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Mobility: A market that's evolving rapidly

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06/25/2018

A category as deep and wide as mobility is always being influenced by various undulating market dynamics, and those influences are perpetuating an ongoing evolution on several fronts.

Consumer mobility intensifies retail focus

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06/26/2017

With reimbursement dollars drying up for standard power chairs under Medicare, it’s no surprise that the category is becoming more retail-oriented in scope for mobility providers.

Amid industry turmoil, complex rehab shines

Editor’s note: This story is a follow-up to last week’s story on Merits Health Products entering the company rehab market.
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01/08/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine – With two new entrants into the complex rehab market in that many years, what’s the big draw for manufacturers like Shoprider and Mer

Merits joins the club

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12/31/2015

Editor’s note: Next week HME News looks at why the complex rehab market is attracting new entrants like Merits Health Products and Shoprider.

ROVI staffs up in preparation for product launch

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01/27/2015

CARSON, Calif. – ROVI Mobility Products, which plans to introduce its first product, the ROVI X3, early this year, has hired Eli Anselmi as director of education.

Different kind of transfer

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10/25/2013

CARSON, Calif. – Shoprider has diversified its product portfolio with an exclusive agreement to distribute Barton Medical’s transfer chair to the Veterans Affairs and homecare markets.

Shoprider launches complex rehab division

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08/27/2013

CARSON, Calif. – Shoprider Mobility Products expects to hit the market in 2014 with a line of complex rehab products and accessories, the company announced Aug. 27.

The Scooter Store impact spreads

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03/15/2013

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – The woes at The Scooter Store could hurt more than The Scooter Store, say multiple industry sources.

Medtrade Spring in bite-sized pieces

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Thursday, May 13, 2010

First off, what you're probably waiting to hear about most: The footprint of the show is smaller, yes, but the traffic has been good. Exhibitors acknowledge that there are fewer attendees, but they say they're "quality" attendees.