About Bayshore dura medical
Our Mission at BayShore Dura Medical Equipment is to provide the highest quality service to our clients. We strive to maintain standards of integrity and fairness in order to benefit our community, families, and employees
In our daily living, change has become so commonplace that it is almost the norm. However, a hallmark of BayShore Dura Medical remains the same. “Good old fashioned service with care”, while maintaining the highest standards of integrity, professionalism, and accountability. We remain committed to our mission of providing the very best service to our patients, community, physicians, and referrals. As always, we greatly appreciate your continuing confidence in our service.
All of us at BayShore Dura Medical are confident that our clinical experience, expanded product line, superior coverage and our dedication to excellence in customer care, set us apart from the others. We offer this great combination to be your HME and Respiratory Services provider of choice.
Why Choose Bayshore dura medical?
BayShore Dura Medical Has Superior Coverage
From Port St. Lucie through the Florida Keys. Our locations in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade Counties bring us close to our customers and patients. Satellite technology tracks our stocked delivery vehicles and pinpoints the one closest to a given destination, which ensures the quickest delivery possible.
BayShore Dura Medical Is Accredited
We are accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) for Clinical Respiratory, Rehabilitation Technology and Home Medical Equipment Services.
Feds Fight Rampant Medicare Fraud in South Florida
Nov 21, 2007, National Public Radio
NPR Follow-Up Puts 'Positive Light on our Plight,' Provider Says
Nov 12, 2007, HomeCare
WASHINGTON--Blaming limited resources, a CMS official admitted on a National Public Radio piece airing last week that the agency has not been on the lookout for fraud--for years.
Greg Allen's piece aired on NPR, focused on Medicare HME and infusion fraud in South Florida
Oct 22, 2007, HomeCare
WASHINGTON--A National Public Radio report that zeroed in on Medicare fraud involving HME has generated a blitz of angry responses from providers who charge that the story was one-sided and cast all providers
NPR Says Medicare Fraud Replacing Drug Trafficking as Crime of Choice
Oct 19, 2007, Friday Report
Focusing specifically on DME fraud in South Florida, a national public radio (NPR) report says the FBI has interviewed drug dealers and asked them “why they are moving from ...
Flash Inspections Jeopardize Accreditation Process, Attorney Warns
Aug 27, 2007, HomeCare
HIALEAH, Fla.--According to Florida health care attorney Javier Talamo, some HME companies seeking accreditation are being given
Bond Requirement Would Likely Hurt Small Providers, Observers Say
Aug 06, 2007, HomeCare
BALTIMORE--It was a case of déjà vu for many in the industry last week when HHS announced a proposed rule that would require all DMEPOS providers to supply CMS with a $65,000 surety bond
CMS Launches Anti-Fraud Demo; Industry Asks, What Took You So Long?
Jul 09, 2007, HomeCare
BALTIMORE--HME providers in Los Angeles and Miami will face increased scrutiny under a massive anti-fraud demonstration program announced last week by CMS. The agency said each provider in the two metro areas will have to reapply for Medicare billing privileges and can expect multiple unannounced site visits
Early Bidders Run into System Stumbling Blocks
Jun 11, 2007, HomeCare
ATLANTA--Web site glitches and lack of key information have delayed some providers' attempts to bid in CMS' national competitive bidding project--and the 60-day clock is still ticking, HME stakeholders said last week.
Countdown to Bids: Providers Race Against the Clock
May 07, 2007, HomeCare
CMS issued item weights and product utilization data last week for round one of the national competitive bidding project, but the agency missed its
200 Miami HMEs Lose Provider Numbers
Jan 22, 2007, HomeCare
Some 200 HME providers in the Miami area have received letters from the National Supplier Clearinghouse suspending their provider numbers--and many, if not all, are without appropriate cause, attorneys and providers said
CMS Denies FAMES' Request for Emergency Oxygen Waiver
Nov 07, 2005, HomeCare
NPR Revisits DME Fraud | News
Following up on its much-criticized October report, national public radio (NPR) made an attempt this week to tell the other side of the story...
Medtrade Roundup | November 2004
Helping Hand for Hospital Referrals
Labor of Love | June 2004
A respiratory therapist finds room to grow in South Florida.