Based on a sampling of claims, an HHS OIG report estimates that Medicare improperly paid for $8 million in power mobility device repairs.
The survey is intended to estimate the true costs of providing intermittent catheters to Medicare beneficiaries.
There are growing concerns that pulse oximeters could take less accurate readings for patients with darker skin pigmentations.
SmartSaver rates, the lowest rates available, are now in effect for the annual conference and expo, which runs Oct. 24-26 at Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center.
The new unified show will run March 28-30 in Dallas, with the centrally located city serving as a ‘rallying point’ for providers across the country.
The member service company’s annual event ran June 13-15 in Waterloo, Iowa, and offered attendees a packed agenda.
ResMed says the $1 billion purchase of MEDIFOX DAN, which makes out-of-hospital software solutions, would help it expand its post-acute SaaS reach to the German market.
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.
Nearly half of respondents said a decreased level of physical activity had increased the number of times they urinated during the day.
Agency warns consumers not to use specific adult portable bed rail models manufactured during specific years by Mobility Transfer Systems and Metal Tubing USA.
Respiratory software company will debut Ventilator Compliance and Outcomes Service Model at next week’s VGM Heartland event.
The national association re-elected Apria’s Guidetti as chair as well as Medical Service Company’s Marx as vice-chair and Pride Mobility’s Johnson as secretary. Six others were also elected to the board.
HME and CRT software and business services company is now offering its four key service brands to Canadian providers.
Guests will still be able to register on-site for the in-person conference and educational event, which runs June 13-15 in Waterloo, Iowa.
Letter and infographic are designed to help HME advocates engage Medicaid programs on the challenges facing patients’ access to incontinence supplies.
Helsinki Committee approves the trial of SleepX Pro, a home sleep apnea testing app for smartphones.
The Award recipient will be named at the AOPA National Assembly, running Sept. 28 to Oct. 1 in San Antonio, Texas.
The message is designed to help sleep providers grappling with supply problems ask payers to relax technology-related compliance requirements.
The Birdie EVO XPlus aims to maximize comfort and security for homecare patients transferring from a bed, a chair, or the floor.
With another extension now expected, several reimbursement and regulatory policies impacting HME will continue as long as the PHE remains in effect.
The former VGM president will now serve as the president of Commercial Operations for the sleep and respiratory products manufacturer.
The addition of e-Scripts into ATLAS Enterprise Software facilitates seamless, efficient, end-to-end order processing management for HME and CRT providers.
ResMed-led study analysis that the threshold for PAP therapy’s benefit ranges between 2 and 3 hours a night and helps the more it longer used.
Vendors of complex rehab and accessibility solutions can take advantage of early-bird entry rates until May 27 for the clincian- and supplier-judged product award contest.
The annual event is open to members and non-members and runs Aug. 17-18 in Wrightsville Beach, N.C.