The event runs March 16-17 in Nashville and has an agenda that includes a variety of well-known industry speakers.
Providers have until Feb. 28 to reply to a short survey updating its 2021 survey on providing various types of HME before and during the public health emergency.
Dr. Jessica Presperin Pedersen will develop and execute the wheelchair manufacturer’s clinical education strategy in North America.
The two separate, but medically related NCDs should expand access to home oxygen services.
Purchase of Saskatoon retail business expands Motion’s footprint in Saskatchewan as a mobility and home access provider.
Requests for additional documentation will be based on the number of claims a provider has in a category.
AAHomecare offers resources to help providers lobby lawmakers to co-sponsor new legislation that aims to improve DMEPOS reimbursement.
The e-fix eco adds in-wheel motors, battery and joystick control to manual wheelchairs.
New House legislation would help increase reimbursement by 10 to 15 percent for 13 categories that CMS pulled from Round 2021.
Certification will enable maker of sleep, oxygen and other products to expand its manufacturing.
The device continuously monitors face velocity airflow of fume hoods.
Home Oxygen Company has launched an in-person replacement service of recalled Philips Respironics CPAP devices.
The manufacturer is celebrating two decades of making equipment and supplies for high-pressure oxygen.
Braze manufacturers special blind spot sensors that can turn any wheelchair into a ‘smart’ device that avoids collisions, which can cause injuries and property damage.
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 association is calling on providers to urge their Representatives to be original co-sponsors for draft legislation that would apply a 90/10 reimbursement rate to items in Round 2021’s 13 un-awarded categories.
Rep. Sharice Davids (D-Kan.) meets with representatives of two Kansas HME providers, as well as MAMES, to better understand how the narrowed semiconductor supply is impacting their businesses and patients.
Early rates offer a discount on registration for both expo and educational conference passes for the April 4-6 HME industry event in Phoenix, Ariz.
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 Florida association has moved the event to Feb. 16-17 and added a reception with dinner and drinks to the first day.
National provider of CRT products and services opens new office in Elmhurst, marking its first location in Illinois.
The new catalog features expanded respiratory and sleep product sections and showcases the company’s expanding line of value-added products.
The combined entity will serve HME providers in all 50 states and will hold more than 70 percent of the U.S. market for oxygen concentrator repairs.
Working with Keybridge Communications, AAHomecare undertook a 9-month media drive that secured nearly 100 print, online and TV placements calling for market-based reimbursement.
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.