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Indie companies 'chugging along'

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12/28/2012

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

YARMOUTH, Maine – National companies might be on the buying path these days, but some independent providers say they’re here to stay—even if it’s not easy.

PMD template: CMS takes next step

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12/21/2012

WASHINGTON – Suggested prompts are now in place for the electronic clinical template for power mobility devices (PMDs), paving the way for the next step.

ATG Rehab stays small even as it grows

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12/21/2012

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

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12/14/2012

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

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12/07/2012

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

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11/26/2012

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

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11/08/2012

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

Doug Crana grabs an exclusive

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11/07/2012

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

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11/01/2012

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

PMD demo: Ask and you shall receive

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10/26/2012

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.

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