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Apria catches break, Lincare boosts liquidity

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05/20/2010

LAKE FOREST, Calif. - The U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh District, dismissed a whistleblower lawsuit last week that accused Apria Healthcare of inappropriately billing Medicare and Medicaid for home medical equipment.

Lincare boosts trading volume, liquidity

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05/18/2010

CLEARWATER, Fla. - Lincare's board of directors declared a three-for-two stock split last week.

The stock split will take the form of a 50% dividend that will be distributed on June 15, 2010, to shareholders of record on June 3, 2010, according to a release.

Earnings: Rotech up slightly, Liberator soars

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05/13/2010

ORLANDO, Fla. - Rotech Healthcare's first quarter 2010 revenues rose about 9% compared to first quarter 2009, the company reported May 10.

Rotech's revenues up

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05/11/2010

Rotech Healthcare's first quarter 2010 revenues rose about 9% compared to first quarter 2009, the company reported May 10. "First quarter results demonstrated solid growth in net revenues and patient counts," said Philip Carter, President and CEO in a statement.

Rotech's revenues up

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05/11/2010

ORLANDO, Fla. - Rotech Healthcare's first quarter 2010 revenues rose about 9% compared to first quarter 2009, the company reported May 10.

American HomePatient wants out of 'spotlight'

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05/06/2010

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. - With $226 million in debt hanging over its head, American HomePatient (AHP) announced April 28 that it seeks to avoid bankruptcy by going private.

American HomePatient wants to leave 'spotlight'

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05/03/2010

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. - With $226 million in debt hanging over its head, American HomePatient (AHP) announced last week that it seeks to avoid bankruptcy by going private.

Providers 'play it safe'

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04/29/2010

YARMOUTH, Maine - Some HME providers are putting off investing in their companies until they have a better idea what the future holds.

Briefs

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04/26/2010

American HomePatient perfects the stall

Looking at oxygen as a glass half full

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04/26/2010

Sure, the 36-month cap on Medicare reimbursement for oxygen stinks, but at least HME providers have technology and choice on their side, says SeQual CEO Ron Richard in a recent HME News TV interview.

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