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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.

Down but not out: Industry continues fight for purchase option

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12/22/2010

WASHINGTON - It doesn't look like the HME industry will delay elimination of the first month purchase option for standard power wheelchairs this year, but there's still hope for 2011, said Seth Johnson, vice president of government affairs for Pride Mobility Products.

Down but not out: Industry continues fight for purchase option

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12/22/2010

WASHINGTON - It doesn't look like the HME industry will delay elimination of the first month purchase option for standard power wheelchairs this year, but there's still hope for 2011, said Seth Johnson, vice president of government affairs for Pride Mobility Products.

Group recharges batteries

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12/21/2010

A who's who of complex rehab stakeholders showed up for a presentation by Ann Eubank at Medtrade in November. The subject: Raising about $200,000 for Users First Alliance (UFA), a newly minted 501c3 nonprofit that has worked, since 2007, to ensure appropriate access to seating and mobility equipment by empowering consumers, clinicians and providers. "There were more than 70 people in attendance," said Eubank, executive director of UFA. Here's what Eubank told HME News in December about UFA's evolution into a force to be reckoned with.

Providers throw technology at their documentation woes

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12/21/2010

Provider Gary Cox was sick of chasing doctors around for proper documentation for power mobility devices. So he developed a website that walks them through the process.

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