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Study highlights cost savings, health benefits of NIV

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10/05/2018

LAFAYETTE, La. – Non-invasive ventilation helps COPD patients live longer and saves Medicare money, according to a new study from VieMed and KPMG.

Custom breast forms legislation drops

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10/04/2018

WASHINGTON – A bipartisan bill that would require Medicare to cover custom breast prostheses was introduced in the House of Representatives yesterday.

ActivStyle solidifies its position as indie player

Launches Catheter Express
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10/02/2018

MINNEAPOLIS – ActivStyle, which has made a name for itself in the incontinence supplies market, wants to boost its profile in the catheter market.

Roche, pharmacies clash over ‘unwarranted’ rebates

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09/28/2018

INDIANAPOLIS – A judge has sided with Roche Diagnostics and issued a court order preventing a pharmacy network from dispensing Accu-Chek Test Strips, according to court documents.

InfuSystem Mobile gives patients, clinics peace of mind

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09/24/2018

MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. – InfuSystem Holdings new patient safety app, InfuSystem Mobile, is allowing clinics to connect with their patients like never before.

NHIA keeps pressure on CMS

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09/20/2018

WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders met with CMS officials on Sept. 17 to discuss their concerns with home infusion provisions included in a recent proposed rule.

Home infusion market sees supply-and-demand issues

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09/14/2018

YARMOUTH, Maine – It has been a hot market in the past, but there aren’t a lot of deals being done in home infusion these days, mainly due to a shortage of inventory, say M&A analysts.

ASAA details apnea’s impact

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09/06/2018

WASHINGTON – The American Sleep Apnea Association released a report on Sept. 5 that details the impact of sleep apnea on patients and families.

EW readies for legislation to drop

Group has already launched grassroots campaign, #MakeMeWholeAgain, with Twitter hashtag, Facebook page and website
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08/24/2018

WASHINGTON – With the end of the August recess in sight, women’s health advocates anticipate the House of Representatives and the Senate to quickly introduce a pair of bills that would require Medicare to pay for custom breast forms.

Q&A: Ascensia’s Russ Newsome

Health apps should be seamless, predictive
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08/17/2018

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Ascensia Diabetes Care recently selected the Culinary Coach, a digital solution from U.K.-based Whisk that provides personalized food recommendations to users, as the winner of its Ascensia Diabetes Challenge.

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