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In brief: CMS exempts accessories, Advanced Diabetes buys US MED, FDA classifies Philips recall

July 30, 2021HME News Staff

WASHINGTON – CMS in a final rule issued July 29 says it will permanently stop applying competitive bidding pricing to accessories for complex rehab manual wheelchairs.  In late June, CMS agreed to extend an 18-month pause on applying bid pricing to these accessories for an additional 90 days, until Oct. 1., to give the agency more time to review the industry’s request.  “We are sincerely grateful to CMS for making today’s policy decision and protecting...

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Short takes: Supreme Medical, Golden Technologies

July 26, 2021HME News Staff

Theodore, Ala.-based Supreme Medical has become an executive sponsor of the Florida Alliance of Home Care Services (FAHCS). “Supreme is laser focused on partnering with HME providers throughout the Southeast, and we view supporting their local state associations as the foundation for starting to build long-term relationships with the owners and operators of those businesses,” said Colton Mason, senior vice president. Supreme will exhibit at the FAHCS Annual Meeting on Aug. 5-6 in Orlando,...

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Supreme Medical increases transparency

July 2, 2021Liz Beaulieu, Editor

THEODORE, Ala. – Supreme Medical Fulfillment has launched a new online ordering portal with real-time inventory to help its provider customers better respond to everything from the COVID-19 pandemic to supply chain challenges.  “Some portals will say a product is available or that it’s in stock,” said Colton Mason, senior vice president. “We found providers didn’t want to know that; they wanted to know if we had six or 60. Now when they’re placing...

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Supreme Medical taps new sales VP 

January 13, 2021HME News Staff

MOBILE, Ala. – Supreme Medical has named Eugene Keane vice president of sales and marketing. In this role, Keane will work to expand Supreme’s home care and post-acute distribution business serving HME, pharmacy, home health and hospice providers throughout the Southeast. “I am excited to have Eugene leading our sales and marketing efforts,” said Colton Mason, senior vice president of Supreme. “He will be working closely with our manufacturer partners to build...

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Distributors see home care as winning market

February 3, 2020Guest Commentary

Medical supply distributors and manufacturers are turning their attention to the rapidly growing field of home health care. They are also realizing something that may come as no surprise to you—it's a really complicated field that's undergoing a lot of change.A group of more than 40 experts gathered in November at a Home Care Thought Leaders event in Arlington, Va., hosted by the Health Industry Distributors Association. They met to better understand the market and to strategize about how to...

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Distributors see home care as winning market

December 16, 2019HME News Staff

Medical supply distributors and manufacturers are turning their attention to the rapidly growing field of home health care. They are also realizing something that may come as no surprise to you—it's a really complicated field that's undergoing a lot of change. A group of more than 40 experts gathered in November at a Home Care Thought Leaders event in Arlington, Va., hosted by the Health Industry Distributors Association. They met to better understand the market and to strategize about how...

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Supreme Medical catches up

May 17, 2019Liz Beaulieu, Editor

MOBILE, Ala. - Supreme Medical went live with a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system on May 1, putting the wholesale distributor on a more level playing field with its larger competitors, says Colton Mason.“That was the missing piece, the only reason we were losing business,” said Mason, senior vice president. Supreme Medical, which carries supplies for a variety of product categories, as well as DME, debuted the new system from MDS Distribution/The System House at the IMCO National...

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Supreme Medical adds CBD products

August 14, 2018HME News Staff

MOBILE, Ala. - Supreme Medical has partnered with Green Roads to add CBD products to its roster of distributed products. Green Roads produces more than 50 CBD products that are formulated by a licensed compound pharmacist using high quality, broad-spectrum hemp oil and other natural ingredients, according to a press release. Supreme Medical believes the CBD industry is poised to generate more than $2 billion in revenue by 2020. “This product category represents a huge opportunity to generate...

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Supreme Medical launches catalog

February 21, 2018HME News Staff

MOBILE, Ala. - Supreme Medical has launched a new Homecare & Post-Acute Catalog featuring more than 40,000 items from more than 700 manufacturers, it announced Feb. 21. The distributor of medical supplies and DME will use the catalog to build its homecare division servicing HME/DME providers, independent pharmacies, home health agencies and hospice providers, it said in a press release. “Homecare customers today want a one-stop shop experience,” said Colton Mason, senior vice president....

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In brief: Senators circulate letter, Liberty looks to sell

June 30, 2017HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - A letter urging HHS Secretary Tom Price to use regulatory authority to provide bid relief in non-bid areas is now circulating in the United States Senate.The letter, which is spearheaded by Sens. John Thune, R-S.D., and Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., and also addressed to CMS Administrator Seema Verma, states: “We are concerned that CMS did not fully consider the costs of providing DME in non-competitively bid areas or the length of time needed by providers to adjust to the change.”A...

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