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Senators: PMD error rate 'beyond belief'

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09/21/2012

WASHINGTON – Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., took CMS to task for high error rates on power mobility devices (PMD) during a congressional hearing Sept. 19.

More cuts at The Scooter Store

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09/19/2012

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – It's going from bad to worse at The Scooter Store, which has announced plans to lay off 220 employees.

What's an RTS?

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09/14/2012

WASHINGTON – CMS created confusion over acronyms in August when it sent out bulletins about its decision to designate K0005 as complex rehab.

Stakeholders agree: K0005 is complex rehab

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09/07/2012

WASHINGTON – Stakeholders couldn’t be happier that CMS has designated the K0005 ultra lightweight manual wheelchair as complex rehab.

Wanted: PMD data from demo states

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09/06/2012

WASHINGTON – Now that the new PMD demo is up and running in seven states, AAHomecare has launched a data collection project to monitor its progress. 

Full steam ahead for PMD demo

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08/31/2012

WASHINGTON – Despite protest from HME stakeholders, CMS officials stated during an Open Door Forum Aug. 29 that a new power mobility demonstration project would kick off as scheduled Sept. 1.

National complex rehab conference announced

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08/30/2012

ARLINGTON, Va. – NCART and NRRTS will combine CELA, the National Medicaid Summit and a new CRT Leadership Day into a three-day conference April 30-May 2, 2013, in Arlington, Va. 

AAH: Delay PMD demo

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08/28/2012

WASHINGTON – AAHomecare on Monday called for CMS to delay a PMD demo scheduled to start Sept. 1 because the agency still hasn’t released a final version of instructions.

ATG carves out more complex rehab

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08/24/2012

ROCKY HILL, Conn. – It’s been a busy summer for ATG Rehab, with acquisitions of the complex rehab businesses of Sayreville, N.J-based Allcare Medical Aug. 1 and Philadelphia-based Associated Medical Specialties July 17.

Provider helps bring wheelchairs out of the doghouse

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08/24/2012

SHELBURNE FALLS, Mass. – Jay Turner is asking the mobility community to donate wheels for a different kind of HME customer: the four-legged kind. 

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