BUFFALO, N.Y. – NCART Executive Director Don Clayback answered the ALS Association’s Ice Bucket Challenge last week. Clayback tied the challenge with National CRT Awareness Week, Aug. 18-24.
A bill signed recently in Colorado establishes separate recognition for complex rehab within the DME category. Similar legislation is pending in several other states.
YARMOUTH, Maine – A bill signed recently in Colorado establishes separate recognition for complex rehab within the DME category. Similar legislation is pending in several other states.
WASHINGTON – The brief mention of repair issues in a recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) report on competitive bidding doesn’t speak to the severity of the problem, say mobility stakeholders.
WASHINGTON – The three-day National CRT Advocacy & Leadership Conference opened on April 29 with a strong call to action.
WASHINGTON – Industry stakeholders support CMS’s plans to expand the PMD demo—with a few tweaks.
“I’m all for it,” said Peggy Walker, billing specialist at VGM. “I’m ready for more prior auths.”
WASHINGTON – A group of lawmakers has asked CMS to delay the transition of certain complex rehab items to capped-rental status on April 1.
EAST AMHURST, N.Y. – Registration is open for the 2014 National CRT Leadership and Advocacy Conference to be held April 29-May 1 in Arlington, Va.
There’s a great deal of activity regarding healthcare policy changes with the goal of providing quality care and services in the most cost-effective manner.
WASHINGTON – The sponsors of a bill in the Senate to create a separate benefit for complex rehab are circulating a “Dear Colleague” letter to ramp up support.
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