EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab’s Q-Logic 3 drive control system, launched in January, is a big play by the company to incorporate more mainstream consumer electronics into its power wheelchair systems.
There is no consensus among manufacturers about whether bariatrics should continue to be its own category or whether it should be incorporated into other HME segments.
Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.-based PSP Homecare has launched a targeted marketing strategy featuring new radio, online and direct mail advertising.
EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab is sponsoring a Georgia Tech study examining how power adjustable seat height can affect the everyday lives of wheelchair users.
WASHINGTON – Per-capita healthcare spending grew by 5% and overall healthcare spending grew by 5.8% in 2015, according to a recent study by the Office of the Actuary at CMS.
EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab’s Facebook page has surpassed 15,000 “likes” and followers. Quantum created the page in 2012, seeking to connect with consumers and to participate in all areas of disability culture.
EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab says its iLevel power-adjustable seat height technology has now been embraced by more than 5,000 users.
We’ve spilled a lot of ink this year—online and in print—on the increasingly connected sleep therapy market, and with good reason.
For HME providers excluded from Medicare or just fed up with margin-free reimbursement, pediatrics might hold some attraction as a new business category.
WASHINGTON – Results are in for the AAHomecare HME Audit Key survey for the first quarter of 2016.
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