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Electric Medical Bathtub Market: Segmented by Application,and Geography Trends, Growth and Forecasts

Electric Medical Bathtub Market: Segmented by Application,and Geography Trends, Growth and Forecasts



Electric Medical Bathtub Market report focuses on the major drivers and restraints for the key players. It also provides granular analysis of the market share, segmentation, revenue forecasts and geographic regions of the market. The Electric Medical Bathtub Market research report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Electric Medical Bathtub Industry.

In depth analysis of Electric Medical Bathtub Market is a crucial thing for various stakeholders like investors, CEOs, traders, suppliers and others. The Electric Medical Bathtub Market research report is a resource, which provides technical and financial details of the industry.

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To begin with, the report elaborates the Electric Medical Bathtub Market overview. Various definitions and classification of the industry, applications of the industry and chain structure are given. Present day status of the Electric Medical Bathtub Market in key regions is stated and industry policies and news are analysed.

Next part of the Electric Medical Bathtub Market Industry analysis report speaks about the manufacturing process. The process is analysed thoroughly with respect three points, viz. raw material and equipment suppliers, various manufacturing associated costs (material cost, labour cost, etc.) and the actual process.

Following are the key players covered in this Electric Medical Bathtub Market research report:

  • Georg Kramer Ges
  • Gainsborough Baths
  • ArjoHuntleigh
  • OG Wellness
  • TR Equipment
  • Trautwein
  • Unbescheiden
  • Dino Medical

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After the basic information, the Electric Medical Bathtub Market report sheds light on the production. Production plants, their capacities, global production and revenue are studied. Also, the Electric Medical Bathtub Market growth in various regions and R&D status are also covered.

Following are Major Table of Content of Electric Medical Bathtub Industry:

• Electric Medical Bathtub Market Competition by Manufacturers
• Electric Medical Bathtub Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2011-2021)
• Electric Medical Bathtub Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions (2011-2021)
• Electric Medical Bathtub Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type
• Electric Medical Bathtub Market Analysis by Application
• Electric Medical Bathtub Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis
• Electric Medical Bathtub Manufacturing Cost Analysis
• Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers
• Electric Medical Bathtub Market Forecast (2016-2021)

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Further in the Electric Medical Bathtub Market Industry Analysis report, the Electric Medical Bathtub Market is examined for price, cost and gross. These three points are analysed for types, companies and regions. In continuation with this data sale price is for various types, applications and region is also included. The Electric Medical Bathtub Market for major regions is given. Additionally, type wise and application wise consumption figures are also given.

Scope of the Electric Medical Bathtub Industry on the basis of region:

  • North America
  • Europe
  • China
  • Japan
  • Southeast Asia
  • India

With the help of supply and consumption data, gap between these two is also explained.

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To provide information on competitive landscape, this report includes detailed profiles of Electric Medical Bathtub Market key players. For each player, product details, capacity, price, cost, gross and revenue numbers are given. Their contact information is provided for better understanding.

In this Electric Medical Bathtub Market report analysis, traders and distributors analysis is given along with contact details. For material and equipment suppliers also, contact details are given. New investment feasibility analysis and Electric Medical Bathtub Market Industry growth is included in the report.

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Hospitals respond to feds’ warning about electronic records, billing fraud

Hospitals respond to feds’ warning about electronic records, billing fraud

Hospital industry groups responded Tuesday to the warning issued by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Attorney General Eric Holder, saying that the federal government shares part of the blame, because it hasn’t provided hospitals adequate guidance on billing for common services.

Politico: Hospitals: Feds Share Billing Blame

A threat from Health and Human Services and the Department of Justice to crack down on questionable Medicare billing has drawn a fairly strong rejoinder from two major hospital groups who say federal regulators deserve part of the blame. The Association of Academic Health Centers sent a letter Tuesday to HHS and DOJ echoing complaints from the American Hospital Association that the industry doesn’t have adequate guidelines on billing for some of the most common services. The hospitals said they had repeatedly asked for such information to no avail -; and that the problem has gotten worse with the proliferation of electronic health records (Norman and Millman, 9/26).

Modern Healthcare: Groups Push Back On Federal Warning About EHRs And Billing Fraud

If hospitals’ bills to federal healthcare programs are increasing through the use of electronic health records, it may be because of improvements in documentation and a lack of national standards for gauging the intensity of some treatments, industry groups asserted in response to a critical letter from two federal agency chiefs. Healthcare groups issued those reactions swiftly after receiving a letter Monday from HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder that publicly warned hospitals it is illegal to use electronic health records to inflate bills through “false documentation.” (Carlson, 9/25).

