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In brief: AAH launches PR campaign, Pride updates MAP Policy


WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has partnered with DCI Group, a public relations firm, to help move bid relief legislation forward.

Pride Mobility updates MAP Policy


EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products has updated its Minimum Advertised Pricing Policy to best support HME providers.

GAO emphasizes smallness of accessories market

‘The report is really the best we could have hoped for,’ Bachenheimer says

WASHINGTON – Mobility stakeholders say they now have backup from the Government Accountability Office.

Rehab stakeholders succeed with last-minute bill

Still need more permanent fix and greater coverage for accessories

WASHINGTON – Rehab stakeholders applaud the recent passing of a bill that delays CMS’s plans to apply competitive bid pricing to accessories for complex power wheelcha

Retail finalists show off


ATLANTA – Pride Mobility took top honors with its Go Go Folding Scooter at the 2015 Innovative HME Retail Product Awards held last week at Medtrade.

In brief: Background checks expand to Medicaid, Rotech loses bid


WASHINGTON – Providers who CMS considers to be at high risk of defrauding Medicaid should expect fingerprint-based background checks on Aug. 1, the National Law Review reports.

Pride Mobility expands in Mississippi


EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products is investing $2 million in a new facility in Pontotoc, Miss., according to the Memphis Business Journal. The move will create 150 jobs, the journal reports.

Real deal retail at Pride


When it comes to retail, Pride Mobility Products is putting its money where its mouth is. Most recently, the company named Rick Michael national sales manager for retail mobility.

Pride Mobility, Navitas offer financing program


EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products has partnered with Navitas Lease Corp. to offer providers a new financing program.

Reporter’s notebook: Manufacturers hedge bets on capped-rental change


YARMOUTH, Maine – What’s the impact on manufacturers of the transition to capped-rental status for certain complex rehab items?

So far, they’re hedging their bets.