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MED links complex rehab, O&P

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05/25/2011

RAPID CITY, S.D. - Complex rehab provider Tim Pederson has stepped away from his company to help other providers like him expand into orthotics and prosthetics.
Pederson was named director of The MED Group's new National Orthotics & Prosthetics Network in April.

Reporter's notebook: Separate benefit's 'missing link'

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04/25/2011

I caught up with NCART's Don Clayback a few weeks after he and other stakeholders hit the Hill to lobby for a separate benefit for complex rehab technology.

Group of clinicians seeks to 'better define' their roles

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04/25/2011

BETHESDA, Md. - Providers often complain that it's not fair that they have to meet special requirements to provide complex rehab technology but PTs and OTs do not.

HME News TV: What are the keys to complex rehab's future?

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03/24/2011

The complex rehab market has come a long way, but it still has a way to go, says Mark Schmeler in a new HME News TV interview.
"The HME industry, in general, has been kicked pretty hard and it's a matter of going back and regrouping and figuring out how we move forward," said Schmeler, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Health and Rehabilitation.

Lobbyist: 'Refute these three things'

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03/24/2011

Jennifer Higgins, a principal at Capitol Health Group who counts Invacare as one of her clients, told a crowd of attendees that they must "refute these three things" about the industry: that they're equipment jockeys, that they commit fraud and that they're overpaid.

The separate benefit's 'missing link'

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

I caught up with NCART's Don Clayback this morning. It's been a few weeks since he and other stakeholders hit the Hill to lobby for a separate benefit for complex rehab technology.

When they made those visits with lawmakers, the big question was: How much would it cost?

Complex rehab: It's not sexy, but it's stable

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02/27/2011

So who are these private equity firms and what do they want with complex rehab?

Race to be biggest

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02/27/2011

ROCKY HILL, Conn., and ST. LOUIS - Within months of each other, two national complex rehab companies received injections of capital from private equity firms, allowing them to speed up their growth.

CRMC sets priorities

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02/27/2011

Members of AAHomecare's Complex Rehab and Mobility Council (CRMC) finalized their priorities for 2011 recently. What they came up with, says Tim Pederson, past chairman, includes but goes beyond the "white noise" of competitive bidding. "We wanted to seize on some different opportunities," he said.

Complex rehab: Not sexy but stable

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

It turns out ATG Rehab isn't the only complex rehab provider to get some outside help recently. United Seating & Mobility received an injection of capital from Philadelphia-based LLR Partners in November.

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