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In brief: Medtrade cancels, Invacare grows, CRT gets support


ATLANTA – Medtrade has cancelled its in-person event scheduled for Nov. 2-4 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

EZ-Access opens up commercial market for providers


ALGONA, Wash. – EZ -Access has released a commercial-grade ramp system exclusively for DME providers.

EZ-Access, VGM team up on lift


WATERLOO, Iowa – Hannah Smith, one of six children who received specialized equipment during the VGM Heartland Conference in June, has also received a new vertical lift platform from Algona, Wash.-based EZ-ACCESS.

EZ-Access makes improvements


ALGONA, Wash. – EZ-Access has updated its website,, and strengthened its sales team.

Moneyline: Drive Medical seeks buyer, EZ-Access makes buy


PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive Medical has hired an investment bank to explore and carry out a potential sale of the company, according to PE Hub.

EZ-Access buys Phillips Lift Systems


ALGONA, Wash. – EZ-Access, a division of Homecare Products Inc., has made a second acquisition in its quest to become a one-stop shop for accessibility products.

Short takes: Fisher & Paykel, EZ-Access, Carolina’s HME


Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has signed a lease to operate a 125,000-square-foot facility in Moreno Valley, Calif., according to The Press Enterprise. The company already has an office in Irvine.

EZ-Access sights its scope on larger home accessibility market


ALGONA, Wash. – Betting that home accessibility is about to take off in a big way, EZ-Access is positioning itself as a “one-stop shop solution” for HME providers in that market, says CEO Don Everard.

In brief: Cardinal targets the home, EZ-Access makes buy


DUBLIN, Ohio – Cardinal Health now offers certain products direct to the consumer through a new “Hospital Quality at Home” brand.

The brand offers products in advanced wound care, first aid, personal care and home healthcare.

EZ-Access makes buy


ALGONA, Wash. – EZ-Access took a step toward expansion this week, acquiring Worldwide Mobility, it announced Sept. 14.