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Bid lawsuit inches forward

One year after Cardiosom ruling, litigation and mediation still in play
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06/26/2015

WASHINGTON – The federal government on June 25 had its last chance to weigh in on whether or not a court ruling in favor of Cardiosom should be applied to other providers whose contracts were rescinded as part of the original Round 1 of competitive bidding. 

Providers explore mediation in bid lawsuits

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01/09/2015

WASHINGTON – The HME providers suing the federal government for breach of contract as part of the original Round 1 of competitive bidding are now working on a schedule for mediation. 

Bid lawsuit just got bigger

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08/22/2014

WASHINGTON – There are now 10 lawsuits representing 17 HME providers suing the federal government for breach of contract as part of the original Round 1 of competitive bidding, says Jerry Stouck, a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig, the law firm representing Cardiosom.

Judge: Round 1 redo was breach of contract

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07/03/2014

WASHINGTON – It took nearly six years, but CardioSom has prevailed in its lawsuit against the government.

CardioSom’s bid lawsuit moves forward

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05/02/2014

WASHINGTON – A federal court judge has denied a motion by the government to dismiss a lawsuit filed by CardioSom seeking damages for breach of contract as part of the original Round 1 of competitive bidding.

Cardiosom: Fuel oxygen biz with physician trust

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10/31/2010

Tim Miller built a career as the physician's go-to guy, collaborating with them in businesses ranging from mobile cardiac catheterization labs to imaging centers. So when a group of cardiologists approached him in 2004 about getting into the sleep lab business, Miller put his healthcare management expertise to work in a new venture, MD Sleep, under parent company Dormir, based in Carmel, Ind.