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GEC issues senior notes

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02/27/2020

WALTHAM, Mass. – Great Elm Capital has issued $30 million in 5% convertible senior notes due 2030.

On The Mend built for speed

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02/25/2020

SOUTHBURY, Conn. – With business booming, On the Mend Supplies & Medical Equipment recently opened a second location, featuring a 2,500-square-foot showroom in Mt.

CareCentrix’s Sofiane offers details on PAP policy

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02/25/2020

CareCentrix recently implemented a new policy in an effort to reduce the number of PAP patients with past due balances of more than 180 days.

AdaptHealth reports ‘near record’ number of acquisitions, increases outlook

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02/25/2020

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – AdaptHealth reported net revenue of $149.5 million for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, 2019, a 38% increase over the same period last year.

Payers tighten their control

Of a recent Centene-WellCare merger, one provider cited Centene’s ‘track record’ in Illinois
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02/14/2020

ST. LOUIS – As big payers get ever bigger, HME providers and stakeholders fear the impact these monopolies could have on the market.

Great Elm DME reports ‘meaningful organic growth’

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02/14/2020

WALTHAM, Mass. – Great Elm DME has “hit new highs” with PAP and ventilator patient set-ups, CEO Peter Reed said on an earnings call last week.

OxygenToGo gets oxygen users airborne

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02/03/2020

JACKSON, Wyo. – Oxygen users flying Virgin Atlantic can now go to OxygenToGo for all their portable oxygen concentrator needs.

Allcare prioritizes volunteering

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02/03/2020

MILLBURY, Mass. – Employees at Allcare Medical Supply recently dished up a meal for the residents of a local homeless shelter, an experience owner Bill Fredericks says many of them found eye-opening.

Protech has ‘robust pipeline of acquisition targets’

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01/31/2020

CINCINNATI – Protech Home Medical is poised to grow in a “fragmented and shrinking” home respiratory market, company execs said on an earnings call last week.

Judge approves AHP settlement

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01/30/2020

TAMPA, Fla. – A federal judge has given preliminary approval to a class action settlement, the latest development in a lawsuit charging American HomePatient with negligence and invasion of privacy.

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