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WIth separate beneft for complex rehab in mind...

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03/25/2010

TRINIDAD, Colo. - With a separate benefit for complex rehab in the works, NRRTS wants to tweak its certified rehabilitation technology supplier (CRTS) credential to make it a "ticket to work" for providers in that field.

Elimination of the first-month purchase option

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03/25/2010

WASHINGTON - The provision to eliminate the first-month purchase option for standard power wheelchairs does have some strings attached that make it more "palatable."

Briefs

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03/25/2010

BUFFALO, N.Y. - NCART sent an e-mail to members in early March, asking them to complete a survey on Medicaid coverage and payment in their areas.

Otto Bock celebrates paralympic sports

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03/25/2010

The Olympic Winter Games didn't end Feb. 28. The Paralympic Games, also in Vancouver, followed the Olympics March 12-21.

ROHO's Borcherding on growth

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03/25/2010

If you're a complex rehab provider and you think you're fighting the fight alone, you're wrong.

NRRTS notes

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03/25/2010

TRINIDAD, Colo. - NRRTS's travel schedule for 2010 is filling up.

Retail mobility 'makes sense'

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03/25/2010

If the thought of adding retail mobility products like vehicle ramps and lifts and promoting them gives you a headache, it doesn't have to, says Cy Corgan, national sales director for retail mobility at Pride Mobility Products.

Alliance Seating & Mobility home-grows ATPs

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03/24/2010

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas - Sixty percent of The Scooter Store employees who have participated in its new program for prospective assistive technology professionals (ATPs) have passed the exam.

Group polls users

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03/24/2010

In August, the National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA) planned to begin polling wheelchair users on their ability to access appropriate complex rehab technology and services.

Users turn condition into mission

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03/24/2010

DAVENPORT, Wash. – When provider Doug Nachtigal decided that he wanted to hire an outside sales rep, he knew he wanted someone who, like him, was a wheelchair user.

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