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Pinnacle Medical launches new website


SOUTHAVEN & BYHALIA, Miss. – Pinnacle Medical Solutions, a provider of diabetes supplies, recently unveiled a new website, according to a press release.

Sanomedics buys Prime Time Medical


MIAMI – Sanomedics International, a medical technology holding company, has acquired Prime Time Medical, a Largo, Fla.-based HME provider, for $3 million, according to a press release.

Prodigy Diabetes Care, OK Biotech align ownership


CHARLOTTE, N.C. ­– Prodigy Diabetes Care, a distributor of diabetes testing supplies, has acquired substantial ownership of the publicly owned shares of OK Biotech, a manufacturing partner based in Taiwan, according to a press release.

National mail-order program: Too much to handle?


YARMOUTH, Maine – Regardless of who accepted contracts for the national mail-order program for diabetes supplies, providers predict “chaos” on July 1.

Global Medical Direct inks consulting contract


LENEXA, Kan. – Global Medical Direct (GMD), a medical equipment provider with HME and diabetes supplies branches, signed a consulting contract with Connectyx Technologies, according to a press release.

Diabetes: Post-bid, time to rethink Plan B


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.

Mandatory mail order? Seniors concerned


ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A survey that suggests seniors are leery of mandatory mail-order pharmacy services may cast a long shadow on Medicare’s national mail-order program for diabetes supplies.

Glooko receives FDA clearance, hires CEO


PALO ALTO, Calif. – In a busy week, Glooko saw one of its diabetes monitoring apps get FDA clearance, and announced the hiring of a new CEO, according to news reports.

Moderate growth expected for diabetes market, study says


TORONTO – The U.S. market for diabetes care devices is expected to grow to nearly $16 billion by 2017, according to a new study from Millennium Research Group, a research organization specializing in medical technology market intelligence.

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