The Scooter Store and competitive bidding
I'm curious about...
Remember when the contract winners were announced for the first round of national competitive bidding? Remember how The Scooter Store won 39 contracts, but only two of them were for standard power, its bread and butter. The bulk of its contracts were for complex power, a market it had only recently entered; negative pressure wound therapy; and oxygen.
Both complex rehab (except Group 2 wheelchairs) and wound therapy have been carved out of Round 1.2.
How does that change The Scooter Store's strategy?