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Easy Breathe checks benefits

July 15, 2020HME News Staff

LOS ANGELES - Easy Breathe, an online CPAP store, now offers insurance “Easy Check,” allowing its team to provide free, no-obligation benefits verification for customers. Customers access the insurance “Easy Check” form online, fill it out and submit it. Easy Breathe will then reach out to customers after checking their insurance benefits, usually within one to two business days. “We started our 'Easy Check' program as part of our ongoing commitment to making CPAP easier,”...

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AdaptHealth amps up supplies portfolio

December 20, 2019Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. - AdaptHealth's acquisition of Patient Care Solutions gives the provider a nice platform for expanding its supplies business, say analysts.PCS offers disposable medical supplies, including urological, incontinence, wound care and diabetes supplies, as well as breast pumps.“They've been doing supplies as a matter of course and I think this gives them the opportunity to leverage the customer base they have,” said Pat Clifford, managing director, the Braff Group. “It's...

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AdaptHealth expands supplies portfolio

November 22, 2019HME News Staff

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. - AdaptHealth has entered into a definitive agreement to buy McKesson's Patient Care Solutions (PCS) business, adding urological and ostomy supplies to its growing product portfolio.PCS will also increase AdaptHealth's presence in the markets for wound care, incontinence and diabetes supplies, as well as breast pumps.“The acquisition of PSC will represent an important step in our continuing growth as an industry consolidator,” said Luke McGee, CEO of AdaptHealth....

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Supplies market fracturing, poll respondents say

July 18, 2019Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine - The closures of both a distributor and a provider of urological supplies are signs of a shifting marketplace, say respondents to a recent HME Newspoll.The majority of respondents to the poll (67%) fear that product choice is becoming more limited in the wake of Peco Medical, which manufactured low-cost ostomy and other supplies, closing June 1.“We used a lot of the PECO product line,” wrote one respondent. “It will be sad to see another distributor leave the market,...

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In brief: UroMed to close, bid registration opens

June 14, 2019HME News Staff

SUWANEE, Ga. - UroMed, a provider of urological, incontinence and other disposable medical supplies, will close on July 8, according to a letter to its customers.“We apologize for any inconvenience this closure may cause; however, over the next few weeks UroMed will be working diligently to ensure a seamless transition of care to another provider of your choice in accordance with your plan's network,” reads the letter, signed by Ryan Schorr, vice president and general manager.UroMed was...

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Mass Bay Respiratory rebrands

June 11, 2019HME News Staff

HANOVER, Mass.  - Mass Bay Respiratory is now Mass Bay Medical Supplies. Dianne Long and her son, Mike Long, have rebranded their company to better serve the more expansive needs of hospice families and their caregivers. They now offer a wide range of products, including hospital beds and accessories, respiratory equipment, wheelchairs, lift chairs, walker/rollators, crutches, tables, bathroom safety devices and incontinence supplies. The Longs have been serving families and caregivers in Eastern...

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Brightree expands resupply solution to other categories

April 10, 2019HME News Staff

ATLANTA - Brightree has expanded Brightree ReSupply to support categories other than sleep therapy. HME providers servicing a wide range of medical supply patients can now benefit from Brightree ReSupply, formerly called ConnectPRO, for incontinence, diabetic and enteral supplies. “We take pride in continually innovating based on the feedback and request of our customers, and the expansion into these new segments is an example of just that,” said CEO Matt Mellott. “Now providers...

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Innovest Global secures contract with Byram Healthcare

July 17, 2018HME News Staff

CLEVELAND - Innovest Global has announced that it has secured a call center contract with Byram Healthcare. “Byram Healthcare is well-positioned for continued growth and ran a competitive bid process to find a call center partner that would assist and support its growth,” Innovest Global stated in a press release. “The new contract builds on an existing relationship and Byram Healthcare believes that the Innovest Call Center will generate additional sales for Byram.” Innovest...

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Ally Medical, Preston Wound Care merge under Acentus

May 4, 2018HME News Staff

TAMPA, Fla. - Principles from Tampa, Fla.-based Ally Medical Services and McKinney, Texas-based Preston Mobility Plus, dba Preston Wound Care, have merged. They're now wholly owned subsidiaries of Acentus, also based in Tampa. Ally Medical is one of Florida's larges providers of incontinence and medical nutritional supplies to children with special healthcare needs, and urological catheters to the neurogenic bladder patient population. Preston Wound Care is one of Texas' largest wound care providers...

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Shield HealthCare expands into Arkansas

February 13, 2018HME News Staff

VALENCIA, Calif. - Shield HealthCare has expanded into Arkansas, demonstrating its commitment to the “ongoing growth of the company as a nationwide medical suppler leader,” it says. “We are excited to open up the Arkansas market,” said Roger Miller, chief marketing officer. “We believe that Arkansas customers using medical supplies need exactly what Shield offers.” Shield now operates in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Texas and Washington. The company,...

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