Meanwhile, The Wall Street Journal reports on how a popular procedure is emerging as a driver of Medicare costs -

The Wall Street Journal: Rise In Knee Replacements Boosts Federal Health Costs

The number of knee replacements paid for by Medicare has more than doubled over the past two decades, according to a study published Tuesday that suggests the popular procedure is emerging as an important driver of costs for the nation’s health-care system (Wang, 9/25).

http://www.kaiserhealthnews.orgThis article was reprinted from with permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Kaiser Health News, an editorially independent news service, is a program of the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonpartisan health care policy research organization unaffiliated with Kaiser Permanente.

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Are electronic medical records leading to higher medical bills?

The Center For Public Integrity: Growth Of Electronic Medical Records Eases Path To Inflated Bills

Electronic medical records, long touted by government officials as a critical tool for cutting health care costs, appear to be prompting some doctors and hospitals to bill higher fees to Medicare for treating seniors (Schulte, 9/19).

http://www.kaiserhealthnews.orgThis article was reprinted from with permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Kaiser Health News, an editorially independent news service, is a program of the Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonpartisan health care policy research organization unaffiliated with Kaiser Permanente.

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A Jet Tour of Northeast Indiana’s Medical Device Hub

A Jet Tour of Northeast Indiana’s Medical Device Hub

A Jet Tour of Northeast Indiana’s Medical Device Hub

This past week, Medgadget was invited to take a tour of Northeast Indiana, a region of ten counties surrounding and encompassing the city of Fort Wayne. You might already know about Warsaw, about 30 miles from Fort Wayne, as the headquarters for DePuy, Biomet, Zimmer, and a number of other companies that make the city the leading orthopedic device leader in the world. However, the rest of Northeast Indiana has also been evolving into a thriving medical device manufacturing hub, as labor is available, land is plentiful, and the region is very open and friendly toward the medical device manufacturing industry. In fact, according to the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, our host for the two day tour, the region has consistently been a leader in terms of dollars invested and jobs created in the industry. Over two days, we toured a number of different companies and talked to a number of executives about what makes their businesses successful and why they’re at a good place being in Northeast Indiana.

Micropulse offices A Jet Tour of Northeast Indianas Medical Device HubOur first stop was Micropulse, a contract manufacturer of implants and instruments for a number of large medical device clients. Micropulse was originally founded to produce parts for the automotive industry, but in the early 2000?s, founder and CEO Brian Emerick saw his business growing stagnant, and so he switched to medical devices and has Iotron A Jet Tour of Northeast Indianas Medical Device Hubnever looked back since. What’s interesting about Micropulse is that its facilities are also headquarters to the OrthoVation Center, a new incubator for Emerick’s other medical product ventures. The OrthoVation Center currently is home to four companies: Del Palma Orthopedics, Nanovis, BioSpine, and Sites Medical.

The next stop on our tour was a company that uses state-of-the-art technology to sterilize medical devices and other products. Vancouver-based Iotron recently opened a $15 million sterilization facility in the area and wanted to show us around.

Unlike current sterilization technologies that use gamma radiation or ethylene oxide gas, Iotron uses an electron beam for irradiation, which allows for much faster processing and greater flexibility in terms of applications, which in turn leads to lower cost for both the company and client. Electron beam technology also causes less material degradation compared to gamma radiation.

Our tour included a cool look at the electron beam generator and emitter (pictured), which is housed in the maze-like “shield”. Pretty cool stuff.

Precision Medical Technologies A Jet Tour of Northeast Indianas Medical Device HubNext, we traveled to Warsaw to visit Precision Medical Technologies, another contract manufacturer of orthopedic implants and surgical instruments. PMT has been extremely successful and is building another facility to handle their instrument manufacturing division in a neighboring county. Much of PMT’s success can be attributed to investing money in expensive, yet more sophisticated machinery that reduces the number of steps that it takes to manufacture a part, resulting in fewer variances and greater productivity. PMT also works very closely with local high schools and colleges to develop talented and experienced individuals to support the industry in the region.

Next was LH Medical, a division of LH Industries, which manufactures parts for a number of different types of businesses. Their medical division was started only about five years ago and has seen great success. Part of their vision is to manufacture all the parts that the other companies feel are too difficult or too low volume to manufacture. LH Medical also has its own team of design engineers to assist their clients in refining the design and manufacturing process.

