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Protech: We're 'solid'

July 8, 2020HME News Staff

CINCINNATI - Demand for respiratory equipment is increasing, and demand for CPAP and other supplies remains strong, Protech Home Medical says in a July 7 corporate update. The provider says as certain U.S. states see spikes in COVID-19 cases, it has taken the necessary steps to plan, prepare and respond to a second wave. “The company's supply chain for critical equipment remains solid and we are comfortable with our current levels of inventory,” it stated. “However, as we feel appropriate,...

Coronavirus Outbreak, Protech Home Medical, update


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Brightree enhances patient intake tool

March 4, 2020HME News Staff

ATLANTA - Brightree announced key enhancements to its patient intake management software at Medtrade Spring this week that streamline and shorten the intake process for HME providers. The company has redesigned its Comprehensive Patient Intake, available with its Business Management Software, to address top pain points, including challenges related to incomplete documentation, prequalifying products, training new employees, disseminating contextual insurance knowledge and addressing inefficient workflows....

Brightree, Patient intake, software, update


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Hard-fought bid delay fails

July 15, 2016HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - Congress has failed to pass a bill that would delay a second round of Medicare reimbursement cuts for three months, until Sept. 30.In the days before a long recess that kicked off July 15, the Senate had begun a “hotline process” to pass an amended version of H.R. 5210, which had already been passed by the House of Representatives earlier in the month.As part of the process, the bill was introduced and distributed to all 100 offices of the Senate. If there were no objections...

Competitive Bidding, Delay, update


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Vendors

Invacare clears first FDA hurdle

May 14, 2013HME News Staff

ELYRIA, Ohio - Invacare announced May 13 that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first of three audits, allowing the company to resume certain production at its Taylor Street facility.Invacare may now resume manufacturing and distributing parts, components, accessories and subassemblies for further manufacturing at other facilities, according to a press release.“This is the first critical step in resuming full production at the Taylor Street manufacturing facility,”...

Audit, FDA, Home Medical Equipment, Invacare, update


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