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CMS defies accessories mandate

‘It completely obviates the point of the law’
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01/29/2016

WASHINGTON – Stakeholders were flabbergasted last week when CMS issued billing instructions for accessories for Group 3 power wheelchairs.

Move over eBay and Craigslist, now there's Marketplace

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01/22/2016

OKLAHOMA CITY – Wheelchair users looking for a good deal on back-up equipment and DME providers looking to sell excess inventory can now connect using a new feature on the CRT Catalog app.

Reporter's notebook: Year in review: Accessories, Hoveround

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01/22/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine – 2015 was a stressful year for mobility providers, particularly when it came to getting reimbursed. 

PMDRX unveils new tool for PTs

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01/22/2016

GLENDALE, Ariz. – PMDRX recently released a new physical therapy module that could help mobility providers serve their patients—and get paid—a lot quicker, says Gary Cox. 

Provider makes day at beach possible

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01/22/2016

ORMOND BEACH, Fla. – While beach-ready wheelchairs have been around for decades, Greg McNair, owner of Beach Mobility Rentals, says he’s putting a new spin on them.

Rehab stakeholders succeed with last-minute bill

Still need more permanent fix and greater coverage for accessories
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12/22/2015

WASHINGTON – Rehab stakeholders applaud the recent passing of a bill that delays CMS’s plans to apply competitive bid pricing to accessories for complex power wheelcha

Q&A: Outcomes that matter

Ride Designs sees value in outcomes based on studies
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12/22/2015

LITTLETON, Colo.

United Spinal promotes providers

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12/22/2015

NEW YORK – United Spinal Association now offers home medical equipment providers a way to generate leads and increase traffic to their websites.

Providers react to Hoveround audit

‘It could happen to any one of us’
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12/18/2015

YARMOUTH, Maine – Mobility providers aren’t surprised by the Office of Inspector General’s call for Hoveround to pay back the federal government $27 million, they say. 

UPitt: ground zero for mobility apps

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12/18/2015

PITTSBURGH – While it may seem like there’s a disproportionately low number of mobile apps for wheelchair users compared to COPD or sleep therapy patients, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh are working hard to change that.

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