president of Salt Lake City-based Alpine Home Medical; and Josh Marx, managing director of sleep and vice president of business development for Cleveland-based Medical Service Comp

Medical Service Company gets aggressive about sleep


CLEVELAND – Medical Service Company has launched a new division, MSC Sleep, and has opened several CPAP treatment centers.

Short take: Medical Service Company


Medical Service Company was recognized as a Top Workplace in Northeast Ohio. The Cleveland-based provider was honored for its employee-centric culture. It’s the sixth time the company has been recognized.

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.

Human Resources: Recognize, reward, repeat

Q. How do we make rewards and recognition a habit?

A. It seems like such an easy phrase to say and a common sense reaction, but all too often it is a phrase that isn’t used enough, not only in our personal lives but also in the workplace.