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Quick Tips – Submitting PWOs

At Edgepark/UroMed, our goal is to provide you a streamlined ordering process, free of followup calls to obtain additional information. Here are a few quick tips when sending your patient’s order, to help avoid any delays in their supply delivery.   Read more

Powerful New Tools to Streamline the Ordering Process

You asked for it, you got it! We’ve made some key changes to our ordering process, based on suggestions and comments we received from health care professionals like you. These improvements will reduce the time you spend placing orders, so you can focus on what’s most important – caring for your patients. Read more

What the New Year means for your Insurance Coverage

Last month, we talked about how to optimize your insurance benefits before the end of the year. This month we will discuss what typically happens with your insurance at the beginning of the year, and how this may affect what you pay when ordering supplies. Read more

Year-End Opportunity to Maximize Your Insurance Benefits

Early December is the optimal time to put in one last order for your supplies before the end of the year. Depending on your insurance, if you have met your annual deductible, your supplies at this time may be covered at the lowest copay, or perhaps at no cost, depending on your coverage. Wait until January 1, and you’ll have to start fulfilling your deductible again, potentially paying higher, or full, cost for supplies. Read more

Fitness Corner: Staying Active During the Holidays


Make regular exercise part of your holiday schedule by involving your family in your workouts. You’ll keep yourself fit and create lasting memories. Read more

Featured Recipe: Apple-Raisin Muffins


Try these healthy, delicious muffins! Read more

Enjoying the holidays when you have an ostomy

If this is your first holiday season with an ostomy, there are some things you may want to consider when traveling to visit family and navigating your way through the seemingly endless stream of holiday treats. Here are some tips to keep your holidays happy. Read more

Featured Recipe: Quick Sesame Green Beans

Green Beans

Try this alternative to the traditional creamed green bean casserole. Read more

Nutrition Corner: Making the best Thanksgiving Dinner choices


It’s a day where food is the center of the celebration. The average person eats more than 2,000 calories at the Thanksgiving table. Many traditional Thanksgiving Day staples are filled with carbohydrates, fat and sugar.  But with advance planning and some guidelines, you can stick to your diabetes meal plan while enjoying the day with friends and family. Read more

Fitness Corner: The benefits of stretching


You’ve seen athletes stretch before a game or a run. But it’s not just for athletes. Of particular benefit to people with diabetes, stretching has been proven to increase circulation. It increases blood flow and the supply of nutrients to muscles and cartilage. You can get a great stretch workout by doing pilates or yoga – but stretching is something you can do anytime and anywhere. Read more