TOPEKA, Kan. - A federal grand jury indicted six individuals Aug. 14 on charges that they conspired to defraud Medicare, Medicare beneficiaries and Elyria, Ohio-based Invacare Corp. The three who were named publicly by the U.S.
NORTHBROOK, Ill. - A report in the June issue of CHEST is associating a 12-fold increase in the diagnosis of sleep apnea with an increase in the number of accredited sleep labs and sleep publications in the past nine years.
PRINCETON, N.J. - More than half of caregivers feel healthcare providers do not make clear the goals for patient treatment, according to a recent report by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Foundation for Accountability (FACCT).
CMS cannot be deaf to the multitude of rehab professionals who are complaining about what's happening with K0011 power wheelchairs in their respective markets. The laundry list of questionable business tactics is seemingly endless.
YARMOUTH, Maine - Last year, after the injuries he sustained in a 1998 icestorm made walking an impossibility for William Brooks of Skowhegan, Maine, he responded to a power wheelchair television advertisement that promised to make him mobile again.