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equipment

[ə′kwip·mənt]
(engineering)
One or more assemblies capable of performing a complete function.
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Onward began billing Medicare for fraudulent durable medical equipment in 2003, according to court documents.
To provide unit dose medications to their patients, durable medical equipment suppliers were left with two alternatives.
If you have durable medical equipment or computerized equipment to donate or sell, or if your child needs equipment that is not covered by your health insurance policy, call your state's Tech Act program.
CONTACT: David Clements of Precision Durable Medical Equipment, +1-972-392-2250, +1-972-392-1891, PrecisionDME@yahoo.
Personal care services, durable medical equipment, unskilled in-home nursing care, prescription drugs, nursing home stays, and other long-term care services are urgently required.
CIGNA Government Services (CGS) is a Durable Medical Equipment Medicare Administrative Contractor and Medicare Part B contractor for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
AMI) is building a single source provider of orthopedic durable medical equipment ("DME").
We take very seriously our responsibility as a Medicare contractor and the positive impact we can have on the lives of millions of Medicare beneficiaries, providers of durable medical equipment and health care professionals.
AMI) is building a single source provider of orthopedic, podiatric and urological durable medical equipment ("DME") and incontinence treatment solutions.
The program, which has begun providing benefits, is an efficient way for pharmacies to process claims for prescription medications and certain durable medical equipment items for individuals who do not have any form of health insurance coverage and who are from the Texas emergency area declared by the President.
OMI is a full-service provider of procedure specific, orthopedic durable medical equipment ("DME"), respiratory equipment, orthotic equipment, and prosthetic devices with approximately $3,200,000 in revenue.

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