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Pride Mobility launches German subsidiary


HOVELHOF, Germany – Pride Mobility Products has launched its newest international standalone subsidiary, Pride Germany.

Pride Mobility tests digital tools


EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products is testing a new digital kiosk with about 50 HME providers as a way to help them educate and sell customers on their products.

Power tilt and recline: Yes, both can be medically necessary


Medicare will consider power tilt, power recline or a combination of power tilt and recline for coverage and reimbursement when: The beneficiary is at high risk for the development of a pressure ulcer (injury) and is unable to perform a functional weight shift, or the ben

Pride, Quantum obtain BBB accreditation


EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products and Quantum Rehab have obtained accreditation from the Better Business Bureau serving metro Washington, D.C., and eastern Pennsylvania.

Headed for a vote: Medicaid bill that includes accessories language


WASHINGTON – December may, once again, turn out to be a lucky month for complex rehab stakeholders.

In brief: Parachute teams with Brightree, ResMed wins in court


NEW YORK and ATLANTA ­– Parachute Health’s e-prescribing platform will be integrated into Brightree’s cloud-based software, improving the ordering and fulfillment process for HME providers, the two companies say.

Pride, Quantum mentor students


DURYEA, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products and Quantum Rehab hosted a mentoring day for students with disabilities at a company facility on Oct. 18, as part of Disability Mentoring Day.

Pride gets 10K ‘likes'


EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products’ Facebook page has reached 10,000 followers, the company announced today.

What are CMS’s plans for prior authorization demonstration


WASHINGTON – A Medicare demonstration project requiring prior authorizations for standard power wheelchairs in 19 states expires this August.

In brief: CMS greenlights CGMs for coverage, Bain Capital makes bolt-on acquisition in pediatric market


WASHINGTON – CMS classified “therapeutic” continuous glucose monitoring systems as durable medical equipment in a Jan. 12 ruling.