NCART in June released a funding guide to help providers who are having a harder and harder time getting approved and paid for standing equipment.
LOS ANGELES – In the years since being injured in a 2010 car accident, Chelsie Hill, 20, has spent her time advocating against distracted driving and advocating for people with spinal cord injuries.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Alliance Seating and Mobility and its troupe of assistive technology professionals (ATPs) have been off the radar lately.
Faced with more audits for power mobility devices than ever, providers are taking drastic measures to appeal denials.
WASHINGTON – A congressional briefing on July 15 to educate staffers about two bills to create a separate benefit for complex rehab sparked 15 minutes of questions—a good sign, stakeholders say.
WASHINGTON – Summer may be a time to relax, but industry stakeholders say it’s also a key time to get some serious work done for a separate benefit for complex rehab.
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Stalking horse bidder protection and breakup fees were two of the details finalized during a June 24 hearing for The Scooter Store’s Chapter 11 auction.
WASHINGTON – Efforts to create a separate benefit for complex rehab have made significant headway, including bills in the House of Representatives and Senate, but there’s still a lot to be done.
LUBBOCK, Texas – Jim Howle says his plans as The MED Group’s new director of the National Rehab Network include making sure members survive the current turbulence in the HME industry.
WASHINGTON – Two Republicans and two Democrats have kicked into high gear efforts to create a separate benefit for complex rehab by introducing bills in both the House of Representatives and Senate this session. Who are the men behind the bills?
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