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Invacare begins to blog

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02/02/2010

ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare made its first significant foray into online social media in January when it launched a corporate blog called Invacare Connects (http://www.invacareconnects.com).

Bello builds Web home for HME sales reps

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01/26/2010

So in early December, the president of Fort Wayne, Ind.-based Team@Work launched HME Sales Community, a subscription-based Web site designed exclusively for sales reps.

The Compliance Team: It's 'all about continuous improvement'

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01/26/2010

The accreditation company's new benchmarking tool went live last month and allows providers to chart patient satisfaction weekly, monthly, quarterly and annually in eight different areas. It also lets them compare their efforts against universal benchmarks--the averages of all providers who use the new Web tool.

FAA inflates travel O2 options

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01/26/2010

The newly authorized POCs are DeVilbiss Healthcare's iGo, International Biophysics Corporation's LifeChoice, Inogen's One G2 and Oxlife's Independence Oxygen Concentrator.

'Paging Dr. Bob Arnot'

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01/26/2010

PALM CITY, Fla. - Connectyx Technologies is the latest HME company to bring a celebrity spokesperson onboard to help build consumer awareness for its products.

Do rattling cylinders drive your drivers crazy?

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01/19/2010

ST. LOUIS - Responsive Respiratory has come up with something that it appears the HME industry has never seen before: the Cylinder Silencer.

Invacare reaches out to Obama, Haitians

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01/14/2010

ELYRIA, Ohio - President Obama has asked for ideas on how to spur economic growth and create new jobs, and Invacare plans to answer. The president's White House to Main Street Tour rolls in to Loraine County (home of Invacare's global headquarters) Jan. 22.

Investors target wound therapy

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09/30/2009

he three companies--Aurora Capital Group, Hollywood Capital and Moelis Capital Partners--joined forces recently to merge RecoverCare and MedaStat, creating a wound care distributor with revenues approaching $200 million, said Hollywood Capital's Chairman Mark Bidner, who will serve as the new company's CEO.

Mickey Letson's back in business.

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09/30/2009

A little over two years after he sold Letco, a high profile distributor of respiratory drugs and related products, to the Harvard Drug Group, he's running a technology company, Dream Software, and developing products intended to make HME providers more efficient.

AgaMatrix take a bite out of Apple

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09/30/2009

AgaMatrix, the manufacturer of WaveSense blood glucose monitors, has created a free application (app) for Apple's iPod Touch and iPhone to help people with diabetes better manage their disease.

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