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DeRoyal debuts Continuum customer experience

October 18, 2017HME News Staff

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - DeRoyal Industries has opened a Continuum real-time inventory and charge-capture system customer experience. Located on the company's campus headquarters in Powell, Tenn., the facility will showcase Continuum's automated supply management and continuity of care features in a simulated operating room suite, inventory storage room and multiple demo stations. “Our Continuum platform helps clinicians bridge the gap between the acute care and post-acute care supply chain,”...

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Short takes: RRI, DeRoyal

February 16, 2016HME News Staff

St. Louis, Miss.-based Responsive Respiratory Inc. has published its new oxygen solutions catalog for 2016. The catalog highlights conservers, regulators and cases, carts, racks, cylinders and accessory items, as well as the company's expanded customization program. “RRI doubled its offering of customized products over the course of last year,” stated Tom Bannon, president…Bill Pittman, president and COO of Knoxville, Tenn.-based DeRoyal, plans to retire at the end of the first quarter...

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DeRoyal receives patent for automated system

August 29, 2014HME News Staff

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - DeRoyal Industries has received a patent for Continuum, an automated system for medical item dispensing, billing and inventory management. “Our Continuum system automatically reorders durable medical equipment when the product is removed from its storage bin and correctly associates the product with the fitter, the patient and the billing codes, while automatically replenishing inventory,” stated President and COO Bill Pittman in a release. The patent was issued Aug....

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In brief: CMS seeks to exclude certified orthotic fitters, DeRoyal receives patent

August 29, 2014HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - CMS would like to limit the provision of custom fitted prefabricated orthotics to “individuals with specialized training” like physicians. In addition to physicians, the agency defines those individuals as orthotists, physical therapists, occupational therapists and advanced-practical nurses. Not included on the list: certified orthotic fitters. CMS is accepting comments on the change, published in a recent proposed rule, until Sept. 2.DeRoyal receives patent for automated...

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