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Analyst: It's the private equity way'

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04/26/2010

Now that you know what a dividend recapitalization is, here’s some additional insight on The Blackstone Group and Apria Healthcare from Bob Leonard, an analyst with the Pittsburgh-based mergers and acquisition firm, The Braff Group.

Wave of activity at Home Health

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04/26/2010

INDIANAPOLIS – What a difference a year makes.

Home Health Depot started 2009 as a company with about 28 employees providing power mobility devices and standard HME. It started 2010 as a company with 80 employees providing those products and respiratory.

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.

Technology

Seeley's script for success

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04/26/2010

ANDOVER, Ohio – Seeley Medical is moving on. The provider launched two pharmacy ventures in the past year as part of an effort to move away from Medicare.

Provider medals in generosity

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04/21/2010

INDIANAPOLIS - Provider David Hartley was only 14 years old when Bill Johnson took the gold medal in downhill skiing at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo, but he remembers every minute of it.

Life is good at Lincare

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04/19/2010

CLEARWATER, Fla. - Lincare yesterday reported net income of $43.6 million for the first quarter ended March 31, 2010, compared to $26 million for the same period last year, a nearly 68% increase.

Audits increase tension between providers, referral sources

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04/15/2010

YARMOUTH, Maine – The increase in Medicare audits has done more than wreak havoc on an HME provider’s cash flow. It has created tension between him and his referral sources and doctors.

Audits increase tension between providers, referral sources

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04/12/2010

YARMOUTH, Maine – The increase in Medicare audits has done more than wreak havoc on an HME provider's cash flow. It has created tension between him and his referral sources and doctors.

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