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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.

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.

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.

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.

NCART targets the other payer that starts with M

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07/06/2010

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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