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CMS comes through on wheelchair accessories

‘We have a little extra bounce in our steps’
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06/23/2017

WASHINGTON – With only days to spare, stakeholders have succeeded in getting CMS to refrain from cutting reimbursement for accessories for complex rehab power wheelchairs.

NSM expands Dallas area presence

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06/23/2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – National Seating & Mobility has acquired Mobility Healthcare, which has locations in Carrollton and Lewisville, Texas.

NRRTS backs users on Capitol Hill

‘We saw this as an opportunity to show our cohesiveness’
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06/16/2017

WASHINGTON ­­– When wheelchair users rolled onto Capitol Hill last week to advocate for a number of issues, they had official support from NRRTS for the first time.

United Spinal logs 200 congressional visits with ROCH

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06/16/2017

WASHINGTON – United Spinal Association and more than 150 wheelchair users, clinicians, partners and disability advocates from 35 states gathered in Washington, D.C., June 11-14 for the 6th annual Roll on Capitol Hill to discuss improving disability policies with key congr

A nail, a horse, and a lost war

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Thursday, June 1, 2017

It’s always a pleasure to speak with Weesie Walker, the executive director of NRRTS and before that a long-time clinician with National Seating and Mobility. Here’s the thing about Walker: She may be one of the most unassuming people you know, but she’s also one of the smartest.

AAH marries rehab and retail

‘It’s time to get serious’ about cash, says provider Nancy Froslie
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05/19/2017

WASHINGTON – As changes in federal and state reimbursement structures continue to squeeze their revenue streams, complex rehab and mobility providers of all shapes and sizes are increasingly trying to diversify their product lines and customer profiles.

NSM debuts in Washington state

Also launches first home solutions location in Ohio
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05/16/2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – National Seating & Mobility announced two acquisitions on May 12, including its first in Washington state.

Complex rehab stakeholders make their case

The big question: What will get done by an ‘overwhelmed’ Congress?
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04/28/2017

ARLINGTON, Va. – The amount of work that needs to get done in Congress this year may be a double-edged sword for complex rehab stakeholders, lobbyists say.

Prior auth update: No involvement from ATP trips some providers

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04/28/2017

WASHINGTON – CMS gave insight into how providers are doing with a new prior authorization process for two complex rehab codes during the third in a series of Special Open Door Forums on April 25.

Update: Custom seats, backs under review, NCART says

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04/25/2017

WASHINGTON – The medical directors at jurisdictions B and C have agreed to do an “immediate review” of payments for custom seats (E2609) and custom backs (E2617), following their decision to change payments from individually priced to flat allowable, according to NCART.

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