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Quantum hits milestone with iLevel


EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab says its iLevel power-adjustable seat height technology has now been embraced by more than 5,000 users.

Doing what your tech-savvy customers want

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

We’ve spilled a lot of ink this year—online and in print—on the increasingly connected sleep therapy market, and with good reason.

Pediatrics 'not for the faint of heart'


For HME providers excluded from Medicare or just fed up with margin-free reimbursement, pediatrics might hold some attraction as a new business category.

In brief: HME Audit Key builds strong case, National HME furthers reach


WASHINGTON – Results are in for the AAHomecare HME Audit Key survey for the first quarter of 2016.

Quantum Rehab launches enhanced website


EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab has launched a “technologically enhanced” website to meet the expanding content and application needs of complex rehab consumers, clinicians and providers.

Short takes: Quantum Rehab, Inogen


Exeter, Pa.-based Quantum Rehab has continued its partnership with the ALS Association. As a premier-level national partner, the company supports ALS Association events, including the Walk to Defeat ALS.

In brief: Claims with ICD-10 codes start churning through system, Amigo Mobility expands offerings


BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – CMS has begun returning paid electronic remittance advice or ERAs for claims submitted using ICD-10 codes, according to TeamDME!, a medical billing software company.

Quantum’s seating system passes crash test


EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab’s Tru-Balance 3 and iLevel power seating systems are now crash tested and WC19 compliant, the company has announced.

A direct line to Quantum Rehab


EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab takes feedback so seriously it now has a system in place that allows its field staff to direct comments straight to the company’s corporate headquarters in real time.

In brief: CMS rethinks miscellaneous codes, House votes to repeal medical device tax


WASHINGTON – CMS is proposing new codes for miscellaneous DME to reflect more accurate payment of Medicare claims.