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VirtuOx helps providers ‘cut cord’ on deliveries 

February 5, 2021Liz Beaulieu, Editor

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla – VirtuOx has launched a new oximetry program called EzOx, reshaping the process of qualifying patients for home oxygen therapy, and making it more efficient and cost effective for HME providers, says Kyle Miko.  Under the program, VirtuOx drop ships a disposable oximeter to patients in their homes, eliminating the need for providers to drop off and pick up a traditional oximeter, saving about...

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IDTFs to providers: DIY

October 25, 2013Liz Beaulieu, Editor

Independent diagnostic testing facilities (IDTFs) have been a hotbed for technology in the first half of 2013.Both Kansas City, Mo.-based Breathe LLC and Port Richey, Fla.-based Advanced Diagnostic Solutions Inc. (ADSI) rolled out new mobile and web-based tools recently designed to help cash- and time-strapped HME providers do their jobs more efficiently—and “on the fly.”“We're automating as many functions as possible to streamline the process for providers,” said Brandon...

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Breathe goes wireless

September 27, 2013HME News Staff

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Breathe has launched, BreatheLink, an oximetry downloading system that sends overnight test data straight to a patient's DME provider, it announced Sept. 23. By remotely sending oximetry results to the provider, BreatheLink can reduce the number of delivery trips by as much as 50%, according to Breathe, an independent diagnostic testing facility. “DME providers are looking for ways to cut operational expenses and BreatheLink plays a significant role in reducing unnecessary...

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Breathe, LLC launches mobile oximetry app

June 24, 2013HME News Staff

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Breathe, LLC, a provider of overnight oxygen supplies and oximetry testing, has launched a mobile oximetry application, according to a press release. The patent-pending application, currently available on the iPhone, with forthcoming plans for an Android-compatible version, allows providers to view oximetry reports, fax reports to physicians, and view patient status and prescriptions. Through the app, providers can also sign patient forms directly on the phone, view patient archives...

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