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Medical supplies council monitors bid impact

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05/24/2013

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Although AAHomecare’s Medical Supplies Council has a lot on its plate, it comes as no surprise that the impact of competitive bidding tops its agenda.

Diabetes: Post-bid, time to rethink Plan B

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02/26/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine – Providers barely had time to absorb the news that Medicare will pay for all diabetes supplies at the mail-order rate, when those rates were announced, far below the industry’s low expectations.

Membership has its privileges

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12/28/2012

BOCA RATON, Fla. – American Diabetes Services wants to be the online Costco of the HME world.

Remember IR? CMS sharpens price-cutting tool

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06/29/2012

BALTIMORE – CMS isn't stopping at competitive bidding to slash payments for diabetes supplies.

What about pricing?

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09/25/2011

When the winning bid amounts for mail order diabetes supplies were announced in the Round 1 re-bid, the industry was shocked by the average cut of 56%, compared to an average cut of 32% across all product categories.

Providers look for low-cost shipping options

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09/25/2011

When it comes to crafting a bid for mail order diabetes, providers will have to factor in a widely variable cost: shipping.

Briefs: Mail order provider scores perfect '10'

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12/21/2010

For the 10th straight quarter, Liberator Medical enjoyed "record net revenues," the company reported Nov. 19. Net revenues for the fiscal fourth quarter ending Sept. 30 were $11.49 million, up from $7.856 million for the same quarter in 2009. Net revenues for the year were $40.92 million, up from $25.82 million in 2009.

Mail order bids, test strip limits and the scary world of Medicare diabetes

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Here's an interesting question: Are the providers who accepted winning bids for mail order diabetes ticked off with the proposal to limit the number of times a d

Diabetes supplies clobbered

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08/26/2010

When the bid amounts for Round 1.2 of national competitive bidding were released in July, mail order diabetes supplies once again took the biggest hit--an average cut of 56% compared to an average cut, overall, of 32%.