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TiLite awarded certification

November 11, 2020HME News Staff

LEBANON, Tenn. - Permobil's manual wheelchair unit, TiLite, has been awarded ISO 13485:2016 certification for product design, development, manufacturing and distribution of its medical device products. “Permobil has created high quality, user-focused medical devices for decades,” said Chuck Witkowski, president of Permobil Americas. “We are passionate about creating our products with the highest standards for safety, performance and reliability that not just meet, but exceed, our...

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Patient growth at heart of pediatrics

September 3, 2019John Andrews

Serving the pediatric market presents its own unique set of challenges for HME providers because of the meticulous detail it requires for its special patients. The category covers all aspects of a child patient's care, from providing highly clinical rehab, mobility and respiratory products and services, to navigating what can be a complicated Medicaid reimbursement system.Technology that growsProviders committed to this market have deftly handled all of those obstacles out of compassion and dedication...

HOme medical equipment, pediatrics, permobil, sunrise medical, TiLite


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Permobil makes second buy in New Zealand

October 3, 2017HME News Staff

LEBANON, Tenn. - Permobil will take over operations of TiLite New Zealand. Earlier this year, Permobil acquired Durable Medical Equipment Ltd, the largest complex rehab company in the country. Permobil has been a partner of TiLite New Zealand for a number of years. The two companies say they share, at their core, the same passion and mission. ““Our approach has always been to provide the highest level of service across the rehabilitation marketplace, backed by clinical expertise,”...

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TiLite goes metric

December 23, 2016HME News Staff

PASCO, Wash. - Starting Jan. 16, TiLite wheelchairs will have metric nuts, bolts and fasteners. The change will affect lead times: 10 days for X Series and Twist, and 20 days for T Series and Z Series. Custom chairs will be scheduled based on complexity. Parts orders will be shipped within 48 hours. Imperial parts will be kept on hand for five years. The change will not affect measurements, tires, casters, armrests, hangers, bearings or upholstery. There will be a revised warranty for metric chairs:...

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News

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

June 3, 2016HME News Staff

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.“Federal policymakers should carefully evaluate the risk for implementing cuts too fast and take measures to ensure access to quality patient care is prioritized and protected,” said Dan Starck, chairman of the CQRC, a coalition of home respiratory therapy providers...

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U.S. Rehab, TiLite partner up

June 2, 2016HME News Staff

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. “Our mutual interests in patient outcomes are what brings this synergy,” said Greg packer, president of U.S. Rehab. “This relationship with another high quality manufacturer like TiLite is a big win for U.S. Rehab members all over the country.” Permobil acquired TiLite in 2014.

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Short takes: Medtrade, ING Source, Laboratory Tactical, TiLite, BOC

November 5, 2015HME News Staff

Attendance for Medtrade, held Oct. 26-29 in Atlanta, was up overall. Registration for educational sessions was up 17%, while non-exhibitor attendance was up 1% compared to last year...ING Source's pending patent application for the FS6 Compression Foot Sleeve has been approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. “We can now aggressively protect the invention and market creation for which we are so proud, but more importantly, protect the consumers from ineffective look-a-likes and...

BOC, ING Source, Laboratory Tactical, Medtrade, TiLite


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TiLite gives tour of facilities

March 26, 2015HME News Staff

PASCO, Wash. - TiLite recently gave nine para-athletes a behind-the-scenes look at how custom wheelchairs are made. “It's a somewhat unique American manufacturing success story in and of itself with what we do with our custom tailored wheelchairs,” said John Roach, TiLite's chief information officer, in a release. The wheelchair manufacturer hopes the tour will help drum up interest in parasports.

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TiLite gets behind wheelchair tournament

March 11, 2015HME News Staff

PASCO, Wash. - TiLite is providing financial and marketing support to a local wheelchair basketball tournament. Executives from the wheelchair manufacturer attended last year's Clash at the Columbia and were disappointed by the low turnout of spectators, according to a local news article. Organizers of this year's tournament, slated for March 21, hope TiLite's involvement will boost awareness of and participation in the event. This isn't the first time TiLite has supported local causes. Employees...

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TiLite walks the walk

November 4, 2014HME News Staff

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. According to David Lippes, founder and president of the Pasco-based wheelchair manufacturer, the marathon encapsulated the spirit of a former company rule requiring new employees to spend 24 hours in a wheelchair so they could better understand the challenges wheelchair...

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