SAN DIEGO – As has happened before with illnesses such as heart disease, the impact of poor sleep on women has only recently been getting attention from researchers and sleep therapy stakeholders.
KITCHENER, Ontario – Broda Seating is officially a free agent.
MINNEAPOLIS – Sometimes one move can tell a great deal about a company’s plans.
ATLANTA – With an eye on increasing provider awareness and interest, representatives from five companies showed off their winning entries from the 2014 HME Innovative Retail Product Awards at a Medtrade panel discussion.
The software market for HME has gone through a whirlwind of consolidation in the past few years, but not everyone is caught up in buying and selling, says David Golen of Universal Software Solutions.
WATERLOO, Iowa – When change is upon you, the choice is either to resist it or commit to making it work.
ELYRIA, Ohio – Mal Mixon was at a business meeting in China, just ahead of the Paralympic Games in Beijing, when he learned the Chinese didn’t know how to play wheelchair basketball.
Andover, Mass. – In recognition of World COPD Day Nov. 19, Royal Philips launched a patient survey to uncover the physical, emotional and psychological challenges COPD patients face on a daily basis.
GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen execs say the company has found a winning combo with its direct-to-consumer strategy and its product portfolio.
GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen capped off another successful quarter, with total revenues nudging a 50% increase, the company said in an earnings call Tuesday.
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