A Connecticut DME releases a statement regarding a settlement it recently made to allegations that it violated state and federal regulations by using unlicensed technicians to set up CPAP and Bi-level machines, reports HME News.

“This was a matter of our disagreeing with their interpretation of Connecticut law about who can work with sleep apnea patients to do the initial set up of their CPAP machines,” company President and Co-owner John Loyer said in a statement. “We think it’s important for our patients and the members of the medical community to understand that the government never claimed J&L Medical Services failed to deliver quality care or equipment.”