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Mobility

Numotion builds supplies business 

January 4, 2021HME News Staff

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Numotion has acquired Wheeler’s Medical Supply, a Jacksonville, Fla.-based provider of intermittent catheters and incontinence supplies.  The acquisition expands Numotion’s existing medical supplies business, which provides catheters, incontinence, ostomy and advanced wound care products.  “Growing Numotion’s medical supplies offering with the addition of the Wheeler’s team enables Numotion to...

Active Home Medical Supplies, incontinence supplies, intermittent catheters, M&A, Numotion, Wheeler's Medical Supply


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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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Providers

AdaptHealth makes diabetes play, with emphasis on tech

May 29, 2020Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. - AdaptHealth execs say recurring revenue streams and a focus on connected health care made a recent pair of acquisitions doubly attractive.The provider last week announced it would pay $425 million for Solara Medical Supplies and $62 million for ActivStyle, extending its reach further into the diabetes and incontinence supplies markets, respectively.The Chula Vista, Calif.-based Solara, a national supplier of continuous glucose monitors, insulin pumps and diabetes supplies,...

ActivStyle, AdaptHealth, CGMs, diabetes, incontinence supplies, Solara Medical


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AdaptHealth makes pair of supply buys

May 26, 2020HME News Staff

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. - AdaptHealth has expanded its medical supplies platforms with the acquisitions of Solara Medical Supplies and ActivStyle.The Chula Vista, Calif.-based Solara is a national supplier of continuous glucose monitors, insulin pumps and other diabetes supplies. The Minneapolis-based ActivStyle is a national provider of incontinence and urology products.“As AdaptHealth seeks to provide more value to patients, health care professionals and insurance payers managing chronic conditions...

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NorthShore to move into expanded facility

January 22, 2020HME News Staff

BUFFALO GROVE, Ill. - NorthShore Care Supply is moving into a new 173,000-square foot facility in Green Oaks in March. The new building will more than double its current space and includes NorthShore's headquarters, fulfillment center, contact center, research and development and a quality control lab. “It's going to be an exciting year for our company as we complete our relocation and bring online our new fulfillment center with heavy investments in automation and robotics,” says Adam...

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180 Medical launches caregiver scholarship

January 22, 2020HME News Staff

OKLAHOMA CITY - 180 Medical is launching the Ron Howell Caregiver Scholarship in honor of President Ron Howell, who will retire this year. It is open to college students who are unpaid caregivers to a family member or loved one and plan to attend a two-year, four-year or graduate school program in the fall. “We're thrilled to be able to implement a scholarship program that can offer a helping hand to caregivers, who often work so hard and give so much to their loved ones while also working...

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180 Medical expands into incontinence products

December 19, 2019HME News Staff

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - 180 Medical, a nationwide supplier of intermittent catheters and ostomy supplies, now also offers incontinence products. 180 Medical offers a range of incontinence products, including pull-on protective underwear, adult diapers and briefs, children's training pants, baby diapers, urinary bladder pads, incontinence liners, male guards, booster pads and underpads. “It's an exciting time for us,” said Mark Jassey, chief commercial officer. “We've spent nearly...

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Northshore Care upgrades shopping experience

November 21, 2019HME News Staff

CHICAGO - Northshore Care Supply has a newly revamped website, northshore.com, to offer a personalized shopping experience for users of incontinence supplies. The new website features an intuitive navigation bar, a dedicated sample request page, product filters, a full product catalog, customer product ratings, built-in subscription for auto-ship customers and personalized content. “Our new NorthShore.com website is a major leap forward in technology, speed and accessibility,” says President...

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Goodwill HME adds incontinence supplies

September 4, 2019HME News Staff

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - Goodwill Home Medical Equipment now offers incontinence products online and in-store for women and men. The inventory includes incontinence pads, briefs and disposable undergarments. Goodwill HME is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Bellmawr, N.J., that collects, refurbishes, sanitizes, and sells gently used medical equipment and unopened medical supplies at affordable prices.

Goodwill Home Medical equipment, incontinence supplies


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NC waives tax for incontinence supplies

July 18, 2019HME News Staff

RALEIGH, N.C. - The North Carolina General Assembly has passed a bill that exempts medically prescribed diapers and incontinence products covered under the Medicaid program from the state sales tax starting Oct. 1, according to AAHomecare. “This is a great win for the industry that was accomplished by the collaborative work of our lobbyist working with AAHomecare, ACMESA and other provider lobbyists,” said Gayle Devins, CEO of ActivStyle. The bill, S. 523, now moves to Gov. Roy Cooper...

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