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ResMed Halifax gets rebate deal

November 25, 2015HME News Staff

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia - ResMed Halifax will earn a rebate of up to $787,500 over five years from the province of Halifax if it creates 40 new jobs, according to Nova Scotia Business. ResMed acquired the Halifax-based Umbian in 2012 and renamed it ResMed Halifax. Umbian is the developer of U-Sleep, a web-based software solution to track CPAP usage by long haul truckers.

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In brief: ResMed bulks up exchange, AHIA launches home-mods app

September 11, 2015HME News Staff

SAN DIEGO - ResMed's patient compliance software program, U-Sleep, is now connected to LabRetriever's sleep lab electronic medical records platform. The new partnership means compliance data measured by U-Sleep will automatically flow into the LabRetriever EMR, streamlining processes and boosting efficiencies for sleep lab and HME partners, according to a press release. “The integrated approach we've taken with ResMed will reduce data entry, eliminate the task of adding patients into multiple...

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Brightree, ResMed announce further integration

September 2, 2015HME News Staff

ATLANTA - Brightree and ResMed have enhanced the integration capabilities of Brightree's HME billing and management software with ResMed's U-Sleep compliance solution. “As the healthcare industry transitions from a fee-for-service to an outcomes-based reimbursement model, providers are constantly seeking to improve patient outcomes and increase operational efficiencies,” said Dave Cormack, president and CEO of Brightree. The two companies began working together in 2013 to automate the...

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ResMed, Brightree plan enhancements

September 30, 2014HME News Staff

SAN DIEGO - ResMed has expanded its relationship with Brightree, with both companies agreeing to enhance the integration of ResMed's U-Sleep compliance solution within the Brightree solution and add new features from ResMed's AirView patient management system. The first of these enhancements is salted to introduced in November. Brightree and ResMed began working together in 2013 to automate the onboarding of patients that use ResMed S9 PAP devices into U-Sleep.

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In brief: Lawmakers try to put brakes on bid expansion, contractors warn docs of DME scams

March 21, 2014HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - Reps. Glenn Thompson, R-Pa., and Bruce Braley, D-Iowa, are spearheading a congressional sign-on letter urging CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner not to expand competitive bidding until the Office of Inspector General (OIG) has completed its investigation into the program, according to AAHomecare. “It's no secret that policymakers on both sides of the aisle see the controversial national bidding program as an unacceptable burden on the elderly and disabled,” stated Tom Ryan,...

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U-Sleep, Universal Software integrate

March 18, 2014HME News Staff

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia - HME providers can now access Umbian's U-Sleep compliance monitoring solution directly from Universal Software Solutions' Healthcare Data Management System (HDMS) billing management platform. The end result: a more efficient mechanism for merging practice management and billing-related activities with patient usage compliance, according to a release. Key features of the integration include the ability to: add a patient simultaneously in HDMS, U-Sleep and ResMed's EasyCare Online...

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On the Editor's Desk

A dose of trouble mixed with a dash of opportunity

December 10, 2012Liz Beaulieu, Editor

A relatively small group of vendors dominated the headlines of HME News in 2012. Four of the most read stories in 2012 had to do with three vendors that found themselves in the crosshairs of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for much of year, each for numerous violations. As 2012 wound to a close, Invacare, GF Health Products and Merits all maintained that they had made significant progress in returning to the FDA's good graces. Invacare was prepping for a third-party audit early in 2013, followed...

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