NEW BERLIN, Wis. – Home Care Medical has reached an agreement with Dean Health Plan to be an in-network provider for members in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties.
ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – Wright & Filippis said goodbye to 35 years of providing home medical equipment and respiratory services on June 30, when it sold that part of its business to Lincare.
YARMOUTH, Maine – In the year since Round 2 of competitive bidding was implemented in 91 cities, the HME industry has seen a rapidly shrinking provider base.
LEWISVILLE, Texas – Provider Tom Polston received his draft notice 30 days after he graduated from college. He spent 10 months in Vietnam’s central highlands in 1969 and, upon discharge, “buried everything” for decades.
It’s no secret that providers have historically shied away from going after beneficiaries who are slow to pay, but in an environment where every dollar counts that’s changing, say consultants.
FARMINGTON, N.M. – When Eberhart Home Health wasn’t offered a contract as part of Round 2 of competitive bidding, President John Eberhart reconnoitered.
NEW BERLIN, Wis. – Six months into her new position, Ann Fabry has been laser focused on two things: growing Home Care Medical’s lines of non-bid products and improving its efficiencies.
ANDERSON, Ind. – Louis Moyer says Richard Goff saved his life. Goff says he was just doing his job.
WESTMINSTER, Md. – Although his recent acquisition of Smart Remedies gives him a national platform, provider Randall Weston says he’s still a small provider.
WASHINGTON – More than half of COPD patients don’t fully understand their disease or how to manage it, according to a new survey from the COPD Foundation.
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