Lynncore Medgroup, Inc. Announced Today They Had Been Awarded Their Bids for Several Product Categories, Territories Selected for The First Round of The Medicare Competitive Bidding Project

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Lynncore Medgroup, Inc. announced today they had been awarded their bids for several product categories and territories selected for the first round of the Medicare Competitive Bidding Project. "Winning the bids was really no surprise to us" says Will Cates, C.E.O. "The Medicare contractor took many things into consideration when awarding the bids. They weighed product quality, the company's financial standing and the ability to service the territory as well as the price of the equipment. Our company is certainly financially sound and we have been providing quality products and outstanding service to people in those areas for a very long time. I'm sure the CBIC took our track record into consideration when awarding the bids and knew their beneficiaries would receive the very best service and equipment from us."

Winning the bids was really no surprise to us

Lynncore Medgroup, Inc. announced today they had been awarded their bids for several product categories and territories selected for the first round of the Medicare Competitive Bidding Project.

"Winning the bids was really no surprise to us," says Will Cates, C.E.O. "The Medicare contractor took many things into consideration when awarding the bids. They weighed product quality, the company's financial standing and the ability to service the territory as well as the price of the equipment. Our company is certainly financially sound and we have been providing quality products and outstanding service to people in those areas for a very long time. I'm sure the CBIC took our track record into consideration when awarding the bids and knew their beneficiaries would receive the very best service and equipment from us."

When asked about the difficulty of preparing the bids Jennifer Woody, Sr. V.P. of Lynncore told us, "Once we understood exactly what the CBIC was looking for the process was fairly easy. Anyone who is monitoring their business in a responsible manner already knows their pricing and capacity in any given territory. The CBIC was simply looking for that information in a particular format. The CBIC's web site offered most of the guidance needed, but they also had customer service reps available during extended hours. That proved to be invaluable."

When asked what Lynncore expected in the second round, Will Cates, CEO stated, "We expect to have the same results. We will still be providing quality equipment and excellent customer service at reasonable prices, so I don't see any reason we won't be awarded more bids in round two."

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