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What is a recap anyway?


HME News asked Bradley Smith, a managing director and partner at Vertess, to explain:

AWP & CRT: Providers aim to serve referrals more broadly


YARMOUTH, Maine – Medicare’s any willing provider provision, set to go into effect Jan. 1, 2019, could mean some small strategic shifts for complex rehab providers.

House passes bill with accessories language


WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives this afternoon handily passed a bill with language that requires CMS to stop applying competitive bidding pricing to accessories for complex rehab manual wheelchairs for 18 months, starting Jan. 1, 2019.

Headed for a vote: Medicaid bill that includes accessories language


WASHINGTON – December may, once again, turn out to be a lucky month for complex rehab stakeholders.

Breaking news: House moves on accessories issue


WASHINGTON – Language that requires CMS to stop applying competitive bidding pricing to accessories for complex rehab manual wheelchairs for 18 months has been included in a larger bill introduced today in the House of Representatives, according to NCART.

U.S. Rehab releases FMA data


WATERLOO, Iowa – The best equipment provided by the best professionals results in the best care, according to the latest quality assurance data from U.S. Rehab members participating in its Functional Mobility Assessment tool.

Reliable Medical Supply positions for growth

But, ‘we want to stay localized and not get so crazy big that we lose sight of what we’re doing’

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. – Reliable Medical Supply has grown organically to four locations in Minnesota, but with an outside investor now on board, it has set its sights on expanding through acquisition into new geographical markets.

Numotion ‘energized’


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Numotion has a new private equity owner and, soon, it will have a more diverse board of directors, both to better position the company for accelerated growth.

NRRTS tweaks requirements


WASHINGTON – An amnesty program that allowed new NRRTS registrants to immediately apply for their CRTS designation was so successful that it has become a permanent change.

Complex rehab update: Go-time for accessories


WASHINGTON – NCART will stage a congressional call-in on Nov. 14 to advance a bill that would stop CMS from applying competitive bidding-related cuts to accessories for complex manual wheelchairs.