Notre Dame Innovation Park A Jet Tour of Northeast Indianas Medical Device HubOur last stop was the campus of the University of Notre Dame to visit Innovation Park, an organization that provides facilities, funding, and other support for startups in life sciences and other industries. We had the opportunity to learn about some of the life science startups currently housed within their beautiful, new facility overlooking the Fighting Irish athletic complexes. CareX, founded by a Notre Dame management professor, is developing web-based point-of-care systems for physicians, caregivers, and extended/assisted living home nurses to track changes in their patients’ health. Altapure A Jet Tour of Northeast Indianas Medical Device Hub

Altapure, whose device we wrote about back in February, has developed a room/area sterilizer using ultrasonic technology to produce a highly dense cloud of liquid that can eliminate dangerous pathogens. F Cubed is developing and commercializing lab-on-chip technology to rapidly detect the DNA of dangerous bacteria in recreational and drinking water, food, and human fluid samples.

Overall, we got the sense that there’s a lot of innovation in the region, and we’re optimistic that, given the high rate of growth in the area, Northeast Indiana will join the ranks of the major medical hubs in the U.S.

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FDA Approves New Test To Help Determine If Breast Cancer Patients Are Candidates For Herceptin Treatment

FDA Approves New Test To Help Determine If Breast Cancer Patients Are Candidates For Herceptin Treatment

Food and Drug Administration approved a new genetic test that will help health care professionals determine if women with breast cancer are HER2-positive and, therefore, candidates for Herceptin (trastuzumab), a commonly used breast cancer treatment.

The test, called Inform Dual ISH, allows for measurement of the number of copies of the HER2 gene in tumor tissue. The HER2 gene is located on chromosome 17 in human cells. An excessive amount of the protein produced by the gene is found in some types of cancer cells, including breast cancer cells

The Inform Dual ISH test allows lab personnel to count the number of copies of HER2 genes on chromosome 17 in a small sample of the breast tumor. The sample is stained with chemicals that cause copies of HER2 genes and chromosome 17 to change color. Copies of the HER2 gene appear black and copies of chromosome 17 appear red. These color changes can be seen under a standard microscope.

This feature allows lab personnel to see and count copies of chromosome 17 and HER2 genes on the same slide, similar to HER2 amplification measurements that have traditionally only been available using fluorescence microscopes. The Inform Dual ISH, however, allows lab staff to see the HER2 and chromosome 17 signals directly under a microscope, for longer periods of time.

“When used with other clinical information and laboratory tests, this test can provide health care professionals with additional insight on treatment decisions for patients with breast cancer,” said Alberto Gutierrez, Ph.D., director of the Office of In Vitro Diagnostic Device Evaluation and Safety in the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health.

The FDA based its approval of the Inform Dual ISH on a U.S. study involving tumor samples from 510 patients with breast cancer. This study showed that the test was effective in confirming that a patient’s tumor sample contained more than the normal number of copies of the HER2 gene in 96 percent of the HER2 positive tumor samples. Patients with more than the normal number of copies of the HER2 gene are considered candidates for Herceptin therapy.

The study also showed that the test was effective at excluding the possibility that more than the normal number of copies of the HER2 gene were present in 92.3 percent of the HER2 negative tumor samples. Patients who do not have more than the normal number of copies of the HER2 gene are typically not candidates for Herceptin therapy. The ability to identify patients who are HER2-positive is a useful tool for physicians who may be considering treatment with Herceptin for their breast cancer patients.

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related death among women. An estimated 207,090 new cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in the United States during 2010 and about 39,840 women died from the disease, according to the National Cancer Institute. About 20 percent of women diagnosed with breast cancer are HER2-positive


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“Rosa” Is A New Stereotactic Neurological Surgery Robot

“Rosa” Is A New Stereotactic Neurological Surgery Robot

Thanks to the SurgRob blog, we found out about a new surgical robot that was recently released by Medtech, a company headquartered in Montpellier, France.  The device is intended for needle-based intracranial procedures like biopsies, epilepsy surgeries, and tumor resections, and features “a neurosurgical planning software, navigation and advanced robotic functions, haptic technology and advanced visualization capabilities.”

