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Applied Home Healthcare announces new FDA drug reporting service

December 1, 2021HME News Staff

WESTLAKE, Ohio – Applied Home Healthcare Equipment, which offers oxygen filling, technical and regulatory support for HME providers, has launched a drug reporting service to help transfillers ensure they are meeting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s new requirement to report the amount of medical oxygen filled and released to patients annually. “The new drug reporting service we’re offering takes the worry out of annual reporting for our transfillers,” said Jim...

Applied Home Healthcare Equipment, Home Oxygen, oxygen transfilling

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How big will this animal get?

May 26, 2015Liz Beaulieu, Editor

Inogen has seen some traction from a private-label partnership with Applied Home Healthcare Equipment, company officials said during a conference call April 27 to discuss fourth quarter and full year earnings.Inogen and Applied Home Healthcare have partnered to offer OxyGo, a lightweight portable oxygen concentrator.“It is still early in the development of that relationship and something that will take many quarters to reach full potential,” said Ali Bauerlein, co-founder and CFO at Inogen....

Applied Home Healthcare Equipment, Inogen, OxyGo

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Business Development

Embrace 'rapid maturity' of oxygen market

June 20, 2014John Andrews

Whether an oxygen provider won the second round of Medicare competitive bidding or not, the results are the same: a dramatic restructuring of the oxygen business model is necessary for continued viability in the category, market experts say.With reimbursement cuts of 45%,  it is a new era of austerity that requires wringing every dollar out of every transaction, says Scott Wilkinson, executive vice president of sales at Goleta, Calif.-based Inogen.“Forty-five percent is a hefty cut covering...

02 Concepts, Applied Home Healthcare Equipment, Doug Francis, Drive Medical, Inogen, Invacare, Joe Lewarski, Oxygen market, Rob Kent, Scott Wilkinson, Victoria Marquard-Schultz

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