YARMOUTH, Maine - Providers need to make sure repair techs and employees who process Medicare claims are on the same page if they want the reimbursement they're entitled to.
WASHINGTON – After nearly two years of effort, the complex rehab separate benefit bill now has a sponsor.
WALSENBURG, Colo. – If you've been thinking about becoming a Certified Rehabilitation Technology Supplier (CRTS), now might be a good time.
LARGO VISTA, Texas - Both new and long-standing NRRTS registrants will be able to find the CEUs they need in the 2012 webinar series if NRRTS President Michele Gunn has anything to say about it.
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.
WALSENBURG, Colo. - A recent survey of both NRRTS registrants and "Friends of NRRTS" offered few surprises to Executive Director Simon Margolis.
Mark Schmeler at the University of Pittsburgh says that caring for patients in rural areas is a challenge for healthcare providers of all stripes.
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