Posts tagged with "Exemptee"

HME · July 05, 2020
The Independent Medical Retailers (IMR) is looking to shake up how the retail game is played when it comes to durable medical equipment (DME) and home medical equipment (HME). #DME #HMDR #HME
HMDR Program · April 25, 2019
The California HMDR FAQs were crafted during the establishment of the HMDR Program.
HMDR Program · July 14, 2018
Our Exemptee certification course is accepted by the California Department of Public Health - Food and Drug Branch. Earn a course completion certificate.
HMDR Program · January 30, 2018
Become An Exemptee - - Don't get tripped up. - - Many folks are interested in becoming a California Home Medical Device Retailer (HMDR) Exemptee. However, it's easy to miss that the application states some minimum requirements about who is qualified to submit an application. According to the California Application for Home Medical Device Retailer Exemptee License - New and Renewal form, these are the minimum qualifications: Education: High school diploma GED or equivalent. Attach copies of any...
HMDR Program · January 29, 2018
A new law modifies the requirement for the department to inspect a licensed home medical device retail facility business if it is accredited, as specified, by an accreditation organization approved by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
HME · December 05, 2017
"Since Maine does not require a medical device license for the sale of medical supplies, this may be an indication Amazon may not enter the drug supply chain, RBC analysts said." Source: Amazon cancels pharma license application in Maine, raising more questions about its health-care plans - CNBC
HMDR Program · November 16, 2017
Under the Sherman Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Law, the California State Department of Health Services (effective July 1, 2001), became responsible for the licensure and regulation of home medical device retail facilities (HMDRF).
Exemptee Training · October 11, 2017
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