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Frank Margulis: Don't make my mistakes

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09/30/2010

Like most HME providers, Frank Margulis thought he understood the rules. Then he was charged with obstructing a Medicare audit. In 2005, he was sentenced to five months in a federal prison camp and five months of house arrest.

Feel at home on the show floor

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09/26/2010

ATLANTA - A house is literally taking up residence on the Medtrade show floor this year.

Circling the wagons

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09/26/2010

ATLANTA - After two years of diminishing attendance, Medtrade organizers feel confident that the 2010 show will mark the return of several absentee exhibitors.

Speakers call employees 'final frontier'

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09/26/2010

Providers have squeezed every corner of their businesses dry, looking for new efficiencies in a tight reimbursement climate. Now many are turning to their human capital to realize savings, say those delivering human resources-related educational sessions at Medtrade.

Wanted: Creative thinkers

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09/26/2010

The HME industry must seize control of its own destiny and aggressively pursue new opportunities if it is to lift itself out of the doldrums, business experts say. How do they do that? By thinking creatively, they say.

CPAPs and/or documentation requirements

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Friday, April 23, 2010

There was a nugget of encouraging news at this week's MED Group Respiratory Summit in Jacksonville. There's a rumor floating around that CMS could take another look at its most recent set of rules for CPAP.

Hey mom, are we there yet?

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Monday, March 29, 2010

I was reading the latest issue of Newsweek yesterday and one article caught my eye. It had to do with how far, and not so far, women have come in the workplace over the last 40 years.

NRRTS sponsors pavilion at Medtrade

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Monday, August 3, 2009

NRRTS will sponsor the Complex Rehab Pavilion at Medtrade, the organization announced this afternoon. The pavilion will be a grouping of 20-plus booths that all share this theme: equipment and services to meet the complex needs of people with disabilities.

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