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Invacare targets convergence in 2020

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11/08/2019

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare’s not done cost cutting, but it’s now in a place where it can also focus on increasing revenues through new product launches, says Matt Monaghan.

Wendy Russalesi, HME’s relationship builder

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11/01/2019

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. – In her two decades in the HME industry, HME Woman of the Year Wendy Russalesi has held a variety of positions—from consultant to accreditation surveyor to executive director of the Jersey Association of Medical Equipment Suppliers.

CMS issues final ESRD rule

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10/31/2019

WASHINGTON – CMS on Thursday afternoon released an ESRD final rule that establishes a permanent home infusion therapy benefit in 2021 and establishes a methodology for establishing fee schedules for new DMEPOS items.

Rotech taps $50M for acquisitions

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10/31/2019

ORLANDO, Fla. – Rotech Healthcare has obtained a $315 million credit agreement to, in part, fuel strategic acquisitions.

Take advantage of Medtrade Spring SmartSaver rates

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10/31/2019

LAS VEGAS – SmartSaver Rates are in now in effect for Medtrade Spring, March 3-5 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. The spring show offers more than 160 exhibitors, educational programming, networking and the New Product Pavilion.

Reporter’s notebook: When Adapt goes public, industry will be watching

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10/28/2019

PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. ­–­ When AdaptHealth goes public later this year, other large players in the industry may consider doing the same, says Brad Smith, managing director/partner at Vertess.

HandyQuip connects customers with rentals

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10/28/2019

PONTE VEDRA, Fla. – When Stephane Poussou’s brother-in-law, who is paralyzed from the waist down, went to Las Vegas eight years ago to celebrate his recent graduation, he and his family spent five days—to no avail—trying to find the equipment he needed.

Providers place value on non-clinical staff

‘Excellent customer service is a must’
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10/25/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine – The vast majority of respondents to a recent HME Newspoll said they pay non-clinical staff more than the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.

Attendees report ‘good signs’ at show

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10/22/2019

ATLANTA – The HME industry is changing, but there are opportunities out there if you know where to look, say attendees and exhibitors at this year’s Medtrade.

James Rogers, a man with a story to tell

New president of ATHOMES wants to raise voice of HME
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10/18/2019

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – James Rogers is a retired CPA who got his start as a Medicare auditor, before becoming CFO, and ultimately, president of a chain of hospitals. Since 1992, he’s owned a number of home medical equipment companies.

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