YARMOUTH, Maine – Extensive cuts in Round 2 of competitive bidding have mobility providers looking for a Plan B.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Most Scooter Store employees on furlough since March 8 will be officially laid off as of March 31, according to an email sent to employees by CEO Marty Landon Tuesday night.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – One thing is certain: The future is uncertain for one of the largest providers of scooters and power wheelchairs.
WALENSBURG, Colo. – A NRRTS registrant should have a “well-rounded” foundation in complex rehab—and new standards adopted Feb. 15 should help to ensure that, says Executive Director Simon Margolis.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – In a March 8 email from CEO Marty Landon, The Scooter Store notified its employees that they would be furloughed immediately, according to news reports.
WASHINGTON – In a Congress often divided by party lines, bipartisan support right out of the gate for a new bill to create a separate benefit for complex rehab may be just what it needs to succeed, stakeholders say.
WASHINGTON – A bill that would create a separate benefit for complex rehab now has another chance on the Hill.
WASHINGTON – There are only two things that separate the K0823 and K0821 power wheelchairs—and they could make all the difference for mobility providers in Round 2 competitive bidding areas.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – A week after federal and state agencies raided its headquarters, The Scooter Store released a statement saying it is complying with the investigation.
RICHMOND, Va. – A mobility van company and a home theater system company may seem like an odd couple, but provider Kaye Crenshaw says it’s been a “good marriage.”
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