ReWalk Robotics, which has created an exoskeleton suit for paraplegics, is expanding.
The HubScrub Model 20/80 UV offers a way for providers to clean equipment such as wheelchairs in six minutes.
I-MED Pharma Inc. has launched its new medical device, the i-PEN, for diagnosis of dry eye disease.
Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare planned to open a new 232,000-square-foot distribution center in Indianapolis today.
McKesson InterQual Connect has been integrated into ZeOmega's population health management system, the company said. This will automate pre-authorization for payors and providers.
Three healthcare service companies have joined forces to offer innovative solutions to LTPAC providers.
The world's largest pest control company will expand its services in North America after rebranding a recent acquisition.
Bloomfield East, a 130-bed skilled nursing facility in Lynwood, CA, has been acquired by a Los Angeles real estate investment company.
Capital Funding Group announced the closing of a $13.7 million cash flow term loan to the CommuniCare Family of Companies, an $8.7 million bridge-to-HUD loan for the acquisition of two MidMichigan Health skilled nursing facilities and two working capital loans for facilities in Michigan and Illinois.
SRS Medical has created The Spanner, a temporary prostatic stent designed as an alternative to a catheter. The product can help reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections.
PDI has launched its Prevantics® Device Swab Strip. The product expands on the existing Prevantics Device Swab by helping prevent central line associated bloodstream infections.
Pathway Health and Prime Care Technologies have announced a strategic partnership to help providers with performance improvement.
HealthcareSource has acquired Lean Human Capital after a year-long partnership between the companies.
DuPont Sustainable Solutions has expanded its consulting business to help healthcare entities address patient and staff injuries, as well as errors and incidents.
A new report from Alvarez & Marsal Healthcare Industry Group stresses success strategies for post-acute care facilities over the next decade.
- OSHA releases new workplace injury and illness reporting requirement
- Experts warn of skilled nursing market changes, researchers offer strategies to avert havoc
- CMS finalizes fire safety updates for long-term care facilities
- Preparing for Section GG
- OIG slams insufficient Medicare documentation, especially from nursing homes