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November 2006 Issue

November 2006

edit post A Closer Look at O&P’s Big Fish: Hanger by Miki Fairley November 1, 2006 Finding the Balance Between Clinical Quality and Business Metrics Picture yourself as a tightrope

Sports News

Amputee Athlete Competes in The Amazing Race Ossur, Aliso Viejo, California, congratulates Sarah Reinertsen on her selection as the first amputee to take part in CBS’s Emmy-winning reality series, The

Massachusetts, California Ensure Coverage

On September 7, Massachusetts became the fifth state to ensure comprehensive coverage for prosthetic care under the law. After years of hard work by groups like the Massachusetts Society of

Got FAQs?

The future of your practice depends on knowledgeable billing and collection information. Understanding the full aspect of billing guidelines and procedures will effectively increase your reimbursement. This informative column will

ROMP: Growth of a Humanitarian Effort

Far too many amputees in our world remain disabled not because of a missing limb but because of a missing prosthesis. The Range Of Motion Project (ROMP) is a nonprofit

Consumer-Directed Healthcare: Fad or Future?

For those who have been in a coma for the past several decades, US healthcare costs continue to escalate annually at double-digit rates, with more and more Americans going without

A Lawyer Looks at Monopolies

Could Linkia become a monopoly? Some in the O&P industry have expressed concern over this possibility. As a consequence, could Linkia be liable to antitrust laws? When asked about the

Independent Networks Weigh In

What are the independent O&P networks saying? Below are analyses and comments from two of the most prominent, POINT and PrimeCare. Jim Andreassen, President OPGA & POINT Health Centers of

Hanger Supports Prosthetic Parity

Hanger Orthopedic Group is one of the partners supporting the Amputee Coalition of America (ACA) Action Plan for People with Limb Loss (APPLL). Hanger’s chief medical officer, John J. Rush,

A Closer Look at O&P’s Big Fish: Hanger

Finding the Balance Between Clinical Quality and Business Metrics Picture yourself as a tightrope walker crossing a wire marked “Success.” Your balancing pole has a weight on the right side

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