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Stakeholders make their case for separate benefit for complex rehab

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02/17/2011

WASHINGTON - Industry stakeholders got a taste for what they're up against when, as part of CELA on Thursday, they visited lawmakers to discuss draft legislation for a separate benefit for complex rehab.

Competitive bidding: Who's on the hook for wheelchair repairs?

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02/03/2011

WASHINGTON - Wheelchair providers in competitive bidding areas (CBAs) are passing the buck on repairs because it's unclear who should be doing them.

ATG Rehab to 'transform' industry with private equity firm's help

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01/23/2011

ROCKY HILL, Conn. - ATG Rehab has a new majority investor: Boston-based Audax Private Equity.

Briefs: AA Mobility adds location, ATP

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01/23/2011

STAFFORD, Texas – Active American Mobility (AA Mobility) has a new location in Dallas, it announced in December. Kristin Edwards, the provider’s first assistive technology professional (ATP), works out of the new location, covering the greater Dallas, Forth Worth area.

Separate benefit for complex rehab

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01/23/2011

WASHINGTON - Industry stakeholders working to create a separate benefit for complex rehab have done their homework and now it's time to take the test.

Take this to the bank

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01/23/2011

It won’t surprise complex rehab providers that skin protecting wheelchair cushions help reduce the development of pressure ulcers.

ATG Rehab to 'transform' industry with private equity firm's help

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01/17/2011

ROCKY HILL, Conn. - ATG Rehab has a new majority investor: Boston-based Audax Private Equity.

Coming up: International Seating Symposium

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01/13/2011

NASHVILLE - This year's International Seating Symposium (ISS) will be bigger and better, says Mark Schmeler, course director.

'It's time to revolt a little bit'

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01/10/2011

NASHVILLE – This year’s International Seating Symposium (ISS) will be bigger and better, says Mark Schmeler, course director.

Bye-bye purchase option: First year without it won't be pretty

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12/29/2010

WASHINGTON - HME providers who supply standard power wheelchairs are bracing themselves for a major blow to their cash flow thanks to the elimination of the first-month purchase option.

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