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Inogen meets expectations in Q4 

January 10, 2023HME News Staff

GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen estimates preliminary, unaudited total revenue of $87.5 million to $88.5 million for the fourth quarter of 2022, representing year-over-year growth of 14.5% to 15.8%.  It estimates total revenue of $376.7 million to $377.7 million for the full year, representing year-over-year growth of 5.2% to 5.5%.  “Despite the prevailing macroeconomic pressures and headwinds resulting from our efforts to continue upgrading the operating disciplines in our DTC...

Home oxygen therapy, Inogen, respiratory care

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COPD patients benefit from telerehabilitation, according to trial 

January 9, 2023HME News Staff

NEW YORK – Long-term telerehabilitation and unsupervised training at home for COPD patients are both successful in reducing hospital readmissions and can broaden the availability of pulmonary rehabilitation and maintenance strategies, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Researchers embarked on the randomized controlled trial because, despite the benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation in COPD, many patients do not access or complete...

COPD, respiratory care, Telerehabilitation

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Quipt announces LOI, increases guidance

November 16, 2021HME News Staff

CINCINNATI – Quipt Home Medical has executed a non-binding letter of intent to acquire “an arm’s length” private respiratory company in the Midwestern United States with 15,000 active patients.  The company reported unaudited trailing 12-month annual revenues of about $13 million, $1.6 million in net income and positive adjusted EBITDA.  “This acquisition target is very powerful as it services a significant metro hub in the Midwest and after closing,...

M&A, Quipt Home Medical, respiratory care

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Mail order madness?

February 25, 2013Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine - When it comes to providing quality respiratory care, mail order just doesn't cut it, say providers.“It's a terrible patient care model,” said Thad Connally, president of First Choice Home Medical in Bowling Green, Ky. “It takes a lot of coaching and hand holding to get the right mask fit and the right pressures.'”To be sure, the model isn't common—yet—but providers are starting to see it happen more, and they don't like it, especially when it...

Home Medical Equipment, Oxygen, respiratory care

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