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CAIRE acquires respiratory device maker


BALL GROUND, Ga. – CAIRE has acquired Spirosure, a California-based company that recently launched its first product to market, the Fenom Pro, a device that measures FeNO, a key indicator of allergic inflammation in asthmatic patients.

Short takes: AAHomecare, CAIRE, RESNA


AAHomecare is accepting nominations for four open positions on its board of directors

CAIRE ups production of 02 equipment


BALL GROUND, Ga. – CAIRE has added production shifts, extended work hours and is expanding production lines at its facilities in Ball Ground, Ga., Buffalo, N.Y., and Chengdu, China, to meet the increased demand for oxygen equipment due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In brief: CareCentrix modifies CPAP policy, Numotion partners with Paralympian


WASHINGTON – CareCentrix has told AAHomecare it plans to modify its new co-pay collections policy for PAP patients with balances of more than 180 days.

According to AAHomecare, CareCentrix plans to modify the policy as follows:

CAIRE technology to support global initiative


SPARTANBURG, S.C. – QS/1 has launched a new interface for its SystemOne and Point-of-Sale software solutions that seamlessly connects to Integra DeliveryTrack 6.1.

Short takes: The Compliance Team, Quantum Rehab, CAIRE


SPRING HOUSE, Pa. – Sandra Canally, RN, founder and CEO of The Compliance Team, is one of 144 women to be named to Drug Store News’ Top Women in Health, Wellness and Beauty awards program.

Short takes: Transcend, CAIRE, AllyScripts


Transcend has launched its Transcend 365 miniCPAP, a “smaller, smarter” CPAP with integrated heated humidifier that’s capable of running on a single, travel-size battery.

Exhibitors emphasize health, strength


ATLANTA — Given that Medtrade is an exposition for healthcare providers, it seems natural that health and strength would be predominant themes among exhibitors in 2019.

Are POCs becoming modality of choice?


Driven by growing consumer demand, portable oxygen concentrators are becoming more mainstream in the HME industry.

In brief: CAIRE now part of Japanese company, OIG provides update on diabetes test strips


BALL GROUND, Ga. – CAIRE is now a wholly owned subsidiary of NGK Spark Plug Co., LTD, a Nagoya, Japan-based ceramics processing manufacturer.