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Price breathes new life into MPP

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01/18/2013

WASHINGTON – Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., has agreed to introduce a modified bill to replace competitive bidding with a market-pricing program (MPP), according to AAHomecare.

Day of reckoning nears for payment amounts

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01/11/2013

BALTIMORE – CMS has indicated to key lawmakers that Round 2 payment amounts for competitive bidding will be released by the end of January, according to HME industry stakeholders.

New sense of urgency for MPP

'We have another bite of the apple'
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01/04/2013

WASHINGTON – With no time to lick their wounds, industry stakeholders are now targeting a must-pass bill to address a series of spending cuts as a potential vehicle for their market-pricing program (MPP).

Clock ticks on MPP, Round 2

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12/14/2012

WASHINGTON – The HME industry is within spitting distance of its goal of 100 co-sponsors for H.R. 6490, a bill to replace the competitive bidding program with a market-pricing program (MPP).

Students job shadow at Pride

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11/06/2012

EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products and Quantum Rehab recently hosted 21 students with disabilities during their Disability Mentoring Day at their facility here.

What's in a product name?

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10/24/2012

ATLANTA – You might not think of pecans or kangaroos when you think of home medical equipment (HME), but manufacturers do. 

PMD demo: Approval rate improves

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10/16/2012

GWCC – A month and a half into the PMD demo, things are looking up, says Seth Johnson, vice president of government affairs for Pride Mobility Products.

Pride, Quantum leap

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09/25/2012

Booth 1019 – Exeter, Pa.-based Pride Mobility and Quantum Rehab are offering HME providers the chance to “Set a new course for success” at their Medtrade 2012 booth by providing new resources to help guide the industry in the new business environment.

In brief

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04/24/2012

VGM taps radio personality

Did Lady Gaga just say Jazzy?

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Monday, May 23, 2011

For the first time in years, I stayed up on Saturday night to watch Saturday Night Live. Why? Justin Timberlake, who was the host, cracks me up. And Lady Gaga, who was the musical guest, fascinates me.

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