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Industry shoots for a delay

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06/22/2010

WASHINGTON - Instead of repealing the provision to eliminate the first-month purchase option for standard power wheelchairs, industry stakeholders are working with lawmakers to delay it.

Briefs: ATG Rehab's band of brothers

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06/22/2010

JAKARTA, Indonesia - In March, Mark Grillo of ATG Rehab was part of a team of complex rehab specialists that traveled here with Wheels for Humanity and fitted 50 children and adults with donated wheelchairs.

Fuller targets complex rehab

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06/22/2010

RINGGOLD, Ga. - Scott Higley, who helped The Scooter Store launch its complex rehab division, is now helping Fuller Rehabilitation increase its presence in that market.

Employees collaborate on blog

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06/22/2010

HOUSTON - Active American Mobility and Medical Supply's blog used to be a needle in a virtual haystack, but not anymore.

Q and A: Peggy Walker

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06/21/2010

In her office in Columbia, S.C., Peggy Walker, the billing and reimbursement adviser for U.S. Rehab, a division of The VGM Group, is surrounded by faxes-literally.

Mobility provider launches franchise program

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06/03/2010

WILMINGTON, N.C. - Franchising programs haven't been a big driver in the HME market, but 101 Mobility, a full-line provider of mobility and accessibility products, hopes to change that.

Separate benefit for complex rehab: Stakeholders set stage for legislation

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05/27/2010

BUFFALO, N.Y. - The steering committee working to create a separate benefit for complex rehab had a draft report outlining a legislative and regulatory roadmap in its hands last week.

'It was so close to breaking even'

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05/24/2010

Maine -Majors Mobility closed the doors on its second location this spring, just shy of celebrating its four-yearanniversary.
"It was so close to breaking even," said President Tyrrell Hunter. "It's too bad, because this year, I think it would have crossed the line."

In brief

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05/24/2010

In its Mobility Matters bulletin to lawmakers in April, AAHomecare blasts Medicare for not only denying a mobility claim for a double amputee but also targeting him for a neglect investigation.

Benchmark Mobility shifts gears

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05/17/2010

INDIANAPOLIS - Provider Ron Reed is having an identity crisis, but don't worry, it isn't a bad thing.

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