From the product brochure:

ROSA™ is the first multi-application robotic assistant for neurosurgery offering:
• Intuitive and powerful planning capabilities
• Surgeon oriented ergonomics
• Precise and dexterous instrument guidance
• Haptic collaboration with surgeon.

ROSA™ features cutting-edge proprietary technologies including Free-Hand Navigation®, complex instrument manipulation and the innovative Markerless Automatic Registration®.

ROSA™ assists surgeons in a broad range of indications such as Parkinson and Epilepsy treatments, tumor surgery and endoscopy procedures.
The main benefits of using ROSA™ are:
• Streamlined treatment delivery
• Shorter operating time
• Reduced invasiveness for the patient
• Consistent surgical outcomes

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emphysema claims aren’t being fully reimbursed?why

Want to know why your emphysema claims aren’t being fully reimbursed? Often, the reason is that you’re lacking two things when you submit your claim. You aren’t being detailed enough with your coding and your don’t have enough detailed medical documenation to back up your full diagnostic testing that is required to accurately diagnose emphysema and narrow the degree and type. When you’re compiling the medical billing for an established patient with active emphysema (492.8, Other emphysema) and they present and are complaining of shortness of breath (786.05); the physician provides inhalation treatment, trains the patient on using the nebulizer at home, and provides an expanded problem-focused examination and medical decision-making of low complexity, how would you report this?

There will be multiple codes for this visit as the emphysema was the reason for the visit however the physician also provided services and consulted regarding the nebulizer so there will need to be additional codings on the medical billing to take all the services rendered into consideration.

Be sure and capture 94640 (Pressurized or nonpressurized inhalation treatment for acute airway obstruction or for sputum induction for diagnostic purposes [e.g., with an aerosol generator, nebulizer, metered-dose inhaler or intermittent positive pressure breathing (IPPB) device]) to cover the comprehensive service the physician provided regarding using the nebulizer. Additionally, add in 99213, and back it up with documentation to show that the physician performed an exam of an existing problem with low- complexity decision-making.

If your documentation shows that the physicians’s primary intent was to treat the difficulty in breathing at the time of the visit, switch to 94640(Demonstration and/or evaluation of patient utilization of an aerosol generator, nebulizer, metered dose inhaler or IPPB device).

It’s important to always show if the emphysema is currently active at the time so further claims can use that diagnosis as part of the history where applicable.

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medical billing companies

The word “outsourcing” has become a dirty word for many physicians that have been burned by medical billing companies that either outsourced their claims to medical billing companies that use neither secure networks nor adhere to HIPAA regulation in order to maximize their profits; or the outsourcing company just turned out to not be reliable and it wound up costing the practice money to utilize their services.

Don’t let a bad experience keep you from partnering with a legitimate medical billing company that can not only help you get your reimbursements faster but also realize great profits by maximizing every single medical billing claim that is filed to make sure that all services and procedures are counted by the carrier and reimbursed.

If you’ve been hesitant about outsourcing your medical billing because you aren’t sure it would actually help your practice or you’ve been burned; do a little research on your own and ask for references. Ask the medical billing company what they will do for you. OMG will not only help you get the best reimbursements on your medical billing, they will also help you manage your practice by keeping your and your staff informed of coming CPT coding changes that will affect your practice as well as helping keep your patient accounts organized and you can log in and see where a patient’s account stands for insurance payments versus out of pocket. This is a very efficient way to run your practice and when you have the extra time due to partnering with a competent medical billing partner, you will finally be able to help your practice really grow!

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Medical Billing, Coding & Practice Management Firm

Medical Billing, Coding & Practice Management Firm

A Medical Billing, Coding & Practice Management Firm

Outsource Management Group is an innovative Medical Billing, Medical Coding, Practice Management & Consulting Company who is dedicated to providing your practice with the latest reimbursement strategies, information and services available to the healthcare Industry. Our #1 goal is to get you the reimbursement you are entitled to – in a timely manner.

Our Staff has the needed experience in the healthcare Industry to take your practice to the next level. With over 30 years of experience in the Healthcare and Insurance Industry OMG’s staff can provide your practice with a Complete Billing and Training Services Package to maximize your reimbursement.

Outsource Management Group has the expertise needed to provide outstanding service to physicians and other medical professionals from a broad range of specialties. Using the latest technology available we are able to provide our clients and their patients with fast, efficient service while maximizing our client’s income level.

