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FSB’s Pinnacle Medical sells to AdaptHealth


CHICAGO – FSB Companies has sold its portfolio company Pinnacle Medical Solutions, a provider of diabetes management supplies, to AdaptHealth.

Skill, not luck, grows U.S. Med’s business


HME providers need to seize control of their future instead of leaving it to chance, says Mary Ellen Conway, chief compliance officer for US Med. 

CCS Medical looks beyond diabetes

‘A lot of those patients have co-morbidities'

FARMER’S BRANCH, Texas – Tony Vehadian, who was recently named CEO of CCS Medical, says delivering health care to the home is an exciting place to be.

CCS Medical taps former Cardinal exec as CEO


FARMERS BRANCH, Texas – CCS Medical has named Tony Vahedian as CEO effective Oct. 26.

LifeScan expands into e-commerce


MALVERN, Pa. – LifeScan has launched the OneTouch Amazon storefront and introduced the OneTouch Verio 30-count Test Strip value pack.

Post office troubles concern providers


YARMOUTH, Maine – A perfect storm of delays at the U.S. Postal Service combined with an increase in demand for mail-order supplies due to the COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for providers.

Solara Medical Supplies acquires Active Healthcare


CHULA VISTA, Calif. – Solara Medical Supplies has acquired the diabetes division of Active Healthcare.

The Raleigh, N.C.-based Active Healthcare,a provider of CGMs, insulin pumps and supplies, was founded in 1990 by Steven and Lisa Feierstein.

Diabetes providers deal with changing dynamics


Medicare reimbursement in the diabetes market has constantly slid downward, thwarting even meager margins on diabetic products.

Glooko receives ISO certification


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Glooko has received joint ISO 13485 certification from Intertek Testing Services NA Ltd. for both its Mountain View, Calif., and Gothenburg, Sweden, sites.

Solara faces lawsuit over data breach


CHULA VISTA, Calif. – A patient has filed a class action lawsuit against Solara Medical Supplies, which recently disclosed a data breach that impacted about 114,000 patients.