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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.

NCART pushes release forms

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05/17/2012

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.

Researchers call for re-evaluating wheelchair policies

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05/04/2012

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Recent changes in Medicare reimbursement policy, including competitive bidding, may be contributing to a sharp increase in the number of wheelchair breakdowns, according to a study released this week.

CMS puts demo details on paper

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05/04/2012

WASHINGTON – CMS last week released a draft version of an operational guide for the seven-state power mobility device (PMD) demonstration project.

Researchers call for re-evaluating wheelchair policies

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05/03/2012

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Recent changes in Medicare reimbursement policy, including competitive bidding, may be contributing to a sharp increase in the number of wheelchair breakdowns, according to a study released this week.

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