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No template—electronic or otherwise—anytime soon

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06/15/2012

WASHINGTON – Providers who were hopeful that the proposed electronic clinical template for power wheelchairs would be ready for this summer’s demonstration project were disappointed last week.

Five-year rule haunts mobility providers

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06/15/2012

WASHINGTON – The five-year “reasonable useful lifetime” rule for capped rental items has been on the books for years, but mobility providers are just starting to feel its sting.

Scooter Store: 'Whatever is going on is not good for our industry'

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06/08/2012

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – What’s behind all the recent changes at The Scooter Store?

Q&A: Dr. Doran Edwards

Want to increase access to new technology? Research smarter
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06/07/2012

BALTIMORE – How does research influence public policy—and vice versa? Providers and clinicians who participate in research to help get new technology to patients sooner should keep this relationship in mind, says Dr.

ATG Rehab keeps patients in the loop

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06/01/2012

ROCKY HILL, Conn. – Clients getting wheelchairs from ATG Rehab now have the option of getting something else: text messages and emails.

OIG audits Marquis Mobility

Provider says he's first in new national program
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05/25/2012

CANTON, Ohio – The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has begun to take a closer look at individual providers of power mobility devices.

Briefs: More execs terminated at Scooter Store

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05/24/2012

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – About a dozen executives are no longer Scooter Store employees, the San Antonio Express-News reported May 3. The management changes come on the heels of CEO Doug Harrison’s resignation in March.

Reporter's Notebook: Consumers tell how it is at CELA

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05/24/2012

WASHINGTON – The consumers at CELA gave lawmakers and staffers real examples of the difference complex rehab can make. 

Complex rehab: Stakeholders reinforce efforts with new site

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05/24/2012

WASHINGTON – A new website will put all the resources stakeholders need to advocate for a separate benefit for complex rehab right at their fingertips.

NCART pushes release forms

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05/18/2012

YARMOUTH, Maine – If complex rehab providers want to help preserve access to equipment and services for Medicaid recipients, they need to do a better job getting patients to sign release forms, industry stakeholders say.

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