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What’s The Scooter Store’s legacy?

‘If it can happen to The Scooter Store, it can happen to anyone’
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09/27/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine – Stakeholders expect the downfall of The Scooter Store to have several lasting effects on the power mobility industry.

Hasco launches new crowdfunding site

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09/24/2013

LONDONDERRY, N.H. – Accessible vehicles are expensive, but most wheelchair users can’t get from Point A to Point B without them.

Hasco Medical hopes its new site, Wedeliverfreedom.com, will help.

PMD Demo: CMS's takeaway

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09/24/2013

HME News reached out to CMS in September to ask for its thoughts on the PMD demo after one year. Here’s what the agency had to say:

How is the demo going?

The Scooter Store: ‘A house of cards’

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09/20/2013

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Being shut out from Rounds 1 and 2 of competitive bidding was the last straw for the nation’s largest mobility provider.

Scooter Store to close for good

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09/16/2013

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – A decision by CMS has led the country’s largest mobility provider to call it quits, The Scooter Store said in a Sept. 13 statement.

NSM’s new website puts clients front and center

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09/13/2013

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – National Seating and Mobility (NSM) wants to offer the public a “truthful and organic” look into what the company is all about.

Numotion: ‘A leading participant’ in consolidation

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09/06/2013

ROCKY HILL, Conn. – Get ready, complex rehab: Numotion’s not done shaking things up.

PMD demo hits one-year mark

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08/30/2013

YARMOUTH, Maine – With a year now under their belts, providers say there is a mixture of pros and cons to the power mobility device (PMD) demonstration project. 

Extra revenue stream is a joy

Self-taught repairman launches joystick service
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08/23/2013

GREENSBORO, N.C. – A power wheelchair might have a brand new battery, perfect seating and positioning system, and rugged tires, but without a functioning joystick, it isn’t going anywhere.

Mobility Supercenter ramps up rental service

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08/23/2013

RICHMOND, Va. – If a person comes out of a hospital needing a temporary wheelchair, they don’t want to permanently own a ramp. That’s where Kaye Crenshaw comes in. 

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