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Worthington: We're going to 'dazzle'

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07/22/2010

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Worthington Cylinders recently let it be known loud and clear that it plans to be a major player in the home respiratory market.

Q&A: Women's health

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07/22/2010

The last 20 years have been quite a ride for Linda Jackson and other breast-cancer survivors. When Jackson had her first mastectomy 25 years ago, the environment for women was "degrading." There were very few bras, prosthetic breast forms or other post-surgery products.

Mediware likes what it sees in HME

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07/13/2010

LENEXA, Kan. - Mediware Information Systems has $21 million in the bank and plans to spend a chunk of it developing software products and business services for HMEs and other alternate care providers.

British invasion

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06/22/2010

APEX, N.C. - MediTek's first stab at breaking into the U.S. stair lift market petered out, but now, six years later, the U.K company is back and ready for business.

Fastrack builds billing business

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06/22/2010

PLAINVIEW, N.Y. - In the third such deal in five years, Fastrack Healthcare Systems has acquired the assets of Newnan, Ga.-based billing service Prometheus Group and its 150 billers. The two companies have had a partnership for more than two years.

Look in the mirror. What do you see?

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06/22/2010

YARMOUTH, Maine -- What kind of home medical equipment provider are you?

Brief: Brightree sets pace

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06/22/2010

ATLANTA - HME software vendor Brightree was the 24th fastest growing private company in Atlanta last year, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, which announced its Pacesetter award winners in April.

VGM plays CPAP 'middleman'

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06/14/2010

WATERLOO, Iowa - The VGM Group spent a year perfecting its new CPAP replenishment program, but now it's full steam ahead, says Jeremy Stolz, director of VGM Fulfillment.

Invacare tackles industry's image problem

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06/08/2010

ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare's new Web site is a gateway into the company and its subsidiaries, but it's also much more than that, said Lou Slangen, senior vice president of worldwide market development.

Anodyne eliminates identity crisis

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06/03/2010

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - Say goodbye to Anodyne Medical Devices and its subsidiaries: AMF Support Surfaces, Anatomic Concepts, Primatech Medical and SenTech Medical Systems.

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