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Wheelchair users to host town hall


YARMOUTH, Maine – Wheelchair users will host a virtual town hall meeting on Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. EST to educate the general public on the unique needs of complex rehab technology users.

Obi delivers function—and form


DAYTON, Ohio – DESiN and its Obi robotic eating device have been making a mark on the complex rehab industry. First, The VGM Group and U.S.

NSM expands in metro NYC area


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – National Seating & Mobility has acquired Rehabco in Bronx, N.Y. Five ATPs will transition to NSM and the location will also serve as a centralized service and repair center, according to a press release.

Numotion to have new owner soon


BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Numotion has signed a definitive agreement to sell to a new private equity sponsor, a company exec has confirmed to HME News.

The national complex rehab provider has been backed by Audax Private Equity and LLR Partners for six years.

ATPs wanted: ‘There’s more urgency’


YARMOUTH, Maine – It’s become an age-old question in the complex rehab industry: How does it recruit more ATPs?

CRT stakeholders follow up on manual accessories


WASHINGTON – Complex rehab technology stakeholders had another shot at advocating for accessories for complex manual wheelchairs during the United Spinal Association’s Roll on Capitol Hill June 24-June 27.

Q&A: Simon Margolis fellow John Zona

‘It’s the right thing to do’

AUBURN, Mass. – As the rehab manager for Reliant Medical Group, a physician practice that does business with private insurers, the difficulties surrounding Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement don’t really affect John Zona.

Deadline extended for complex rehab sign-on letter


WASHINGTON – The deadline for collecting signatures for a congressional sign-on letter that asks CMS not to apply a provision in the 21st Century Cures Act to complex rehab technology has been extended to May 25. The original deadline for the letter, spearheaded by Reps.

CBO remains hurdle for complex rehab bills

Stakeholders push on with 220-plus visits on Capitol Hill last week

WASHINGTON ­– Complex rehab stakeholders have a tough, but not impossible, battle ahead of them to get their legislation passed in Congress this year, lobbyist Amy Cunniffe told the attendees of the National CRT Leadership & Advocacy Conference on April 25.

NSM makes ‘special’ buy


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – National Seating & Mobility has acquired Chattanooga-based Professional Rehab & Mobility. The deal, which also includes locations in Knoxville and Kingsport, allows NSM to expand its reach throughout Tennessee.