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ATG Rehab stays small even as it grows


Editor’s note: This is the second in a three-part series.

ROCKY HILL, Conn. – ATG Rehab has snapped up more than half a dozen complex rehab companies in the past year, but the provider’s goal is actually to stay small.

Complex rehab in 2012: A year for consolidation


YARMOUTH, Maine – The national players in complex rehab have made a steady stream of acquisitions of well-known providers like Glass Seating and Mobility, Care Medical and Chesapeake Rehab—a development that leaves stakeholders to speculate over the implications.

Separate benefit: Stakeholders spark efforts for 2013


BALTIMORE – Industry stakeholders are ready to “hit the ground running” on a new bill to create a separate benefit for complex rehab, says Don Clayback.

Separate benefit: Keep momentum going into 2013


WASHINGTON – Even with the 112th Congress rapidly coming to a close, providers should keep pushing the separate benefit bill, stakeholders say.

Phoenix flies after $1 million infusion


CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – James Rogers has a million reasons to be excited about the future of Phoenix Rehab and Mobility.

Doug Crana grabs an exclusive


NEWBURGH, N.Y. – Like many providers these days, Doug Crana is interested in new products, and he thinks he’s found just the ticket.

ATG Rehab buys Marshall Mobility


MCALLEN, Texas – ATG Rehab has acquired McAllen, Texas-based Marshall Mobility Plus, it announced today. 

PMD demo: Ask and you shall receive


WASHINGTON – CMS officials have extended an olive branch to power wheelchair providers who complain that they deny too many claims due to simple clerical errors.

Providers welcome retail-only products


What do HME providers have to say about manufacturers coming out with non-coded, retail-only power mobility devices (PMDs)? Bring. Them. On.

In brief: Convaid gives back


TORRANCE, Calif. – Convaid has launched a community outreach program, it announced Oct. 2.