Representatives of the Oregon and Washington association, along with VGM Government Relations, met with staff for Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Ore.).
A new study shows Medicare Advantage now accounts for 42 percent of all Medicare beneficiaries, with 26 million individuals enrolled in the program.
Legislation preventing insurers, MCOs and other payers from capping reimbursement for ventilators moves to Senate.
CRT company announces it is moving into the Nashville market to serve mobility users as part of a broader expansion strategy.
Acquisition of a significant portion of the Hudson RCI line of respiratory products from Teleflex will not only broaden Medline’s product portfolio but expand its manufacturing capabilities.
The purchase of the company, which specializes in emergency oxygen, marks a ‘logical next step’ in expanding OxyGo’s expertise
Association outlines how HME industry can capitalize on an ‘unprecedented opportunity’ to obtain meaningful reimbursement adjustments.
The certification means that the company’s RCM system for HME providers and pharmacies meets a broad range of government regulations and industry standards for information security.
An organization that helps small businesses in the Wolverine State grow will honor the company for its ability to adapt to a changing environment while continuing to innovate.
Association is hosting exploratory call on May 27 to examine breast pump policies, legislation and regulations. Any interested HME stakeholders are invited to attend.
Special Early Bird pricing is available until July 15 for the 20th anniversary edition of the event, which will be held in person September 13-15 in Waterloo, Iowa.
The addition of the British Columbia provider’s business brings Motion’s nationwide footprint to 42 locations in Canada.
Access ramp company’s premier sponsorship includes support for associations June Roll on Capitol Hill advocacy event.
The fifth annual MedTech Breakthrough Awards program recognized the system, which is designed to address common challenges in HME patient collections.
Narrowed supply chains are still bottlenecking product availability for providers as well as pushing prices higher. How is the industry responding?
- By Gordon Barnes
- May 06, 2021
System helps providers and physicians connect with various devices to monitor and manage at-home patient health conditions.
The 37th annual ISS will run Oct. 28-30 at Pittsburgh’s David L. Lawrence Convention Center, with pre-conference workshops slated for Oct. 26-27.
While the SmartSaver rates are no longer available, substantially discounted Early Rates for expo passes and conference passes are still available until May 15.
Mobile app that records coughs to help identify exacerbations and other disease activity in respiratory conditions such as asthma and COPD.
Prospective speakers must submit their 60- or 90-minute presentations on Friday, April 30 in order to have them consider for the upcoming October event.
DME pharmacies and community pharmacies using QS/1 Pharmacy Management can now reach more local shoppers by showing them their inventory online thanks to the integration.
AAHomecare advocacy efforts have resulted in policy and regulatory wins that have driven more than $2 billion back to HME providers’ budgets. How does the association plan to build on those wins?
- By David Kopf
- Apr 29, 2021
Even as the nation’s vaccination rate climbs and more Americans come out of lockdown, COVID-19’s impact on sleep continues to be felt.
PR firm will work with association to generate news coverage and opinion articles conveying the industry’s value on a national and state level.
The public health emergency, as well as the regulatory relaxations associated with it, will continue for another 90 days.