CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Sandi Schwartz Neiman recently laced up her traveling shoes, packed the tour van and hit the road for National Seating and Mobility’s All-In Tour.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – When one of Michelle McMahon’s clients moved from Wyoming to Mexico and began experiencing pain, she could not simply go adjust his seating system. So he asked her if she had Skype.
FLUSHING, N.Y. – UsersFirst is nearing its three-year anniversary as part of The United Spinal Association, prompting Ann Eubank to take stock—and she couldn’t be happier.
With power mobility’s consistently high error rates, providers have long been targets for audits. However, some providers say things have been relatively calm lately.
ARLINGTON, Va. – The second annual National CRT Leadership and Advocacy Conference keynote will give providers the chance to hear an advocacy voice that might be new to them: Curt Decker, executive director of the National Disability Rights Network.
Complex rehab stakeholders say lawmakers had the same reaction they did to Medicare’s plan to transition certain complex rehab codes to capped rental status.
SARASOTA, Fla. – Hoveround, citing competitive bidding cuts, recently laid off 20 workers from its headquarters here, reducing its workforce to 294.
WASHINGTON – The day-to-day reality of providing certain complex rehab equipment as capped rental items is unrealistic, providers say.
PORTLAND, Ore. – While many independent complex rehab providers are selling or merging, provider Peter Norman is bucking the trend. He opened his 16th location on Nov. 4, this one in Portland, Ore.
RICHMOND, Va. – Mobility Supercenter is hitting the beach in 2014. The provider in December acquired Southeastern Health Plus’ mobility division in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
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