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Poll: Most providers would nix partial payment CMS settlement

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Sep 16, 2014

A poll by HME News found that 60% of respondents would decline an offer by the CMS to accept partial payment of 68% to settle pending appeals. Many of the 40% who said they would accept the offer cited the financial burden of pursuing appeals. However, some worried that acceptance would signal to the CMS that they could accept a lower payment or that acceptance of the settlement would affect timely payment of claims in the future. HME News (09/12)


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IPA: Pistorius will be allowed to compete in Paralympics after serving his sentence

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Robotic cheetah could lead to prosthetic advances

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Hawaiian company developing device to improve comfort of prostheses

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Mountain goats inspire climbing prosthesis

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U.K. startup raising funds to create improved orthoses

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Sep 18, 2014

Lower diabetes odds seen with high-fat dairy consumption

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Shares of ReWalk double in first day of trading

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