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In brief: Gov’t charges 301, Playmaker CRM and Emerge partner


WASHINGTON – A $900-million takedown by the Medicare Fraud Strike Force on June 22, the largest in history, included schemes involving durable medical equipment.

Edward Vishnevetsky passes away


DALLAS – The HME industry is mourning the passing of healthcare attorney Edward Vishnevetsky this week. Vishnevetsky, counsel in the Dallas office of K&L Gates, passed away on Monday, June 20, while on vacation in Costa Rica.

People in the news: Connally, Fletcher & Ricker, Whitehall, Vishnevetsky


Thad Connally, president of the Kentucky Medical Equipment Suppliers Association, will be presented with the AAHomecare/Mal Mixon Legislative Advocate Award at the association’s Washington Legislative Conference later this month for his advocacy record at

HME providers making jump to pharmacy


In the past year, Dallas healthcare attorney Edward Vishnevetsky has worked with four DME providers that have expanded into pharmacy. Vishnevetsky works in the Dallas office of Munsch Hardt Kopf Harr as an associate in the business litigation section.

Audit notebook: CNN, legislation and an olive branch


YARMOUTH, Maine – In the wake of the Feb. 12 forum on audits, the big question is: Where does the HME industry go from here?

Audits: Stakeholders strike while iron is hot


WASHINGTON – Expect the outcry over audits to heat up in the coming weeks, say HME industry stakeholders.

Survival all about 'the right volume'


MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. – To be successful in a consolidating industry, provider Kevin Druzinski says focusing on patient care and keeping an eye on the details are crucial to maintain rapid growth. 

Obscure court ruling could set powerful precedent


WASHINGTON – A 5th Circuit Court ruling over runny eggs could be just the ammunition HME providers need in cases involving ambiguous CMS guidelines.

Subcontracting: 'Everybody's doing it'


YARMOUTH, Maine – Industry attorneys sum up the bulk of the activity in the wake of CMS’s announcement of the contracts suppliers for Round 2 with one word: subcontracting.