Applied recognizes that the last several years have caused DME companies to make many changes in the way they do business. Market conditions have caused DME companies to look for more efficiency in their operations and try to reduce costs. Applied wants to help you. Refilling your own oxygen cylinders is a sure-fire way to cut your costs. By purchasing oxygen in bulk to transfill using either a gas to gas or liquid to gas oxygen refilling system per cylinder oxygen costs can be reduced by as much as 90%, sometimes more. Simply contact Applied and speak with one of our many professionals who offer years of experience in helping DME companies save money and reduce costs by designing an oxygen refilling program that fits your company needs and budget and show you how much you can really save by filling your own oxygen cylinders. Provide Applied with the number of cylinders that you have refilled each week and what you pay to have them filled and we will design a system for you. We are
DMEs from Oklahoma, Texas, Florida and across the country attended Oxygen EXPO2 in Orlando, FL on Jan 21st of this year. The expo, subtitled The NEXT Tech in Ambulatory Oxygen, gave DME providers an opportunity to learn about the latest homecare oxygen trends and market opportunities. We are all about technology and innovation, so being able to host an event like this where we can share our knowledge and help contribute to the industry is a great opportunity, said OxyGo CEO Victoria Marquard-Schultz. The one-day conference covered topics such as the future of portable oxygen, oxygen safety, finding assets and revenues in a connected DME market, and leveraging social media to increase patient retail and referrals. The keynote address was on advances in pulmonary medicine and was given by Franck Rahaghi, MD, MH, FCCP, Director of Respiratory Care at Cleveland Clinic Florida Hospital and Clinic. Dr. Rahaghi spoke about advances in pulmonary care and the importance of getting patients
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 13, 2019 OxyGo Announces Oxygen EXPO2 2020- The Next Tech in Ambulatory Oxygen Orlando, FL (December 13, 2019) OxyGo, a company noted for providing high quality home healthcare oxygen products, announced that it will host its first Oxygen Expo. The Expo will have sessions hosted by experts focused on the future of respiratory in the home health industry. The 2020 Oxygen EXPO2 will be held January 21st at the OxyGo in Orlando, Fl. The Oxygen EXPO2 will present the best of what is new and next in the industry. Our 2020 expo will showcase a product mix of incredible depth and diversity spanning the oxygen and technology spectrum. says Victoria Marquard-Schultz, CEO of OxyGo. Innovations, introductions, ideations and discoveries will abound at the Oxygen EXPO2. The 2020 Show will feature sessions led by industry experts. Each session will range from one to two hours and will aim to deliver solutions to some of the industrys most pressing challenges
Traveling with OxyGo NEXT OxyGo NEXT uses the latest state-of-the-art technologies to make traveling with your portable oxygen concentrator easier than ever. OxyGo NEXT has user-replaceable batteries, sieve beds and an easy to read LCD display with simple controls. This makes travel a breeze whether in car, train, cruise ship or on a plane! Traveling with OxyGo NEXT is straightforward and simple. One reason is it so easy to travel with is because it meets all the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements for use onboard an airline. Tip: Check with Your Airline Before Your Flight It is important to note that all airlines have their own requirements when it comes to traveling with a POC. Prior to travel, you should check the website of the airline you are using, whether its a large carrier or a small regional airline. On their website they will have a section on traveling with medical equipment. There you can find the forms you will need to prepare before your travels.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 14, 2019 Orlando, FL:OxyGo LLC, a leader in the portable oxygen concentrator market celebrated their 5th anniversary this past Friday. In 2014 OxyGo launched its first portable oxygen concentrator, to meet the needs of todays portable oxygen patients.Five years later, OxyGo has three different units and has been rated the best POC for three years in a row by a Needham Company report. Five years ago, we entered a highly competitive market, but we knew we had something very different and special to offer, said Victoria Marquard-Schultz, OxyGo, CEO. Since then we have continued to make it our mission to provide patients as well as providers with the very best POCs on the market. OxyGo offers an original 5-setting concentrator, OxyGo FIT weighing only 2.8lbs, and OxyGo NEXT. The NEXT is the latest unit which came out this year and it is setting the standard for portable oxygen concentrators. At only 4.7 pounds, and with 6 flow settings, the OxyGo NEXT
Westlake, OH (June 25, 2019) OxyGo, a company noted for providing high quality home healthcare oxygen products, announced that it has unanimously chosen Louis Buchino as the organizations next chief financial officer. On May 15, 2019 Buchino became the first CFO for OxyGo adding financial acumen to the executive team. I am excited to have Louis join us at OxyGo. He will make an immediate impact here, adding expertise, energy and efficiency to our already highly skilled team, says Victoria Marquard-Schultz, CEO of OxyGo. After working for two regional public accounting firms, Buchino obtained his MBA through Case Western Reserve and began working in private industry. His experience includes CFO and General Manager positions within the IT, Aerospace, and Energy industries. Im thrilled to have joined the OxyGo team. Ownerships commitment to providing resources supporting their strategy for continued growth within the healthcare industry is laying the foundation for ongoing success.The
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 19, 2019 OxyGo Announces Launch of OxyGo FIT Connect Orlando, FL: OxyGo LLC, a leader in the portable oxygen concentrator market announced the launch of their new Bluetooth enabled POC today. OxyGo FIT Connect will allow healthcare providers to improve patient outcomes through a new wireless connectivity platform using Bluetooth technology. The platform includes a provider dashboard and mobile application for patient use through mobile devices. The My OxyGo Provider Dashboard will work with the My OxyGo App to provide real-time monitoring that will aid in troubleshooting, concentrator health checks, preventative maintenance and geo-locating of patients POCs. Both providers and patients will be able to check battery life, column life, oxygen purity and more with the touch of a button! We are proud to introduce the OxyGo FIT Connect to the provider market. The new Bluetooth enabled unit and patient app, in conjunction with a provider focused
Orlando, FL: OxyGo LLC, a leader in the portable oxygen concentrator market announced the launch of their new Bluetooth enabled POC today.
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