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In brief: CMS greenlights CGMs for coverage, Bain Capital makes bolt-on acquisition in pediatric market


WASHINGTON – CMS classified “therapeutic” continuous glucose monitoring systems as durable medical equipment in a Jan. 12 ruling.

Moneyline: Mega merger announced, Capital buys Epic Health Services, DME Express raises capital


MUNICH and DANBURY, Conn. – Linde and Praxair announced their intention to merge on Dec. 20, creating a company with revenues of about $30 billion and a current market value of more than $65 billion.

Bain Capital acquires Epic Health Services


DALLAS – Epic Health Services has agreed to be acquired by Bain Capital Private Equity, it announced Dec. 19.

Technology, need drive growth in enteral market


The enteral nutrition market is having a growth spurt, thanks to a combination of factors that show no signs of slowing down.

Epic Health makes second buy in one week


DALLAS – Epic Health Services, a portfolio company of Webster Capital and a provider of pediatric skilled nursing, enteral and respiratory services, has acquired Las Vegas-based Spring View Home Health Care.

M&A: Cape Medical, Epic Health make buys


SANDWICH, Mass. – Cape Medical Supply has acquired New England Medical Homecare, a long-time provider of sleep therapy services in Auburn, Mass.

Epic Health starts building national pediatric presence


DALLAS – Fast-moving Epic Health Services further embraced the pediatric HME market in October when it acquired Medco in October.

Epic Health makes second buy in two months


DALLAS – Epic Health Services, a provider of pediatric skilled nursing, therapy and enteral services, has acquired Medco.

Epic Health puts all eyes on enteral


DALLAS – Epic Health Services entered the HME market in a big way in September when it acquired Option 1 Healthcare Solutions and added enteral therapy.

In brief: Premiums for Medicare Advantage remain stable, complex rehab stakeholders launch petition


WASHINGTON – There won’t be a cat-and-mouse game with premiums for Medicare Advantage plans this year.