BALTIMORE – Rehab stakeholders last week had their second meeting in two months with CMS officials to discuss their concerns with Round 2 of competitive bidding.
BETHESDA, Md. - Stakeholders will soon have two more official documents to support the importance of complex rehab technology (CRT) and, hopefully, to lend weight to a separate benefit bill.
Mark Schmeler at the University of Pittsburgh says that caring for patients in rural areas is a challenge for healthcare providers of all stripes.
WALSENBURG, Colo. - A recent survey of both NRRTS registrants and "Friends of NRRTS" offered few surprises to Executive Director Simon Margolis.
PRINCE OF WALES, Alaska - A recent 1,351-mile trek into southeastern Alaska highlighted the difficulties mobility providers face in serving rural markets.
WASHINGTON - Stakeholders now have a better idea what it would cost to create a separate benefit for complex rehab.
WASHINGTON - If power wheelchairs get put on prepay review, an overwhelming majority of mobility providers would stop providing the equipment, according to a new survey by The VGM Group's U.S. Rehab.
ST. LOUIS - United Seating and Mobility (USM) announced June 30 that it has finalized a deal with Rehab Specialties to acquire its complex mobility business. The addition of Rehab Specialties brings USM into Texas for the first time.
ST. LOUIS - The second NCART National Medicaid Summit is set for Nov. 30-Dec. 1, and Executive Director Don Clayback can't wait to show attendees what he's been up to since last year.
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