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Scooter Store launches new branding strategy

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08/23/2010

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas - The Scooter Store announced this week that it will be working with an integrated group of advertising and marketing agencies to "shape a new brand strategy" for the company.

RESNA prepares to hype new certification

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08/02/2010

ARLINGTON, Va. - If you're one of the assistive technology professionals (ATPs) who's been waiting for RESNA to set a passing score for the seating mobility and specialist (SMS) certification before taking the exam, your time is almost up.

Medicaid relents on stander accessories

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07/22/2010

ATLANTA - It seems like, even when rehab providers here make progress, it's often a good-news, bad-news scenario.

First-month purchase option: Industry maneuvers for a delay

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07/22/2010

WASHINGTON - The industry is working to delay a provision in the healthcare reform bill that would eliminate the first-month purchase option for standard power wheelchairs in exchange for a 1% reduction in the consumer price index-urban (CPI-U) update.

Consumers give their stamp of approval

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07/22/2010

WASHINGTON - Efforts to create a separate benefit for complex rehab technology began to gel this summer with a big endorsement from the ITEM Coalition.

VMI experiences 'perfect storm of positive things'

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07/22/2010

PHOENIX, Ariz. - Vantage Mobility International (VMI), a provider of wheelchair accessible vehicles, is riding the coattails of the Honda Odyssey.

CELA 2011 preview

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07/22/2010

NRRTS has already put the wheels in motion for next year's Continuing Education and Legislative Advocacy Conference (CELA): It has a new co-sponsor and a date.

Ride-Away empowers customers

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07/22/2010

LONDONDERRY, N.H. - Ride-Away, a provider of wheelchair accessible vans, unveiled a new website in June that's chockfull of features, including a virtual showroom.

NCART targets the other payer that starts with M

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07/08/2010

BUFFALO, N.Y. - When it comes to Medicaid programs, rehab providers often live by different rules and reimbursements, but there's still something they can learn from each other, says Don Clayback.

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