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Short takes: Univita, NMEDA, RESNA

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06/02/2015

Univita Healthhas appointed Jack Greenman as CFO.

NCART, NRRTS, RESNA join forces

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05/07/2015

ARLINGTON, Va. – NCART, NRRTS and RESNA will co-host a single conference next year, July 12-15 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Va.

RESNA supports tech innovation

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04/09/2015

NEW YORK – RESNA has partnered with New York University and AT&T on Connect Ability, a competition offering more than $100,000 in prizes to developers for software, wearable and other technology solutions that enhance the lives of people with disabilities.

RESNA seeks board nominees

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02/25/2015

ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA seeks nominations to fill three board positions. Candidates must be RESNA members in good standing, preferably with a record of participating in the association’s activities, including in some leadership capacity.

In brief: CMS seeks to exclude certified orthotic fitters, DeRoyal receives patent

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08/29/2014

WASHINGTON – CMS would like to limit the provision of custom fitted prefabricated orthotics to “individuals with specialized training” like physicians.

RESNA announces board members, seating course

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08/28/2014

ARLINGTON, Va. – Incoming RESNA President Ray Grott has nominated five new members to the association’s board.

RESNA takes new stand on restraints, updates stance on standing devices

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03/28/2014

ARLINGTON, Va. – Providers struggling to get standing equipment covered for their patients now have a stronger RESNA document to back them up.

Registration opens for RESNA conference

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03/14/2014

WASHINGTON – Registration is now open for RESNA’s annual conference, slated for June 11-15 in Indianapolis, Ind.

RESNA announces conference speakers

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02/24/2014

WASHINGTON – Former Indy 500 driver Sam Schmidt, founder of the Sam Schmidt Paralysis Foundation, will open RESNA’s “Racing Towards Excellence in AT” conference.

UN gives RESNA special status

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08/23/2013

WASHINGTON – RESNA has received special consultative status from the United Nations, allowing the organization to increase its international presence, says President Alex Mihailidis.

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