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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.

Alliance Seating & Mobility: Scott Higley moves on

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05/06/2010

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas - The Scooter Store and Scott Higley, who helped the company launch Alliance Seating & Mobility, its complex rehab division, parted ways last month.

Rehab providers rework employee salaries

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05/06/2010

YARMOUTH, Maine - Reimbursement pressures have forced some wheelchair providers to rethink how they pay their rehab technology suppliers (RTSs) and assistive technology professionals (ATPs).

Rehab providers rework employee salaries

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04/29/2010

Reimbursement pressures have forced some wheelchair providers to rethink how they pay their rehab technology suppliers (RTSs) and assistive technology professionals (ATPs).

Rehab industry on cusp of 'paradigm shift'

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04/29/2010

DULLES, Va. -- With 54 consumers accompanying complex rehab providers on Capitol Hill last week as part of the Continuing Education and Legislative Advocacy Conference (CELA), the industry has finally turned a corner, stakeholders say.

Briefs

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04/26/2010

Lawsuit names National Seating and Mobility

'Precarious situation'

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04/26/2010

WASHINGTON – Providers are trying to envision what life will be like without the first-month purchase option for standard power wheelchairs, and they don’t like what they see—for themselves or their patients.

Easy Riders

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04/26/2010

Mark Roberts won’t lie. Earlier this year, after he agreed to become president of Mobility Conquest, the U.S. distributor of the Conquest, a wheelchair-accessible motorcycle, he worried.

Q&A: Cody Verrett

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04/26/2010

Cody Verrett has returned to his roots. Verrett, formerly the national sales director for Quantum Rehab, the complex rehab division of Pride Mobility Products, joined ATG Rehab, a provider, as its vice president of sales and marketing in March.

Reporter's notebook: Who will feel the most pain?

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04/26/2010

YARMOUTH, Maine – In March, when I was calling providers to ask them about the elimination of the first-month purchase option for standard power wheelchairs, one provider’s comments caught me off guard.

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