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Providers welcome retail-only products

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10/24/2012

What do HME providers have to say about manufacturers coming out with non-coded, retail-only power mobility devices (PMDs)? Bring. Them. On.

In brief: USM buys Glass Seating

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10/24/2012

ST. LOUIS – United Seating & Mobility (USM) acquired Glass Seating & Mobility in September, according to a press release.

CTF: Template needs more prompts

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10/24/2012

WASHINGTON – The Clinician Task Force wants to see some changes to CMS’s draft electronic template for power mobility devices, says Laura Cohen, chairwoman. Among them: prompts to call in a physical therapist or occupational therapist to help evaluate the patient.

Early results mixed, but optimism reigns

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10/24/2012

HME News reached out to providers in September to find out how the PMD demo was going.

The verdict: “It’s too soon to tell.”

Early results mixed, but optimism reigns

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10/24/2012

 

HME News reached out to providers in September to find out how the PMD demo was going.

The verdict: “It’s too soon to tell.”

Speaker spotlight: Get it right the first time

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09/25/2012

Saying “no” to patients and referral sources isn’t easy, but it’s what power mobility providers need to do more of, says VGM’s Peggy Walker, who will educate providers on proper prior authorization paperwork at Medtrade.

PMD demo: CMS may change stance on accessories

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07/27/2012

WASHINGTON – The newest draft version of an operations guide for the power mobility device (PMD) demonstration project includes a word providers have been hoping to see: accessories.

Power mobility: Get support, sell the 'a-ha'

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07/27/2012

With capped rentals, audits and competitive bidding severely curtailing cash flow and sales opportunities, HME providers need help to withstand the challenging power mobility market.

OIG audits Marquis Mobility

Provider says he's first in new national program
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05/25/2012

CANTON, Ohio – The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has begun to take a closer look at individual providers of power mobility devices.

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