Outsource Management Group provides medical billing, medical coding, practice management, consulting, training and various customer service operations to physicians and groups nationwide. We are located in Bloomington, Indiana – situated an hour south of Indianapolis.

Outsource Management Group, LLC was born in a small home office in Bloomington, Indiana. As the business began to quickly outgrow this office, it was soon moved into its current, much larger facility in an office complex.

Fueled by the professional drive and determination of its co-founders Melissa Clark and Kathryn Disney, Outsource Management Group, LLC has now grown over 2,000% since moving into its current facility and has the ability and dedicated staff to handle all aspects of your medical billing & coding processes.

Outsource Management Group, LLC has a simple mission, and that is to collect all revenue that is due, and do so in a timely manner!

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Medical Billing Faq’s

Medical Billing Faq’s

medical billing What is Medical Billing?
Medical billing is the practice of submitting claims to Insurance companies or the United States government, specifically Medicare in order to receive payment for services provided to a patient by a medical doctor or other licensed health care provider. . Medical billers usually work away from the public eye in the claims processing office, or in the billing department of a medical office, clinic or hospital. Their work hours consist of forty regular office hours from Monday through Friday. Go to: What is Medical Billing
medical billing What Is A Medical Biller?
Medical billers are important members of the medical office team. Their vast knowledge, flexibility, knowledge and skill comes into play each time a patient has received medical attention, a claim is coded, billed, and processed, and a case is closed. The medical billing career offers challenges, rewarding experiences, and good pay. Clerical and good organizational and people skills are also important traits to have. High school courses in mathematics, health, biology, typing, bookkeeping, computers and office skills will certainly help to pave the way for a career in medical billing and coding.Go to: Billing and Coding Career.
medical billing Training for Medical Billers
The medical biller’s training is extensive because of  the many responsibilities and duties involved. Those entering into this field should consider enrolling in a medical coding and billing training program that’s approved by the US Department of Education. This could be a vocational training institution in the local area or via a distance education course online. Go to: Student Success Story.
medical billing Medical Billing Experts
Medical billers are experts in the medical billing and coding process. They function as medical reimbursement consultants to medical practices to help them become more efficient. As you will quickly realize, the medical biller is seen as a patient’s advocate and regarded as a healthcare provider’s key to getting paid! Go to: Medical Billing Pros.
medical billing Medical Billing Certification
Medical billers and coders enjoy an important role where they work, whether as employed staff members, or working from a home based business as independent consultants. The government wants all coders of Medicare claims to be credentialed and certified. Yet, the National Inpatient Coder survey of 1999 showed that only a little over half of the inpatient coders are certified, although career training, financial aid, and grants are so readily available. Say yes, when employers ask: “Are you certified?”. It’s easier than you might think. Go to: Professional Certification.
medical billing Medical Biller’s Pay
Medical billers also are proficient in financial analysis, workflow and utilization of software, collections, insurance claim submission and management, patient and electronic medical records (EMR) management, HIPAA compliance, health insurance rules, insurance fraud issues, networking, marketing, customer services and many other related areas. The high demand on the job market allows medical billing and coding specialists to earn competitive wages. Medical billers and coders are compensated according to their level of training, experience, skills, and how effectively these skills are used. reports that the average annual salary range for Medical billers and coders is between $33,370 and $41,5061. Go to: Benefits of Certification.
medical billing Medical Billing Annual CEUs For Professionals
Professional medical billers are expected to participate in continuing education programs. Their professional associations and certification sponsors believe that continued education is the key to success in the medical billing and healthcare industry. Therefore they require that their membership obtains and documents a certain amount of annual CEU CREDITS to continue their certifications and licenses. Go to: Medical Billing CEUs.
medical billing Advancement Opportunities in Medical Billing and Coding
For several decades medical billing was done almost entirely on paper. However, with the advent of computers it has become possible to efficiently manage large amounts of claims. Many software companies have arisen to provide medical billing software to this particularly lucrative segment of the market. With today’s rapid advancement in medicine and technology opportunities for medical billers and coders abound. Although it can be a challenging career to break into at first it usually turns out to be very rewarding for those who made it. With additional education the possibilities are endless. Go to: Professional Advancement.
medical billing Medical Billing Home Business Start-Up and Success
We feature latest industry trends and news, information from leading career training institutions, tips from the pros, affordable continuing education CEU resources, and a free career info kit. Here are resources and tips on how to start your own medical billing or medical transcription services from home. Go to: Working from Home Tips.

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