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Permobil revamps website

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06/26/2013

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Permobil has re-launched its website, the company said in recent press release.

In brief: Investor buys Permobil, Drive responds to lawsuit

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04/05/2013

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Permobil, a manufacturer of high-end power wheelchairs, has been acquired by Investor AB, a Swedish investment firm. Private equity firm Nordic Capital agreed to sell Permobil for $842.3 million.

Swedish investor buys Permobil

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04/04/2013

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Permobil, a manufacturer of high-end power wheelchairs, has been acquired by Investor AB, a Swedish investment firm, according to multiple reports.

Manufacturers get their Facebook on

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10/24/2012

If you’re still undecided about Facebook, these wheelchair manufacturers, who all have a vibrant presence on the social networking site, could help you make up your mind.

Permobil finds itself

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08/24/2012

LEBANON, Tenn. – Permobil has a new, stripped-down corporate logo.

Provider helps bring wheelchairs out of the doghouse

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08/24/2012

SHELBURNE FALLS, Mass. – Jay Turner is asking the mobility community to donate wheels for a different kind of HME customer: the four-legged kind. 

In brief: Stakeholders organize, OIG investigates

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06/22/2012

WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders last week submitted comments to CMS outlining concerns with a recent wave of claims against surety bonds—some triggered by overpayments as low as $16. The stakeholder, which include the Wayne van Halem Group, U.S.

All shiny and new

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12/21/2010

PERMOBIL RECENTLY MOVED ITS NORTH AMERICAN headquarters into a new 120,000-square-foot facility in Lebanon, Tenn. In addition to innovations that make the company more efficient, the new location incorporates a variety of green-building technologies that help conserve energy and reduce overall operating costs. These features include low-flow fixtures, 90 skylights, LED efficiency lighting and a recycling program that processes five tons of cardboard annually.

Standing up for beneficiaries

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01/26/2010

Right now, Medicare has HCPCS codes for power and manual standing systems (E2301 and E2320, respectively) but no reimbursement. The reason, according to the agency: The systems, which add anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 to a wheelchair's price tag, aren't medically necessary.

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