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NHIA: Unblur lines at upcoming conference

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01/18/2019

ORLANDO, Fla. – The lines between home infusion and specialty pharmacy are blurring and this year’s National Home Infusion Association Conference aims to bring some clarity to that trend, organizers say.

ABC Medical’s Seeds of Hope takes root in California

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01/18/2019

SAN DIEGO – San Diego State University (SDSU) has become the first college in California to offer an adaptive sports program, thanks in large part to the Seeds of Hope Initiative. 

OIG: Handful of strips dominated Medicare mail-order market

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01/16/2019

WASHINGTON – The top two strips accounted for 53% of the Medicare mail-order market, and the top 10 strips accounted for 98% of the market, according to a new report from the Office of Inspector General.

Jim Hewlett works for ‘goosebumps’

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01/11/2019

Jim Hewlett worked in marketing and merchandising before he decided to pursue a career in orthotics, first working directly with patients and later, developing accreditation standards and testing and inspection protocols.

Survey: Information on cost of sleep therapy needed

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01/09/2019

DARIEN, Ill. – Patients need better access to affordable sleep care, according to a new study from the American Alliance for Healthy Sleep.

PHS positions to spread ‘Minnesota model’

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01/04/2019

ST. PAUL, Minn. – With 30 years under its belt serving primarily Minnesota and Wisconsin, it’s time for Pediatric Home Service to grow on a national scale, says CEO Mark Hamman.

EW conference: Time to ‘reconnect’

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12/21/2018

ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. – Education, networking and football are front and center at this year’s Essentially Women’s Focus Conference, say event organizers.

Q&A: Pharmacist of the Year

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12/20/2018

SAND SPRINGS, Okla. – Jim Spoon, owner of Spoon Drug in Sand Springs, Okla., has been named the 2018 Willard B.

Solara makes second buy since investment

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12/06/2018

CHULA VISTA, Calif. – Solara Medical Supplies, a provider of diabetes devices, has acquired Illinois-based Huey’s Home Medical.

Diabetes study: Current standard of care inadequate

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11/28/2018

SAN FRANCISCO –Sixty two percent of patients with Type 2 diabetes are not satisfied with their current standard of care, according to a new study from Virta Health.

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