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Bleep removes the mask


CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Bleep is making headgear a thing of the past with its new DreamPort Sleep Solution, a mask-less CPAP interface.

“We try to be a little bit disruptive because it’s a disruptive product,” said Alan Greene, Bleep’s chief marketing officer. 

ResMed pilot program raises questions


SAN DIEGO – ResMed isn’t the first vendor to take its portable oxygen concentrator direct to consumer for certain customers, but there are certain details about its pilot program, Oxyensure, that concern HME providers.

ResMed tests blended model for POC


SAN DIEGO – ResMed in late March quietly launched a pilot program, Oxyensure, to sell portable oxygen concentrators by the same name directly to cash customers and through providers to insurance customers.

Great Life Healthcare bets on niche products, cash sales


ARCADIA, Calif. – Great Life Healthcare may be making its Medtrade Spring debut as an exhibitor next week, but the company will have a long-time HME veteran representing them at the show.

Belluscura readies to launch X-PLO2R


PLANO, Texas – Belluscura, a U.K. company that licenses and develops proprietary healthcare technologies, plans to launch a portable oxygen concentrator named the X-PLO2R in the U.S. market in the back half of this year.

Xealth receives investment from Philips, ResMed


SEATTLE – Xealth, a digital prescribing platform, has raised $11 million in a Series A financing round with new investments from healthcare companies like Philips, ResMed and McKesson.

PurWell applies VirtuOx approach to CBD


DELRAY BEACH, Fla. – PurWell, a spin-off of VirtuOx, an IDTF for sleep disorders and respiratory diseases, entered the increasingly crowded market for CBD products last month.

Law firm sues Inogen for misleading statements


SAN DIEGO – Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd has filed a class action lawsuit against Inogen on behalf of purchasers of the company’s stock between Nov. 8, 2017, and Feb. 26, 2019.

Inogen’s DTC sales shine in Q4

B2B growth slows, however, due to reduction in orders from national provider

GOLETA, Calif. – 2018 was a “year of investment” for Inogen and it paid off, company officials say, with a 50.4% increase in direct-to-consumer sales in the fourth quarter

Ki Mobility solidifies presence in Canada


STEVENS POINT, Wis. – Ki Mobility’s acquisition of NuVision Rehab Group and Western Home Medical, both in Calgary, allows the company to warehouse and distribute its products directly in and from Canada.