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What a first half of the year it's been

July 13, 2020Liz Beaulieu, Editor

It being July (how did that happen—very quickly and very slowly at the same time), I logged into Google Analytics to find the most read stories for the first half of the year. Not surprisingly, all but one of the five most read stories are related to the coronavirus pandemic (see list with links below). Let's start with that one story that's not related to the pandemic: “'Wiser' CMS executes new order” (No. 2). It was a big deal when CMS decided to replace four types of orders with...

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Bidding on the brain

September 25, 2018Liz Beaulieu, Editor

Fall always makes me think of the end of the year, and the end of the year always makes me wonder about the most read stories of the year. I just pulled that data for Jan. 1, 2018, through today, Sept. 25, 2018, which represents roughly three-quarters of the year, and the top 10 most read stories are listed below. As you can see, the list is dominated by competitive bidding news, and it has been a roller coaster year for the program. We wrote about—and you read about in earnest—everything...

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Year in review: The next front materializes, and the impact piles up

November 29, 2017HME News Staff

Here's a look at the most read stories for 2017. I know there are still 32 days left in 2017 (who's counting), but I couldn't help myself (and I needed a blog topic). The No. 1 most read story surprises me—and it doesn't. It surprises me because it's not competitive bidding related. On the face, it's even what we call a “state story,” meaning it doesn't even apply to every provider everywhere. But it doesn't surprise me, because it's representative of the increasing influence of...

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