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Golden Technologies' new products include the GP301 Stride the GP302 Cricket

OLD FORGE, Pennsylvania—Golden Technologies announced it launched two new lightweight foldable power wheelchairs, further expanding its current line of mobility products. Golden Technologies' new products include the GP301 Stride aluminum folding power wheelchair and the GP302 Cricket carbon fiber folding power wheelchair. 

OLD FORGE, Pennsylvania—Golden Technologies announced it will showcase new products in both the power lift recliner and mobility divisions at Medtrade, the home medical equipment industry’s largest trade show, in Dallas, Texas, on March 29 and 30. The introduction of new technology and comfort features at the show will help retailers discover new ways to drive cash sales with profit-producing products.

The new partnership will integrate S3's Resupply SaaS platform to provide a complete resupply solution.

SARASOTA, Florida – Beyond HME, a patient outreach specialist that provides support in CPAP resupply, compliance, consulting and other disease states, announced a new partnership with S3. This comes on the heels of Beyond HME's recent collaboration with ACU-Serve, an end-to-end revenue cycle management company. The new partnership will integrate S3's Resupply SaaS platform to provide a complete resupply solution. 

RICHMOND, Virginia—McKesson Medical-Surgical Government Solutions LLC, a Richmond, Virginia-based leading distributor of medical supplies and health care solutions, announced it has been awarded a five-year U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) 65 II A, medical equipment and supplies, contract.

ATLANTA—LifeQ, the company that uses globally-recognized watch brands to gather personalized, clinical-grade data, announced it can detect as many as 40 sleep and cardiovascular disorders with smartwatches and other wearable devices, with an anticipated 100 diseases and disorders within the next two years—revolutionizing health care and improving consumers’ lives. LifeQ co-founders Laurence (Laurie) Olivier, CEO, and Franco du Preez, chief science officer, made the announcement.

Find out what has changed with these updated questions

Durable medical equipment (DME) Medicare administrative contractors (MACs) published updated frequently asked questions (FAQs) relating to the new Oxygen and Oxygen Equipment Local Coverage Determination (LCD) in early February.

MANCHESTER, Tennessee—Repair Authority announced today that it has acquired Pitcock Biomedical, a Manchester, Tennessee-based home medical equipment (HME) repair provider. This deal expands Repair Authority’s ability to provide repair services of stationary and portable oxygen concentrators, CPAPs, ventilators, home fill devices and other respiratory equipment in the Southeast U.S. and beyond.

RALEIGH, North Carolina—United States Attorney Michael Easley announced that Joint Active Systems, Inc. (JAS), a manufacturer of range-of-motion devices located in Effingham, Illinois, has agreed to pay $500,000 to settle civil claims under the federal and North Carolina False Claims Acts concerning allegations that JAS caused submission of false claims to the North Carolina Medicaid program for certain durable medical equipment (DME).

ORANGEBURG, New York—Durable medical equipment company Dynarex Corporation has announced Bari+Max, a new line of bariatric products.

According to the company, Bari+Max encompasses a robust selection of heavy-duty products featuring weight capacities of up to 1000 pounds. The line spans mobility, bathroom safety, long term care beds, home care beds, patient lifts and slings, and more.

BALL GROUND, Georgia—CAIRE Inc., a global manufacturer of oxygen therapy and on-site generation systems, has finalized the acquisition of St. Paul, Minnesota-based MGC Diagnostics Holdings, Inc. (MGC). This acquisition strengthens CAIRE’s position and focus on diagnostic technologies furthering expanding its expertise in serving patients throughout the progression of pulmonary disease, the company said in a news release. 

ERLANGER, Kentucky—Adaptive Imports has a new president and clinical director: Melissa “Missy” Tally.

Tally will oversee the United States sales and distribution of complex rehabilitation equipment brands including: Jenx, Hoggi, Krabat, SafeSpaces and HeadOvations. She will will focus on support for Adaptive Imports’ national team of independent sales representatives, customers, assistive technology professionals (ATPs), clinicians and referral sources.