NANTICOKE, Pa. - Many in the industry know Martin Szmal from his work at Pride Mobility Products for the past 15 years, most recently as reimbursement coordinator for Quantum Rehab. He recently struck out on his own as a mobility reimbursement and compliance consultant, and is taking what he's learned about the industry and passing it on to providers around the country. Szmal recently told HME News about his new venture, The Mobility Consultants.
Fear is what prevents more HME providers from offering home modification services, says Bill Stelzer. Providers are scared because they’re equipment people, not contractors, he says, and contractors are afraid because they don’t know HME.
ARLINGTON, Va. - Eric Nepomuceno may be just weeks into his new job as RESNA's certification and education manager, but he's sure of one thing already--the Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) credential is fine just the way it is.
WALSENBURG, Colo. - NRRTS released new standards for its Certified Rehabilitation Technology Supplier (CRTS) credential in early February, but after a backlash from registrants, it's holding off from implementing them.