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Lifeway Mobility gets ‘refresh’

‘The added benefit of (the investment) process is (the investor) bringing in new outside ideas, capital and initiatives’

HARTFORD, Conn. – Lifeway Mobility may have a major investor now, but the accessibility solutions company plans to “remain local as we grow,” says President Paul Bergantino.

Numotion to have new owner soon


BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Numotion has signed a definitive agreement to sell to a new private equity sponsor, a company exec has confirmed to HME News.

The national complex rehab provider has been backed by Audax Private Equity and LLR Partners for six years.

ATPs wanted: ‘There’s more urgency’


YARMOUTH, Maine – It’s become an age-old question in the complex rehab industry: How does it recruit more ATPs?

Fellow fighters wanted

‘There’s a beauty in critical mass,’ says Gerry Dickerson

NEW YORK – Gerry Dickerson has held nearly every other position on the NRRTS executive committee, but this month, he was finally named president-elect.

Lifeway Mobility targets growth through investment


HARTFORD, Conn. – Lifeway Mobility, an accessibility solutions company started by former Numotion CEO Paul Bergantino, has received a “major investment” from Cleveland-based Rockwood Equity Partners.

Toyota seeks to overcome ‘market failure’


YARMOUTH, Maine – The Toyota Mobility Foundation has made a splash in the mobility market recently—with research that shows that current technology is outdated (and sometimes painful), and with a Mobility Unlimited Challenge that will help spur innovation.

Numotion formalizes contributions

‘It’s a way of life at the company,’ CEO says

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Numotion’s new foundation will serve as a “more strategic vehicle” for the company’s growing charitable contributions, says CEO Mike Swinford.

Miller’s adds to fleet


AKRON, Ohio – Miller’s has another mobile workshop for building seating systems onsite, this one a miniature version.

PA program spreads out

Stakeholders continue to laud program, but they’re still keeping an eye on it

WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders expect it to be mostly business as usual on Sept. 1, when CMS is set to expand a demonstration project requiring prior authorizations for standard power mobility devices nationwide.