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Mergers & Acquisitions: Assess risk and value

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A. Here’s a step-by-step approach to protect your investment:

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Binson’s doubles retail presence in Michigan


CENTER LINE, Mich. – Binson’s Home Health Care Centers has expanded its retail medical equipment and supplies outlets with the acquisition of two H-Care stores in Flint and Saginaw, Mich. Both stores will now operate as Binson’s Home Medical Equipment & Supplies.

Drive Medical Canada buys DME brands from AMG Medical


PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – A wholly owned subsidiary of Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare has acquired the mobility and bath safety businesses of AMG Medical, a Montreal-based wholesale distributor of medical professional and home healthcare products.

Four sleep companies merge


GREENVILLE, S.C. – SleepWorks and MedBridge Home Medical, both subsidiaries of MedBridge Healthcare, have completed their acquisition of Active Healthcare’s CPAP business and its IntegraSleep sleep lab business.

Domtar-HDIS a done deal


FORT MILL, S.C. – Domtar Corp. has completed its acquisition of Home Delivery Incontinence Supplies (HDIS), the company announced Oct. 3.

Invacare offloads ProBasics

Monaghan calls it ‘another step in our transformation’

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare has sold a subsidiary that sources and distributes primarily single-use products under ProBasics by PMI to Compass Health Brands for about $13.8 million in cash, the company announced on Sept. 30.

Summit snapshots on interoperability, M&A and outcomes

Friday, September 23, 2016

We'll have two stories in our HME Newswire on Monday about different sessions at this week's HME News Business Summit.

BioScrip, Home Solutions tweak deal


DENVER – The price tag for BioScrip’s acquisition of Home Solutions has dropped from $85 million to $75 million, according to news reports.

Handicare buys Prism Medical


KISTA, Sweden – Handicare has acquired Prism Medical, a patient handling company located in Toronto and St. Louis. Prism, which employs 250, expects to have revenues of about $50 million in 2016.

CD&R pulls trigger on Drive


NEW YORK – Clayton, Dubilier & Rice will make a “significant equity investment” in Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, the companies announced today.

CD&R will make the investment, “alongside existing management,” according to a press release.