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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.

Employees collaborate on blog

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06/22/2010

HOUSTON - Active American Mobility and Medical Supply's blog used to be a needle in a virtual haystack, but not anymore.

Group 'gets a lot of attention'

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06/22/2010

AUSTIN, Texas - Going into its annual conference in August, the Greater Texas Rehab Providers Council (TXRPC) is enjoying a significant increase in interest from manufacturers and providers.

Industry shoots for a delay

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06/22/2010

WASHINGTON - Instead of repealing the provision to eliminate the first-month purchase option for standard power wheelchairs, industry stakeholders are working with lawmakers to delay it.

Briefs: ATG Rehab's band of brothers

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06/22/2010

JAKARTA, Indonesia - In March, Mark Grillo of ATG Rehab was part of a team of complex rehab specialists that traveled here with Wheels for Humanity and fitted 50 children and adults with donated wheelchairs.

Fuller targets complex rehab

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06/22/2010

RINGGOLD, Ga. - Scott Higley, who helped The Scooter Store launch its complex rehab division, is now helping Fuller Rehabilitation increase its presence in that market.

Q and A: Peggy Walker

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06/21/2010

In her office in Columbia, S.C., Peggy Walker, the billing and reimbursement adviser for U.S. Rehab, a division of The VGM Group, is surrounded by faxes-literally.

Mobility provider launches franchise program

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06/03/2010

WILMINGTON, N.C. - Franchising programs haven't been a big driver in the HME market, but 101 Mobility, a full-line provider of mobility and accessibility products, hopes to change that.

Separate benefit for complex rehab: Stakeholders set stage for legislation

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05/27/2010

BUFFALO, N.Y. - The steering committee working to create a separate benefit for complex rehab had a draft report outlining a legislative and regulatory roadmap in its hands last week.

'It was so close to breaking even'

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05/24/2010

Maine -Majors Mobility closed the doors on its second location this spring, just shy of celebrating its four-yearanniversary.
"It was so close to breaking even," said President Tyrrell Hunter. "It's too bad, because this year, I think it would have crossed the line."

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