Subscribe to RSS - nrrts


NRRTS saves in long run with IACET accreditation


LUBBOCK, Texas – NRRTS has been approved as an accredited provider for the International Association for Continuing Education and Training, saving the association money in the long run.   

Elaine Stewart tapped to lead NRRTS


LUBBOCK, Texas – NRRTS has announced its 2017-2018 board members.

Short takes: Reliable Respiratory, NRRTS


Norwood, Mass.-based Reliable Respiratory now holds competitive bidding contracts for the respiratory product category in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire, it announced recently…NRRTS has been approved as an accredited provider for the International Associati

Joint mobility conference breaks records


ARLINGTON, Va. – The decision to combine two mobility-related conferences involving three organizations has paid off, organizers say.

Joint conference rallies around access


ARLINGTON, Va. – Programming a conference for three separate organizations sounds like a challenge, but that’s not the case for the upcoming RESNA/NCART 2016 Conference, organizers say.

How to build consensus from the very beginning

Avoid issues by getting everyone on the same page from the get-go

YARMOUTH, Maine – It takes a team to provide complex rehab, but when family members and clinicians can’t agree on a course of action, it’s up to providers to take the lead, says Weesie Walker, executive director of NRRTS.

In brief: Two senators back bid bill, groups seek vent changes


WASHINGTON – HME stakeholders have added two co-sponsors to a bill in the Senate that would delay a second round of Medicare reimbursement cuts slated for July 1.

Complex rehab cuts reach deep


YARMOUTH, Maine – Complex rehab stakeholders worry that shrinking Medicare reimbursement will have an impact on more than just the bottom lines of providers.

New players boost NRRTS membership


LUBBOCK, Texas – Membership at the National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers is on the rise.

Complex rehab stakeholders petition the president


WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders have launched a petition asking the White House to stop CMS from applying competitive bid pricing to complex rehab wheelchair accessories.