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Clinical support, efficient deliveries define CRT

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11/21/2017

As a complex rehab technology (CRT) provider, one important avenue to grow your business is to maintain and increase clinician referrals for rehab orders.

AAHomecare releases rehab white paper

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11/09/2017

WASHINGTON – AAHomecare’s Complex Rehab and Mobility Council has created a new white paper that clearly explains the difference between complex rehab technology and standard mobility products.

Rehab Medical launches website with new focus

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11/02/2017

INDIANAPOLIS – Rehab Medical has launched a new website, rehabmedical.com, with a new focus on customer service, patient mobility, independence and well-being.

Q&A: Mary Ellen Buning, RESNA president-elect

‘I see technology as an enabler’
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10/20/2017

ARLINGTON, Va. – RESNA’s recent annual conference highlighted disability as a functional limitation as much as a diagnosis-driven condition.

NSM expands to Nebraska

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09/28/2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – National Seating & Mobility has opened a new branch in Lincoln, Neb., its first in the state. The location will provide complex rehab services across southeast Nebraska.

NCART seeks updated financials

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08/25/2017

WASHINGTON – A lot has changed in the complex rehab market in the last nearly 10 years—that’s why NCART is looking to update its National CRT Provider Financial Survey.

NCART launches survey

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08/24/2017

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – NCART has commissioned the Saunders College of Business at the Rochester Institute of Technology to conduct a confidential National CRT Provider Financial Survey.

Urgency grows for complex rehab accessories

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05/19/2017

WASHINGTON – With July 1 looming, complex rehab technology stakeholders are asking everyone to step up efforts to get lawmakers to sign onto H.R. 1361 and S.

Events: United Spinal, VGM Heartland

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05/05/2017

The United Spinal Association will host Andrea Dalzell, Ms. Wheelchair New York 2015, at its 6th Annual Roll on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., June 11-14.

How to have a vital dialogue about funding

By Seth Johnson and Mark Smith
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11/30/2016

After years of challenges, are there any signs that funding medically-necessary, quality-of-life complex rehab technology (CRT) can advance coverage and payment policies to reflect advancements in technology?

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