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In brief: CMS guidance, Convatec acquisition, Drive CEO

April 2, 2021HME News Staff

WASHINGTON – CMS has instructed the Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs) to hold all claims with dates of service on or after April 1, 2021, for a short period, in anticipation of possible congressional action to extend the moratorium on the 2% sequestration cuts.  “This will minimize the volume of claims the MACs must reprocess if Congress extends the suspension,” CMS wrote in a March 30 bulletin. “The MACs will automatically reprocess any claims paid with the...

Braze Mobility, complex rehab, ConvaTec, Cure Medical, Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare, Home Medical Equipment, Invacare, Merits, Oventus Medical


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Vendors

Cure Medical becomes part of ConvaTec

March 29, 2021HME News Staff

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., and BRIDGEWATER TOWNSHIP, N.J. – Cure Medical on March 24 announced that is has been bought by ConvaTec and that its CEO, John Anderson, will join the Continence Care division of the company.  The two companies have complimentary portfolios and, together, will be able to offer a more comprehensive range of products and services for patients and their DME partners, Cure Medical says.  “I welcome ConvaTec, a long-time...

catheters, ConvaTec, Cure Medical, M&A, medical supplies


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Business Development

Urologicals market offers a trifecta of benefits

November 30, 2020John Andrews

Urologicals are a surprisingly versatile market segment that marry rewarding work, cross-over sales and technological advancements. Not bad for a market that has a reputation for being a strictly commodity business in the HME industry, vendors say. John Anderson, CEO of Newport Beach, Calif.-based Cure Medical, is very upbeat about urologicals and the progress being made with respect to new products. “It is an extremely rewarding market - I have one customer who cried with joy because she was...

Cure Medical, Essity, incontinence supplies, urologicals


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Vendors

Vendors emphasize need to specialize

November 27, 2019John Andrews

Despite consolidation rippling through the urologicals category, manufacturers see the market continuing to be a positive environment for HME providers. By adhering to solid financial practices, sharpening their knowledge and context of the field and working closely with their supply partners, providers should enjoy success in the market, vendors say.“I look to our providers in amazement as they manage so many different policies, allowables and amounts with insurance payers,” says John...

Cure Medical, McKesson, urologicals


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Also Noted

Contest winners: Wheels UP!, MobilityWorks and VMI

November 1, 2019HME News Staff

Richard Corbett is the winner of the Wheels UP! accessible travel photo contest. Corbett submitted a photo of himself working out at the Original Muscle Beach in Santa Monica, Calif. The contest is sponsored by SPORTS 'N SPOKES Magazine, the Abilities Expo and Cure Medical. Corbett will receive a $1,000 Southwest Airlines E-Gift Card from Cure Medical and be featured on the November issue of SPORTS 'N SPOKES Magazine. Other winners: David Nickelson (second place), pictured off-roading along the rim...

Cure Medical, MobilityWorks, VMI, Wheels UP!


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Wheels UP! for photo contest

August 1, 2019HME News Staff

PHOENIX - SPORTS 'N SPOKES Magazine, the Abilities Expo and Cure Medical have joined forces online to host the Wheels UP! accessible travel photo contest from Aug. 5-16. The contest, formerly known as Get Out Enjoy Life, kicks off with a photo contest and prize giveaways. Participants in the U.S. and Canada may submit photos of related sports activities, family vacations and weekend outings to be considered for one of four prizes. SPORTS 'N SPOKES, the Abilities Expo and Cure Medical will share photos...

Cure Medical, photo contest, Wheels UP!


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Ms. Wheelchair America gets support from Cure Medical

February 8, 2019HME News Staff

BYRON CENTER, Mich. - Ms. Wheelchair America has announced a new partnership with Cure Medical to be the organization's exclusive urological catheter sponsor. “This partnership will help Ms. Wheelchair America continue to empower women of achievement through leadership, advocacy and education,” said Shelly Loose, president of Ms. Wheelchair America. As an exclusive sponsor, Cure Medical will financially support the mission of the Ms. America organization so that state titleholders can...

Cure Medical, Ms. Wheelchair America


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In brief: Rehab Medical adds orthotics, AAH ramps up support for CRT

February 8, 2019HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS - Rehab Medical has acquired OMS Rehab, a Kansas City, Mo.-based provider of orthotic devices and advanced rehabilitation equipment to long-term care facilities. “The acquisition of OMS Rehab diversifies the products we offer and allows us to provide more solutions for our patients,” said Rehab Medical President Kevin Gearheart. “Both companies share a common passion to improve the lives of others, so we look forward to working together to accomplish just that in the...

aahomecare, Cure Medical, NSM, Option Care, Rehab Medical


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Vendors

Hit TV show recreates Abilities Expo

January 4, 2019Liz Beaulieu, Editor

LOS ANGELES - Cure Medical participated in a special Abilities Expo in November. The company, which manufactures intermittent catheters, was among more than a dozen selected to help recreate the expo for an episode of the TV show Speechless, which features JJ, a teenager with cerebral palsy, that will air on Feb. 1.Here's what Lisa Wells, vice president of marketing for Cure Medical, had to say about the show's quest for authenticity and being one of its extras.HME News: Give me a 1-minute rundown...

Abilities Expo, Cure Medical, Speechless


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Business Development

Technology reshapes incontinence, skin, wound care

November 30, 2018John Andrews

Technology may not be the first word that springs to mind in reference to the incontinence, skin and wound care market, but perhaps its time that it took front and center. Innovations in connected care and therapeutic materials are becoming prominent in the category and offer viable applications for HME providers.One option for the incontinence segment just launched in September: the DFree portable bladder monitor from San Diego-based Triple W. The wearable product detects bladder volume levels and...

catheters, Cure Medical, incontinence, Limbkeepers, skin care, Triple W, wound care


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