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Access2CRT conference pushed to 2021

May 21, 2020HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - NCART and NRRTS will not hold an Access2CRT Summit this year, after originally postponing it in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizers had hoped to reschedule the event, originally slated for March 30-31, in the fall. “We believe this is in the best interest of everyone involved,” the organizations said. “As an alternative for 2020, we will be planning a virtual grassroots event to maintain congressional communication as a part of our annual National CRT Awareness...

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Education in the time of coronavirus

April 3, 2020Liz Beaulieu, Editor

EAST AMHERST, N.Y. - NCART and NRRTS are in a holding pattern on rescheduling their Access2CRT Summit, originally scheduled for March 30-31.In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the two organizations are focusing instead on how to best help their members and registrants continue to take care of their patients.“It's disappointing because we put together a fabulous program—we do every year— but, you know, when you're talking to people, they're worried about a lot more than the...

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NCART, NRRTS postpone Summit

March 11, 2020HME News Staff

WASHINGTON - NCART and NRRTS have postponed their Access2CRT Summit, originally scheduled for March 30-31 in Arlington, Va., “due to the unpredictable nature and reach of the coronavirus.” “We regret having to take this action and understand this will inconvenience registrants with travel plans in place,” the organizations stated. “However, like many across the country, we have been carefully monitoring the progression of the coronavirus and the recommendations and actions...

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Separate benefit takes top priority

January 3, 2020Liz Beaulieu, Editor

ARLINGTON, Va. - A separate benefit for complex rehab technology will be the top talking point during the Capitol Hill visits at the upcoming Access2CRT Summit, now that Congress has addressed the accessories issue.Congress passed and the president signed a bill in late December that, among other things, required CMS to stop applying competitive bidding pricing to accessories for complex manual wheelchairs for 18 months, starting Jan. 1.“It's good to get that out of the way and focus on other...

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