As the price for hard-to-find formula skyrockets, the AAHomecare group calls on private payer insurance and Medicaid programs to increase coverage for breast pumps and supplies.
Agency warns consumers not to use specific adult portable bed rail models manufactured during specific years by Mobility Transfer Systems and Metal Tubing USA.
Letter and infographic are designed to help HME advocates engage Medicaid programs on the challenges facing patients’ access to incontinence supplies.
The Birdie EVO XPlus aims to maximize comfort and security for homecare patients transferring from a bed, a chair, or the floor.
For the first time in two years, members of the women’s health-oriented conference were able to meet in person for educational sessions and dedicated time with vendors.
The market for diabetes management devices will exceed $28 billion by 2032, according to forecasts from IDTechEx.
Gov. Pritzker poised to sign legislation that would remove sales tax for retail transactions of breast pumps and related supplies starting July 1.
Incontinence product maker maintains operations for more than 2 million consecutive hours and longer than three years worked without an OSHA Lost-Time Accident.
Designed for a variety of applications, the work environments meet critical clean requirements for pharmacies and labs.
Software company has added more than a dozen workflow enhancements to its Business Management Solution for Pharmacy designed for home infusion pharmacy organizations.
The majority of those surveyed also said insurers should not require patients to use pharmacies owned by the insurer.
Certification will enable maker of sleep, oxygen and other products to expand its manufacturing.
The device continuously monitors face velocity airflow of fume hoods.
Bills have been introduced into the state General Assembly’s Senate and House that would remove sales tax for retail transactions of breast pumps and related supplies starting July 1.
The NHIA and several other organizations urged the FDA and state regulatory agencies to investigate and regulate direct access infusion businesses to protect supplies and patients.
- By David Kopf
- Jan 20, 2022
The women’s HME-focused event will move from Feb. 5-7 to May 1-3 due to caution over the recent surge in Covid-19 cases.
Stakeholders develop a document to educate payers, Medicaid programs on the need for patient access to key urological products.
The device continuously monitors the face velocity airflow of a pharmacy fume hood.
A new position paper from the organization calls on Congress to ‘make permanent’ the allowances CMS implemented for telehealth evals for CRT during COVID-19.
Aiming to be easier to transport, the new beds feature a frame that provides the same durability but is up to 100 lb. lighter than current bariatric beds