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How 'bout those CGMs? And other modern inconveniences

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Thursday, December 5, 2019

“How ‘bout those CGMs?"

I was at the doctor’s office today—not the endo’s—and the nurse was double-checking I still used the Freestyle Libre.

We follow Medicare guidelines, they say

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019
By Dan Fedor

Many Medicare beneficiaries are being enticed by celebrities on TV to select a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan over original Medicare fee for service (FSS) with all the standard benefits of Medicare at a lower out-of-pocket cost. These plans often state they provide additional benefits, such as gym memberships, transportation and eyeglasses, so how can they provide more benefits with a lower cost? Seems too good to be true, doesn’t it?

Hope is not a strategy

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Friday, November 1, 2019

Ask most anyone at Medtrade earlier this month, and they’ll tell you there was something in the air.

TPAs and paramedics at the Summit

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Thursday, October 10, 2019

I already wrote a story overviewing the HME News Business Summit, but here are some snapshots that, while they landed on the cutting room floor for that story, are still too important not too share.

The implications of AdaptHealth’s upcoming IPO

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Following Adapt going public, will private equity-backed DME providers line up at the NASDAQ, eager to cash in their chips?

When AdaptHealth's plan to become a public company was announced in July, ears perked up throughout the HME industry. New IPO listings by DME providers are rare. That could change following Adapt’s IPO.

You tell us

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Wednesday, September 4, 2019

During a conference call last week with the panelists for a session at the upcoming HME News Business Summit on investment and M&A in the HME industry, it wasn’t long before the elephant in the room came up: competitive bidding.

Understanding capacity and demand: Tips for bidding in Round 2021

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Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Kathy Lester
Executive director of the Council for Quality Respiratory Care

As we head into the final stretch of bidding for Round 2021 of competitive bidding, suppliers across the country are realizing just how different the program is now compared to the past.

Shouting into the void? Some days I feel like screaming, too.

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Friday, August 23, 2019

I believe there's a saying that 5% of the people do 95% of the work.

Welcome to National CRT Awareness Week

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Monday, August 19, 2019
Don Clayback
executive director of NCART

You probably can feel it in the air. You’re sensing that this is not just any ordinary day and you’re right. Since it’s Monday, we’ll help explain that feeling. Today, Aug. 19, is the first day of National CRT Awareness Week.  

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