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An evaluation of sound characteristics from two different CPAP systems.
The second quarter 2010 installment of the Sleep Survey from Wells Fargo, HME Business, Respiratory & Sleep Management shows that HMEs expect sleep revenue to grow by 8 percent in the next 12 months, up from 6 percent in the prior survey. Providers report growing at 7 percent in the past 12 months, up from 5 percent in the prior survey. Download the white paper to read the full results.
The latest installment shows that HMEs surveyed in September expect sleep revenue to grow by 6 percent (down from 9 percent in our prior survey) in the next 12 months after growing at 5 percent (down from 7 percent in our prior survey) in the last 12 months.
This latest installment, conducted during April and May of 2009, shows providers expect the sleep market to grow by 9 percent over the next 12 months, down from the 10 percent growth expectation of our last survey.
The latest results from HME Business and Wachovia Capital Market's ongoing survey of HME providers on various sleep and wound care topics. This latest installment, conducted during October 2008, shows providers expect the sleep market to grow by 10 percent over the next 12 months. Download the PDF for the full results.
An examination by the HME Media Group of 23 product codes across the 10 competitive bidding areas constituting round one of CMS's national competitive bidding program.
A white paper from CSC's Emerging Practices Group on using IT to support the shift to patient-centered care. The White paper examines IT's place in this process across the spectrum, from hospital to the homecare environment.
The HME Media Group recently analyzed all the winners of bids in round of competitive bidding. We compiled the winners, by product category, across all 10 MSAs into a spreadsheet for your review.
Wachovia partnered with HME Business to conduct a survey of home medical equipment (HME) providers.
HME Business partners with Wachovia throughout the year to provide our readers with the latest data on the sleep market. This latest survey of HME providers, conducted during Q4 2007 shows the sleep market is still going strong, and CPAP pricing is currently stable, but reimbursement rates for HME suppliers could be hurt by the upcoming national competitive bidding (NCB) program. Findings also included expected growth in the negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) market. Read the PDF to learn more!