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NCART video wins award

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01/24/2013

BUFFALO, N.Y. – An educational video released by NCART in 2011 has received an award, according to a letter to members from Executive Director Don Clayback.

ATG Rehab merges with United Seating & Mobility

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01/04/2013

ROCKY HILL, Conn. and ST. LOUIS ­­­– Two of the three major players in the complex rehab market have teamed up.

ATG Rehab adds depth in two states

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01/02/2013

ROCKY HILL, Conn., and APEX, N.C. – ATG Rehab has expanded its services in North Carolina and Virginia by acquiring the complex rehab business of Carolina Mobility & Seating.

Next target for NRRTS: Case managers

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12/28/2012

WALSENBURG, Colo. – NRRTS wants to make sure its registrants are on the radars of case managers, says Simon Margolis. 

Jolly good Fellow

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12/28/2012

WALSENBURG, Colo. – Weesie Walker is only the second person in NRRTS’s 20-year history to be named a NRRTS Fellow. She retired from her position as a branch manager for National Seating and Mobility in Atlanta in December.

Midwest provider veers South with latest acquisition

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12/28/2012

INDIANAPOLIS – Home Health Depot’s latest buy is a “perfect marriage” for both companies, says Nathan Feltman.

CRT event debuts next spring

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09/25/2012

 

ARLINGTON, Va. – NRRTS and NCART will mix things up next spring, combining the five-year tradition of CELA with the Medicaid Summit and a new leadership day.

What's an RTS?

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09/14/2012

WASHINGTON – CMS created confusion over acronyms in August when it sent out bulletins about its decision to designate K0005 as complex rehab.

Stakeholders agree: K0005 is complex rehab

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09/07/2012

WASHINGTON – Stakeholders couldn’t be happier that CMS has designated the K0005 ultra lightweight manual wheelchair as complex rehab.

In brief: Re-supply guidance released, NRRTS pushes bill

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08/31/2012

BALTIMORE – As promised, the four CMS medical directors have released an FAQ on re-supplies. CMS announced in a June bulletin that items that need periodic replacement, like CPAP supplies, must be non-functioning.

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