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The clock is ticking on accessories bills


WASHINGTON – With lawmakers now back on Capitol Hill, the stakes are higher than ever for stakeholders to get complex rehab legislation passed before the end of the year.

NSM swaps PE owners


FRANKLIN, Tenn. – National Seating & Mobility has entered into a definitive purchase agreement with Court Square Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm.

Convaid supports SMA events


TORRANCE, Calif. ­– The Pediatric Group of Etac NA will attend the Cure SMA National Conference, June 16-19 in Anaheim, Calif., as a platinum exhibitor and will donate a Convaid Trekker to kick off the event.

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.

NSM buys Wolf Medical



Complex rehab market is not increasing


I read with great interest the “growth market” article in your Vendors section in last month’s issue (“Rehab attracts new players,” February 2016). 

NSM picks up complex rehab biz


NASHVILLE ­– National Seating & Mobility has expanded in eastern Pennsylvania with the acquisition of the complex rehab division of Webb Medical Systems.

Point taken

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

I’ve fielded a number of calls in the weeks following a story about Merits Health Products entering the complex rehab market and a follow-up story looking at why we’ve seen two n

A sad day for CMS

Friday, January 29, 2016

It was my turn this Tuesday to write up some briefs for the Also Noted section of our website. (In case you don’t know already, we update this section with news almost every day—check it out while you eat your lunch!)

Adjusted pricing comes backs to haunt accessories


WASHINGTON – CMS will use an adjusted fee schedule based on competitive bidding rates to pay for accessories for complex rehab wheelchairs despite a law passed in 2015 delaying the change for one year. “Although this change is effective Jan.