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Rehab Medical's app smooths ordering process


INDIANAPOLIS – Between complex rehab providers, doctors, payers, caregivers, PTs and ATPs, it's difficult for patients to know where they are in the order process, which is why Rehab Medical launched a new app to remove the mystery.

Rehab Medical launches app for customers


INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has launched a new customer-centric app, myRehabMedical, to provide solutions to each customer’s mobility needs.

Rehab Medical: People grow companies


INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical hosted 375 employees at its annual meeting here Jan. 9-10, 150 more employees than last year.

In brief: Numotion acquires Monroe Wheelchair, AAH puts Walmart on notice


BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Numotion has acquired Syracuse, N.Y.-based Monroe Wheelchair.

Rehab Medical named Best Place to Work


INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has been named on of Indiana’s Best Places to Work for the second year in a row. The Indiana Chamber of Commerce named the provider in its large company (250-999 U.S. employees) category.

Rehab Medical names new CTO


INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has promoted Kenny Hicks to chief technology officer. Previously, Hicks was director of technology.

Rehab Medical leads employees to ‘Your Better Self’


INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical and its affiliate of companies has invested $250,000 in a new “Your Better Self” initiative to improve its employees’ “mind, health and soul.” “The company is only as great as its employees,” said CEO Patrick McGinley.

In brief: PromptCare buys Premier, Rehab Medical buys Mobility Specialists


NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J. – The PromptCare Companies has acquired Hoffman Estates, Ill.-based Premier Specialty Infusion, further expanding its footprint in the Midwest.

Rehab Medical extends reach in Florida


INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has acquired Winter Park, Fla.-based Mobility Specialists, which has been providing mobility equipment in central Florida for more than 16 years.

Game-changing technology


INDIANAPOLIS – Professional development isn’t the only tool that employees need to succeed, says Rehab Medical President Kevin Gearheart.

They also need the right technology.