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Q&A: Ken Fasse: Binson's ready for second go-round


Binson’s Home Health Care Centers is in rare company these days. The Center Line, Mich.-based provider is one of only nine to be awarded a national mail-order contract for diabetes supplies that starts July 1.

Overpayments for diabetes supplies persist, OIG says


INDIANAPOLIS – The Office of Inspector General is not satisfied with National Government Services’ progress in preventing overpayments for diabetic test strips.

Arkray snags Medi-Cal contract


MINNEAPOLIS – Arkray USA has secured a three-year contract with California’s Medicaid program, known as Medi-Cal, to supply recipients with its line of blood glucose meters, test strips and related supplies.

Diabetes opens door to new referral sources


With its myriad co-morbidities, diabetes is a market that can offer HME providers access to a referral source stream they never considered before.

Dollar Diabetic shaves pricing


MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Dollar Diabetic Supply is trying to do for diabetes supplies what the Dollar Shave Club is doing for razors.

How’s that for reason?

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

While trying to parse together the news last Friday that CMS was dropping non-invasive vents from Round 1 2017, Managing Editor Theresa and I came to the conclusion that the agency figured out it needed to work out s

Study slams bid program, calls for suspension

Higher number of deaths, hospitalizations in test markets

BOSTON – A new study strongly disputes CMS’s claim that Medicare beneficiaries have experienced no disruption in access to diabetes supplies as a result of competitive bidding.

Insulet reports increase in revenues


BILLERICA, Mass. – Insulet reported revenues of $72.6 million for the fourth quarter of 2014, a 6% increase compared to the same period in 2013. It reported a net loss of $5.4 million vs. $2.5 million.

Binson’s taps famous spokesperson


CENTER LINE, Mich. – Binson’s Home Health Care Centers has centered its new ad campaign around a familiar face: Wilford Brimley.