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Boston Orthopedic & Respiratory Equipment LLC  RECEIVED ACCREDITATION, ILLUSTRATING COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE IN PATIENT CARE

 

 

Charlestown, MA — 06.01.2012 Boston Orthopedic & Respiratory Equipment LLC, a durable medical equipment company providing Mobility Equipment and Services (canes walkers, crutches, wheelchairs, scooters, hospital beds, lifts), has achieved the Award of Accreditation from the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation (HQAA), based in Waterloo, Iowa. This award was presented on 06.01.2012 and is achieved only when a medical equipment provider demonstrates a high level of quality in all their business operations and services.  Boston Orthopedic & Respiratory Equipment LLC located at 6 Dexter Rd., Charlestown MA earned the three-year accreditation after completing a comprehensive review process that focuses on meeting quality standards and a commitment to quality operational practices and procedures in the areas of financial stability, human resource training, patient care, delivery services, billing practices and maintenance of products and equipment. Accreditation by the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation assures Medicare and other health payers that the highest levels of quality are practiced within all areas of the company. 

 

“We sought accreditation by the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation to demonstrate that our company is committed to providing excellent products in a safe and efficient manner,” says Igor Gildshtein, managing member, Boston Orthopedic. “This award also reinforces that our commitment to quality is ongoing.”

 

Founded in 2005, the Healthcare Quality Association on Accreditation became a deemed authority by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to accredit providers of durable and home medical equipment.  HQAA and Boston Orthopedic & Respiratory Equipment, seek to ensure that patients receive honest, ethical treatment.  HQAA’s interactive, web-based design is specifically aimed at the durable medical equipment industry, providing a targeted approach to accreditation and quality improvement.

 

About Boston Orthopedic & Respiratory Equipment LLC

Established in 2010, the organization had started providing services to elderly community of Charlestown. They started from simple repairs and troubleshooting of manual and power wheelchairs. Company would pick-up and deliver the equipment. Furthermore some staff members got certified by the manufacturers as to quality provision of the equipment and services such as repairs. Major brands such as Invacare Pride Mobility Drive Medical Medline would be serviced by the qualified personnel.

Early 2011 had brought different changes as to the specialty of the organization. Boston Orthopedic & Respiratory Equipment had serviced over five hundred patients and analytics had explored the new horizons such as seating and positioning evaluations for proper fitting of the mobility equipment. Many staff members had started an educational journey towards assisted technology profession. Boston Orthopedic members work with Physical Therapist’s, Occupational Therapist’s. ATP’s ( Assistive Technologist)

 

For more information, please contact Igor Gildshtein, managing member, (617) 337- 5133 and info@bostonorthoresp.com

 

Manual vrs Power Chair

Posted by on 3/26/2016 to Rentals
Manual vrs Power Chair
Manual wheelchairs are light weight and easy to transport. They weigh about 40 lbs. for easy lifting and fold up easily. They can be stored in a closet or in your car. Manual wheelchairs are small enough to fit through most doorways and usually weigh about 40 lbs. for easy lifting. They are ideal for home use, especially older homes with narrow halls and doorways. Most of them have solid rubber tires that won't mar wooden floors. Which is good because buffing wooden floors is time consuming and expensive. Most manual wheelchairs also come with swing-away leg rests that have retaining straps. These straps keep your legs from getting dragged underneath the chair, which can be painful and cause further injury. They are also the preferred means of patient transport for most hospitals and retirement homes. This is because they are cheap, light weight, and can be stored easily. However power chairs and scooters are a great way of getting around. The big difference between power chairs and scooters, is that scooters are made for outdoor use. Because they are good when riding long distance. It is like taking a long walk in the park or you can go jogging around the pond with a friend. They are great when you are traveling. They fit easily into the back of a pick up truck or a mini van. Which makes them perfect for travelers exploring the United States. Power Chairs are made for day to day use. They are great for getting to work, for getting around the house and for getting on public transportation. Owing to their utility, they are what most handicapped people use on a daily basis. Some power chairs have been designed to go over the curbs stones in a side walk. They can travel at speeds exceeding five miles an hour. They can even be used on narrow dirt rode’s and woodland pathways. When purchasing or renting a wheel chair or scooter you must first asses what your needs are. Do you need something you can use to go exploring? Perhaps something you can use on a day to day basis? Or would you prefer some thing you can just fold up and stick in the closet. Or just give us a call at 617 337 5133 and we will help you to explore your options.
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