Post-acute software company adds fax transmission and management capabilities to its cloud-based respiratory care management system.
Mobility advocates expect the agency to review the NCD on seat elevation/standing, which could finally provide long-sought-after funding for those systems. Aug. 3 virtual roundtable will set the stage for a public comment effort.
The sleep and respiratory equipment maker reported it has products 3 million replacement devices and repair kits. Aims to complete roughly 90 percent of shipments in 2022.
New York Medicaid unbundles CPAP and BiPAP payments. Alabama Medicaid updates PAP device policies. Both moves should mean reimbursement gains for providers in those states.
Judged by HME providers, HMEB’s New Product of the Year Award honors outstanding product and service achievements. The early bird entry rate lasts until Aug. 5, and the deadline for entries is Aug. 18.
The bi-partisan Congressional sign-on letter asks lawmakers to join an effort urging CMS to adopt a clear, standardized template letter for home oxygen equipment and supplies.
CRT veteran Wayne Grau will lead the national complex rehab association starting on Aug. 1. Announcement comes as industry stakeholders gear up for Aug. 15-19 CRT Awareness Week.
The Florida HME association’s annual event runs Aug. 4-5 in Orlando, Fla., and will feature vendor exhibitors, networking opportunities and educational sessions on a variety of topics.
Packer was presented with the RESNA 2022 Honorary Fellow Award for promoting issues and demonstrating leadership in assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering.
The Sept. 21 event invites HME providers to meet with Congressional offices to advocate for a number of HME policy priorities using a seamless virtual meeting platform
New software helps HME providers automate text and email patient communications to improve workflows and boost patient satisfaction — with no need for an app or patient portal.
Available for VGM members, this latest edition focuses on emerging opportunities such as e-commerce, care in the home, home accessibility and bariatrics.
In its fourth year, the Mobility Product Award program attracted a wide variety of complex rehab and other mobility entries, with several companies winning multiple awards.
Accessibility product company adds manufacturing and distribution center in Hopkinsville, Ky.; moves headquarters to Auburn, Wash.
Providers from the midwestern association convey the key role the HME industry has played during the Covid public health emergency.
California state’s new budget eliminates the 10 percent cut for DME and sets reimbursement for respiratory at 100 percent of Medicare. Association also slates annual meeting.
Össur’s Empower solution helps clinicians ensure they comply with new requirements for knee and spinal brace claims.
The sleep and respiratory technology company has promoted Lucile Blaise from her role as vice president of Sleep & Respiratory Care for Western Europe.
The Oct. 24-26 HME industry event continues to add exhibitors, with the expo now hosting more than 150 companies.
The latest Series B round will help company that provides technology solutions that helps coordinate patients’ transition into the homecare setting.
The survey is intended to estimate the true costs of providing intermittent catheters to Medicare beneficiaries.
Based on a sampling of claims, an HHS OIG report estimates that Medicare improperly paid for $8 million in power mobility device repairs.
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.