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MSC adds M&A exec

September 29, 2020HME News Staff

CLEVELAND - Medical Service Company has added Matt Moebius as a mergers and acquisitions account executive. Moebius has the last 20 years working with provider and vendors in the HME industry, focused on sleep therapy. “MSC is excited to leverage Matt's experience and network to find meaningful partnerships to offer our sleep program and enhance patient care everywhere,” the company stated in an announcement. Right now, MSC offers its sleep therapy program to more than 50,000 patients...

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Annual event 'bigger' than Medical Service Company

September 18, 2020Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

CLEVELAND - Medical Service Company has taken its annual education forum for RTs and sleep technicians completely online this year and has tapped a well-known industry leader to keynote the event. The 20th?Annual Jean S. Marx Memorial Education Forum, scheduled for Nov. 18, features 10 sessions across two tracks, sleep and respiratory, and provides the opportunity to earn up to seven CEUs. “Considering the circumstances of the pandemic, we thought it would be best to switch (to a completely...

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Medical Service Company takes forum virtual

December 13, 2019Tracy Orzel

CLEVELAND - Medical Service Company recently held its 19th annual education forum with a new twist. This year, the provider live streamed it nationwide.“Technology really flattens out the world and makes things a lot more easy to access, and that's what we're trying to do,” said Josh Marx, managing director of sleep and vice president of business development. “We're trying to make this content more accessible, because we think it's valuable.”The Jean S. Marx Memorial Education...

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Medical Service Company invests in employees

September 20, 2019Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

CLEVELAND - Medical Service Company plans to boost its starting pay to $15 an hour to recognize the role that employees have in its success.The company, which provides respiratory products and services in six states, was already paying above the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour and the state minimum wage of $8.55 per hour in Ohio.“We've always understood that there's a lot that goes into each transaction in our business, and taking care of one patient is not as easy as taking a credit...

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In brief: Stakeholders issue bid challenge, Invacare appoints new board member

September 20, 2019HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - AAHomecare asks providers to zero in on lawmakers who have previously co-sponsored bid-relief legislation and ask them to support H.R. 2771.H.R. 2771, introduced in May by Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., and Dave Loebsack, D. Iowa, has 37 co-sponsors. H.R. 4229, introduced in 2017, had 53 original co-sponsors.“Over the next 10 days, we ask the HME community in these states to make contact with House members who co-sponsored H.R. 4229 in the last Congressional session and...

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Medical Service Company expands in Michigan

September 17, 2019HME News Staff

CLEVELAND - Medical Service Company has acquired the assets of Beaumont Health's HME business in southeast Michigan, according to Modern Healthcare.Those assets include four freestanding offices in Madison Heights, Berkley, Macomb and Riverview, and two offices at Beaumont hospitals in Royal Oak and Troy, the publication reported.“Detroit is an outstanding healthcare market,” Joel Marx, chairman of Medical Service Company, told Modern Healthcare. “You have multiple systems in the...

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Marx, Maughan join AAH board

August 2, 2018HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - AAHomecare has added two new members to its board of directors: Scott Maughan, president of Salt Lake City-based Alpine Home Medical; and Josh Marx, managing director of sleep and vice president of business development for Cleveland-based Medical Service Company. “We're extremely fortunate to add these accomplished individuals to our leadership team,” said Tom Ryan, president & CEO of AAHomecare.  “Scott and Josh bring high levels of expertise in HME to the board,...

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Medical Service Company gets aggressive about sleep

April 20, 2018Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

CLEVELAND - Medical Service Company has launched a new division, MSC Sleep, and has opened several CPAP treatment centers.“We've seen a underserved population of sleep customers in many markets,” said Josh Marx, managing director of sleep and vice president of business development. “Customers are not getting the experience or service they deserve.”In the past year, MSC Sleep has opened five CPAP treatment centers in three states—Ohio, New York and Kentucky—and...

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Short take: Medical Service Company

September 29, 2017HME News Staff

Medical Service Company was recognized as a Top Workplace in Northeast Ohio. The Cleveland-based provider was honored for its employee-centric culture. It's the sixth time the company has been recognized.

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In brief: Contract supplier pays $12M, CMS revises enrollment application

September 9, 2016HME News Staff

NEWARK, N.J. - U.S. Healthcare Supply, a national contract supplier for mail-order diabetes supplies, and two of its executives have agreed to pay the government more than $12.2 million to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act.The settlement resolves allegations that U.S. Healthcare Supply and Oxford Diabetic Supply, both based in Milford, N.J., set up and controlled a fictitious entity to make unsolicited telephone calls to Medicare beneficiaries to sell them DME. The companies...

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