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A race that spans generations at Hans Rudolph

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06/26/2017

SHAWNEE, Kan. – In the modern global economy, it’s nearly impossible when you’re young to know where you’re going to end up working someday. But if you’re Hans Rudolph’s son, or grandsons, or great-grandson, you might have a pretty good idea.

Workers’ compensation market: ClearPrice strives to bring clarity

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06/23/2017

SAN DIEGO – Pat Sullivan sees no need for re-billing vendors in the workers’ compensation market for HME. To prove it, he has launched a company called ClearPrice Networks to give providers and payers a more direct way to bill and pay.

Brightree buys Conduit Technology

‘The next logical area in need of automation is the intake process,’ says CEO Matt Mellott
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06/06/2017

ATLANTA – Brightree has acquired Conduit Technology, a provider of documentation and workflow solutions.

Conduit Technology’s flagship product, Conduit Office, is the engine behind Brightree’s MyForms.

People news: Sunrise Medical, VGM, Permobil

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06/01/2017

FRESNO, Calif. – Thomas Rossnagel has resigned as president and CEO of Sunrise Medical, the manufacturer announced today.

Johan Ek, chairman of the board of directors, has taken over as acting CEO, according to a press release.

Mediware broadens reach in alternate care market

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05/31/2017

LENEXA, Kan. – Mediware Information Systems has finalized an agreement to buy Kinnser Software, a provider of software solutions to 4,000 home health, hospice and private duty home care professionals, the company announced May 30.

Invacare announces another round of layoffs

Since 2014, company has reduced workforce by about 370 associates
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05/26/2017

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare is reducing its workforce by another 50 associates in North America, the company announced in a May 24 press release.

Tree Rings staffs call center with retirees

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05/23/2017

SUN CITY, Ariz. – Steve Shefveland has been growing Tree Rings, a call center outsourcing provider whose clients include the likes of Medline, in the suburbs of Phoenix since 2009.

Inogen sees growth curve for POCs

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05/12/2017

GOLETA, Calif. – Are Inogen’s continued strong earnings a sign that HME providers are finally adopting portable oxygen concentrators in larger numbers?

Yes, says CEO Scott Wilkinson, but don’t get too carried away.

Invacare readies pipeline

‘This is really the turn year,’ says CEO Matt Monaghan
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05/12/2017

ELYRIA, Ohio – Now that Invacare has made significant progress toward lifting a consent decree with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, it's paving the way to launch a robust pipeline of new products later this year

CPAP manufacturers go small to go big

ResMed, Philips seek to unlock ‘pent-up demand’ for travel devices
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05/05/2017

SAN DIEGO and AMSTERDAM – By launching travel CPAPs within weeks of each other in April, the two biggest names in sleep therapy, ResMed and Royal Philips, have started a race to grow a market for the devices.

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