WASHINGTON – A congressional briefing on July 15 to educate staffers about two bills to create a separate benefit for complex rehab sparked 15 minutes of questions—a good sign, stakeholders say.
WASHINGTON – Summer may be a time to relax, but industry stakeholders say it’s also a key time to get some serious work done for a separate benefit for complex rehab.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Stalking horse bidder protection and breakup fees were two of the details finalized during a June 24 hearing for The Scooter Store’s Chapter 11 auction.
WASHINGTON – Efforts to create a separate benefit for complex rehab have made significant headway, including bills in the House of Representatives and Senate, but there’s still a lot to be done.
LUBBOCK, Texas – Jim Howle says his plans as The MED Group’s new director of the National Rehab Network include making sure members survive the current turbulence in the HME industry.
WASHINGTON – Two Republicans and two Democrats have kicked into high gear efforts to create a separate benefit for complex rehab by introducing bills in both the House of Representatives and Senate this session. Who are the men behind the bills?
WILMINGTON, N.C. – 101 Mobility CEO Dave Pazgan says a recent capital infusion by a private equity firm is just what his company needs to grow to its full potential.
ROCKY HILL, Conn. – Numotion will provide access to repairs to all former customers of Alliance Seating and Mobility who own their wheelchairs, the provider announced June 18.
WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has met with CMS to see if it can get some financial relief for providers who repair equipment for former customers of The Scooter Store.
WASHINGTON – Medicare has changed its policy article for wheelchair options and accessories, and providers who offer bariatric tilts should take notice.
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