EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products has updated its Minimum Advertised Pricing Policy to best support HME providers.
WASHINGTON – It’s a tough year to push legislation through Congress, but things are lining up nicely for stakeholders trying to permanently stave off reimbursement cuts to accessories for complex manual and power wheelchairs.
WASHINGTON – In a sign that contract offers might be on their way, HME providers who submitted bids as part of the Round 2 and the national mail-order re-compete may now register for Connexion.
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio – Roscoe Medical has introduced a minimum advertised price policy for its Viverity line of retail home healthcare products.
Do you want to know what the regional pricing might look like under the national rollout of competitive bidding scheduled to take place Jan. 1, 2016?
Andrea Stark, a reimbursement consultant with MiraVista, can give you a pretty good idea.
ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare has come back with what it believes is a more effective pricing policy for products marketed and sold over the Internet.
ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare has introduced a new pricing policy for providers that sell and market its products over the Internet in the United States.
SAN DIEGO – Whether or not ResMed is giving steep discounts to cash-strapped HME providers was the hot topic during an Aug. 1 call to discuss the company’s recent earnings.
YARMOUTH, Maine – When it comes to surviving competitive bidding, HME providers have a big cheerleader in manufacturers.
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