WASHINGTON – CMS classified “therapeutic” continuous glucose monitoring systems as durable medical equipment in a Jan. 12 ruling.
WASHINGTON – AAHomecare has formed a Hi Tech Work Group to explore new technology and payment models.
EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab is sponsoring a Georgia Tech study examining how power adjustable seat height can affect the everyday lives of wheelchair users.
We’ve spilled a lot of ink this year—online and in print—on the increasingly connected sleep therapy market, and with good reason.
HARTFORD, Conn. – CareCentrix has launched a cloud-based platform that connects patients to the providers and care they need when they’re discharged from the hospital.
WATERLOO, Iowa – Whether it’s offering information, selling products, or providing an easy way to pay, providers more than ever need to shift their focus to technology, say industry experts.
EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab has launched a “technologically enhanced” website to meet the expanding content and application needs of complex rehab consumers, clinicians and providers.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Horton’s Orthotics & Prosthetics now uses high-precision CAD/CAM scanning technology.
We hosted the Home Health Technology Summit earlier this week in New Orleans, and I had the event in the back of my mind when I was reading a New York Times
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