October 2007
Medical Device Daily;10/18/2007, Vol. 11 Issue 200, p4
The article reports that American Medical Alert Corp. has executed a contract based on its bid award from New York City, Human Resources Administration (HRA) to continue providing personal emergency response services to Medicaid home care clients. The term of the contract is two years, and clients are provided with two options to renew in favor of HRA for two additional two year terms.


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