KANSAS CITY, Kan. – Canadian provider Bob Harvey plans to open 126 U.S. locations in the next seven years, and he says his model is positioned perfectly to make it happen.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Federal and state officials, as well as The Scooter Store, are keeping a tight lid on the details of a raid at the company’s corporate headquarters.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Federal and state agencies raided The Scooter Store Wednesday morning as part of an ongoing probe into possible Medicare fraud, local news sources reported.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Despite budgeting for the impact of Round 2 of competitive bidding, steeper-than-expected rate reductions have forced The Scooter Store to cut 150 more jobs.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – The Scooter Store continues to trim its staff, laying off 150 employees last week.
YARMOUTH, Maine – Provider Doug Westerdahl says one of the benefits of the PMD demo has been providing wheelchairs to Medicare beneficiaries that he never would have provided before.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – If the complex rehab industry really wants to improve access, one key group needs to be on its team, says Mark Schmeler: consumers.
With ATPs in high demand, several providers are turning to their member organizations to help current employees pass the ATP test.
YARMOUTH, Maine – A good ATP is hard to find, industry stakeholders say.
WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders say help is on the way for providers who are still getting denials for prior authorization requests submitted as part of the new PMD demo.
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