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VGM objects to bid program including vents, orthoses


WATERLOO, Iowa – With the complex care required for vent patients and with few suppliers serving the market, it’s best to keep the product category out of Medicare’s competitive bidding program, VGM says.

VGM expands, rebrands wound care division


WATERLOO, Iowa – VGM has rebranded its wound care program as VGM Wound Care. It has also expanded its tools and resources for providers currently offering wound care products or looking to get into the market.

Let's destroy the walls of our comfort zone together


It’s hard to believe that 2018 is quickly coming to an end. In this industry, we blink and another year is behind us.

VGM provides talking points on vent proposal


WATERLOO, Iowa – The VGM Group has pulled together suggested talking points for providers who plan to comment on CMS’s proposal to include vents in its next round of competi

VGM rolls out cannabis division


WATERLOO, Iowa – VGM Group has launched botaniCo, a new division focusing on medical marijuana businesses, as well as the legalized cannabis and hemp industries.

In brief: Medtrade wraps up, new bid resource debuts


ATLANTA – Medtrade attendees selected Caire’s FreeStyle Comfort portable oxygen concentrator as this year’s gold winner in the New Product Pavilion.

VGM calls for speakers


WATERLOO, Iowa – VGM is accepting proposals from prospective speakers for its annual Heartland Conference.

HME Woman of the year finalists announced


WATERLOO, Iowa – Four finalists have been selected for the 2018 HME Woman of the Year, VGM has announced.

The finalists, chosen from 39 nominations, are:

Rectangle Health, VGM partner on payment processing


VALHALLA, N.Y. – Rectangle Health, a provider of payment technology solutions, has formed a strategic relationship with VGM & Associates, it announced Sept. 25.

Stakeholders now await final rule


WASHINGTON – A CMS proposed rule that, among other things, outlined changes to the competitive bidding program drew 514 comments by a Sept. 10 deadline.