FORT BELVOIR, Va. – As a U.S. Air Force veteran, provider Tim Barber knew the military could benefit from his HME business, even if it was a hard sell to the military itself.
MIAMI – The plaintiffs in a whistleblower lawsuit against Lincare have asked the court to overturn the decision.
As health insurance costs continue to skyrocket, HME providers are finding themselves weighing rising premiums for themselves against high-deductible healthcare plans for their employees.
MATTHEWS, N.C. – Carolina’s Home Medical Equipment has its own way of measuring just how well the full-service DME company is meeting patient expectations.The first: customer satisfaction.
WESTERVILLE, Ohio – Like so many other HME companies, DASCO Home Medical Equipment has gone through a lot of changes in the past few years.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – When the amount of paperwork Geneva Woods needed to manage to maintain compliance spiraled out of control, the provider knew it was time to get a handle on it.
TUCSON, Ariz. – Vertess, a healthcare M&A advisory firm, closed a major healthcare transaction in the third quarter, it announced yesterday.
PHILADELPHIA – Jeffrey Sawyer has filed a class action lawsuit against Health Care Solutions at Home and Lincare, alleging the companies failed to properly compensate him for all the hours he worked, according to PennRecord.
WASHINGTON – CMS still needs to better clarify which data elements are required to qualify Medicare beneficiaries for home oxygen therapy, says AAHomecare’s Kim Brummett.
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