GOLETA, Calif. – Say what you will about Inogen’s direct-to-consumer business model—it’s the business-to-business segment that continued to lead the company’s growth in the first quarter of 2015.
FRESNO, Calif. – Equistone Partners has put Sunrise Medical up for sale.
The European-based investment firm is considering offers from IK Investment Partners and Nordic Capital in a potential $507 million deal, according to Reuters.
GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen reported double-digit increases in sales and revenues for first quarter of 2015—a “solid start,” says Ray Huggenberger, president and CEO.
WATERLOO, Iowa – U.S. Rehab has negotiated an exclusive license agreement with the University of Pittsburgh to give its members access to an up-and-coming outcomes tool.
FRESNO, Calif. – Sunrise Medical has strengthened its presence in the high-end sports wheelchair market by acquiring RGK Wheelchairs.
GOLETA, Calif. – An accounting issue had little impact on Inogen’s delayed earnings for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, 2014.
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – Richard Mehan believes there will be a time when “everything will be electronic,” but when it comes to HME providers, don’t get him started on buzzwords like EMR.
Melio was one of 45 companies exhibiting at Medtrade Spring for the first time this year.
ELYRIA, Ohio – New President and CEO Matthew Monaghan will personally head up Invacare’s beleaguered North America HME business on an interim basis.
SAN DIEGO – ResMed saw a 42% increase in flow generator sales, but a 4% decrease in mask sales for the third quarter ended March 31.
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