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"Oxygen Webinar - Part 3" Scheduled for February 27th

Mark you calendar for Thursday, February 27, 2020 at 4:00 pm Eastern, as we present the third and final installment of our oxygen webinar series. Registration is now open.

As you may recall, our first webinar in October featured officials from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), who provided information intended to lead to better understanding of the Medicare oxygen coverage requirements. Our second webinar in the series, held in November, featured a pulmonologist, a pulmonary rehabilitation nurse, and an oxygen patient who discussed ways to optimize the use of supplemental oxygen systems to improve your respiratory quality of life. Our final webinar will feature durable medical equipment (DME) suppliers and the CMS ombudsman.

We are honored to have as our panelists Registered Respiratory Therapists Joseph Lewarski, MHA, RRT, FAARC, and Angela King, RPFT, RRT-NPS. Mr. Lewarski is Senior Vice President/General Manager, Global Business-Clinical Care & North American Manufacturing Operations for Drive DeVilbiss Healthcare. Ms.King is the Owner/CEO and Vice-President of Clinical Services with Mobile Medical Homecare. We will also be joined by Tangita Daramola, Competitive Acquisition Ombudsman for the US Department of Health and Human Services. The goal of this webinar will be to improve understanding, collaboration and cooperation between beneficiaries and DME suppliers under current rules.

Please click on this link to register:

Feel free to download this flyer and share it with anyone you feel would be interested:  Oxygen Webinar - Part 3.pdf

As with all US COPD Coalition sponsored webinars, there is no charge for attending this webinar.  

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