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Cure Medical embraces new role as innovator

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08/26/2016

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – Cure Medical’s recent launch of the M14XL intermittent catheter, the longest available on the market today, is only the most recent example of how the company prioritizes end users.

Liberator strengthens C.R. Bard’s direct-to-consumer platform

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11/25/2015

STUART, Fla. – Liberator Medical got a “strong price” when it sold to C.R. Bard recently, analysts say.

This week on Access Health: Guests from Hollister

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01/13/2015

LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. – Guests from Hollister will be featured on the Jan. 14 episode of Access Health, a health and wellness series on Lifetime, to discuss catheters.

Burmans changes channel on advertisers

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05/23/2014

BROOKHAVEN, Pa. – Tired of losing catheter patients to TV advertisers offering free samples, provider Steve Burman decided it was time to reintroduce his company.

Burmans reaches out to catheter market

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04/09/2014

BROOKHAVEN, Pa. – Burmans Medical Supplies has launched an outreach campaign aimed at the growing number of catheter users. That staff at Burmans is trained to deal discreetly with issues related to catheters, according to a press release.

Coated catheters need distinct HCPCS code

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12/20/2013

In the current HCPCS fee schedule, hydrophilic coated and uncoated intermittent catheters (IC) are lumped together within the same three codes (A4351-52-53).

Up for review: catheters

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08/21/2013

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – CGS, the Jurisdiction C DME MAC, will conduct a service-specific review of certain intermittent catheters (A4351, A4352 and A4353), it announced Aug. 20.

UroMed dispenses dating advice, urologicals

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08/01/2013

SUWANNEE, Ga. – He’s not exactly Dear Abby, but when Bert Burns visits hospital patients with spinal cord injuries, the biggest questions he gets are all about relationships.

Review finds 85.6% error rate for intermittent caths

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02/28/2013

WASHINGTON – A prepayment review of intermittent catheterization kits processed in Jurisdiction B resulted in an 85.6% error rate, according to National Government Services (NGS), the DME MAC there. Of 257 claims processed from Sept. 1–Dec.

ConvaTec acquires 180 Medical

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10/01/2012

SKILLMAN, N.J. – ConvaTec, a developer of ostomy care, wound therapeutics, continence, and critical care and infusion devices, completed its acquisition of 180 Medical, a provider of catheters and urologic medical supplies, according to a Sept. 28 press release.

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