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Importance of IT and accessibility

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09/01/2020

WASHINGTON – Bill Peterson, RESNA’s 2020 Colin McLaurin Lecturer, has spent most of his career working with government agencies to standardize testing for IT for accessibility. He worked for the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) and the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Accessible Systems and Technology (DHS OAST), and became a RESNA Fellow in 2006. HME News spoke to Peterson about what drives him and his legacy.

RESNA names Carmen DiGiovine president-elect

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07/24/2020

WASHINGTON – RESNA has announced the results of its annual board elections, including Carmen DiGiovine, PhD, ATP/SMS, RET as president-elect.

Challenging fall awaits complex rehab providers

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07/17/2020

YARMOUTH, Maine – Complex rehab providers could see a downturn in revenues in late summer, early fall, says Don Clayback.

In brief: Woman of the Year, brace fraud, AdaptHealth offering

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07/17/2020

WATERLOO, Iowa – VGM has begun accepting nominations for the 2020 HME Woman of the Year.

Registration opens for RESNA conference

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07/17/2020

WASHINGTON – Registration is now open for RESNA’s 2020 Virtual Conference, Sept. 23-24.

‘Enter the RESNA universe’

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06/26/2020

WASHINGTON – RESNA officials say there’s both “excitement and trepidation” around hosting their first virtual conference in September.

Vote for RESNA 2020 board

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05/21/2020

ARLINGTON, Va. – Voting is open for RESNA’s 2020 board of directors. Information about the candidates, including nomination statements and CVs, is posted on the voting site.

Short takes: AAHomecare, CAIRE, RESNA

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04/30/2020

AAHomecare is accepting nominations for four open positions on its board of directors

COVID forces RESNA to cancel event

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04/23/2020

WASHINGTON – RESNA has canceled its annual conference scheduled for July 7-10 at the Hyatt Regency in Arlington, Va. “As you can imagine, this decision was incredibly difficult,” said Mary Ellen Buning, RESNA board president, in an email to members.

In brief: MedPAC finds no change in health outcomes, CMS suspends CERT reviews

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04/17/2020

WASHINGTON – Medicare spending for diabetes testing supplies decreased by 88% between 2010-2017, according to a new report from the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, but health outcomes have remained stable.

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