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In brief: CQRC asks CMS to slow down, Circadiance readies rebrand

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06/03/2016

WASHINGTON – The Council for Quality Respiratory Care says the findings of a recent Office of Inspector General report further demonstrate the need to slow down the national rollout of Medicare’s competitive bidding program.

U.S. Rehab, TiLite partner up

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06/02/2016

WATERLOO, Iowa – U.S. Rehab and Permobil have announced that TiLite will be a contracted supplier of titanium and aluminum manual wheelchairs for members of U.S. Rehab.

TiLite gives tour of facilities

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03/26/2015

PASCO, Wash. – TiLite recently gave nine para-athletes a behind-the-scenes look at how custom wheelchairs are made.

TiLite gets behind wheelchair tournament

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03/11/2015

PASCO, Wash. – TiLite is providing financial and marketing support to a local wheelchair basketball tournament.

TiLite walks the walk

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11/04/2014

Kennewick, Wash. –More than 50 TiLite employees raced custom-built wheelchairs at the Trios Health Tri-Cities Marathon in October. Teams worked in groups of four, each rolling approximately 6.5 miles, according to a local newspaper.

Permobil buys TiLite in bid to become ‘solutions company’

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05/30/2014

LEBANON, Tenn. – Permobil has acquired Pasco, Wash.-based TiLite in a move that the two companies believe creates a “dream team” in the complex rehab market.

“It’s the best of power and manual,” said David Boninger, vice president of communications for TiLite.

Permobil buys TiLite

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05/28/2014

LEBANON, Tenn. – Calling it a “natural fit,” Permobil has acquired TiLite, the two companies announced today.

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

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05/23/2014

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.

In brief: NGS details reasons for denials, TiLite shakes up representation

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11/08/2013

INDIANAPOLIS – Prior authorization requests submitted as part of the PMD demo are being denied because of conflicting information in face-to-face exams and other medical records, and insufficient face-to-face exam information, National Government Services (NGS) announced in a recent bulletin.

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