YARMOUTH, Maine – All eyes were on the big guns—Drive Medical, Invacare, Inogen and ResMed—in 2015.
Or so it would appear, according to the five most read vendor stories for the year.
All eyes were on the big guns—Drive Medical, Invacare, Inogen and ResMed—in 2015.
With razor-thin margins an ongoing concern in the reimbursement cut-weary oxygen market, respiratory providers need to find the right resources and strategies to maintain profitability.
ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare has received observations from the FDA following an inspection of its corporate headquarters and Taylor Street manufacturing facility.
James Hollingshead, president of the Americas at ResMed, sold 4,500 shares of company stock on Dec. 15 in a transaction valued at $251,775. He sold the shares at an average price of $55.95.
WASHINGTON – The Office of Inspector General (OIG) wants Hoveround to pay back the federal government $27 million for power mobility devices that it says do not meet Medicare reimbursement requirements.
ELYRIA, Ohio – Joseph B. Richey, who founded Invacare with Mal Mixon, died of cancer on Nov. 23, according to the Chronicle-Telegram. He was 79.
INDIANAPOLIS – The Office of Inspector General is not satisfied with National Government Services’ progress in preventing overpayments for diabetic test strips.
ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare has appointed Marc Gibeley to its board of directors.
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