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Quantum, Pride offer CEUs at Medtrade

July 3, 2018HME News Staff

ATLANTA - Quantum Rehab and Pride Mobility Products will offer CEUs for two classes at Medtrade: “The Case for Wheels: Selecting the Clinically Appropriate Base,” and “Clinically Speaking—Evaluation and Documentation for Power Seating Options.” Each class offers 0.20 CEUs at no charge. The classes will be lead by Julie Piriano, PT, ATP/SMS, vice president of clinical education, industry affairs and compliance officer for Quantum Rehab and Pride Mobility Products, and...

CEUs, Education, Medtrade, Pride, Quantum

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In brief: Inconsistencies in bid program, Trump's new HHS nominee

November 16, 2017Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

BALTIMORE - CMS did not always follow its own procedures and federal requirements for awarding competitive bidding contracts consistently, according to a new report from the Office of Inspector General.CMS did not follow the bid process consistently for 23 of 215 winning suppliers, the OIG found.Breaking it down, the agency awarded contracts to 10 suppliers that did not meet financial statement requirements and 13 suppliers that did not have the required license in at least one competition, according...

Alex Azar, Competitive Bidding, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Quantum, ResMed

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Students job shadow at Pride

November 6, 2012HME News Staff

EXETER, Pa. - Pride Mobility Products and Quantum Rehab recently hosted 21 students with disabilities during their Disability Mentoring Day at their facility here. The day is designed to bring students and job seekers with disabilities into the workplace through hands-on career exploration, on-site job shadowing and ongoing mentoring, leading to internship and employment opportunities. Lake-Lehman Junior/Senior High School student Daniel Stefanowicz, who has cerebral palsy, enjoyed watching Pride's...

Pride Mobility Products, Quantum

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On the Editor's Desk

That's one way for complex rehab to get noticed in D.C.

April 29, 2010Liz Beaulieu, Editor

If you've ever been inside the office of a congressman in the Cannon House Office Building in Washington, D.C., you know it's pretty small. It's definitely smaller than the office of a senator in the Hart Senate Office Building. (It's D.C., after all, where everything is hierarchal.) So when you walk into said office as a party of four, plus a six-year-old in a complex power wheelchair equipped with a communication device and a vent, things get a little tight. We didn't realize just how tight, though,...

Bryan Anderson, Capitol Hill, CELA, Chesapeake Rehab Equipment, Lobbying, Lobbying, On The Editor's Desk, Quantum, Roberts Home Medical

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