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U.S. Rehab signs Braze Mobility 

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U.S. Rehab signs Braze Mobility 

June 14, 2022HME News Staff

WATERLOO, Iowa – U.S. Rehab, a division of VGM & Associates, has signed a partnership agreement with Toronto-based Braze Mobility, making the Braze Blind Spot Sensors for wheelchairs available to its members nationwide. The sensors can be added to any manual or power wheelchair, transforming it into a “smart” wheelchair. “U.S. Rehab is extremely excited about this new partnership,” said Greg Packer, president. “We strive to continually bring partnerships to our...

Braze Mobility, smart wheelchairs, US Rehab, wheelchair sensors


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U.S. Rehab helps with ATP prep 

March 22, 2022HME News Staff

WATERLOO, Iowa – U.S. Rehab has launched new online courses on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). AAC education is part of the training process to become an ATP and is included on the RESNA exam for certification “We receive frequent feedback from our members asking for additional education on AAC and we are excited to be able to provide an updated option,” U.S. Rehab in a press release. “ATPs and people who are preparing for the ATP exam can purchase and...

alternative communications, Augmentative Communications, Complex Rehab, US Rehab


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U.S. Rehab refreshes FMA dashboard

March 15, 2019HME News Staff

WATERLOO, Iowa - U.S. Rehab is in the final stages of releasing a new dashboard for its Functional Mobility Assessment tool, according to a blog post on its website. The new dashboard will have enhanced ease-of-use, more clearly defined graphics and menu selections, advanced diagnoses choices and more up-to-date demographic selections. U.S. Rehab says more details will be announced soon. More than 2,800 unique U.S. Rehab members and rehab institutions have now participated in the FMA outcomes program,...

Functional Mobility Assessment, Outcomes, US Rehab


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Delivery system in jeopardy, new white paper shows

August 15, 2017HME News Staff

WATERLOO, Iowa - U.S. Rehab, a division of the VGM Group, has released a white paper analyzing the current state of the DME industry. The paper, “The Delivery of DMEPOS is in Jeopardy,” provides a data-driven perspective on the adverse effects of competitive bidding on both patients and providers of DME, complex rehab and O&P. “If the current issues with reimbursement are not addressed, irreparable harm will be done to this delivery system,” said Greg Packer, president of...

Cost, Delivery, US Rehab, VGM, white paper


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