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NCART pushes telehealth for PTs, OTs


EAST AMHERST, N.Y. – NCART has responded to CMS’s proposed rule on Medicare payment policies for physicians, which includes proposals related to continuing the expanded telehealth policies when the public health emergency expires, but not for physical and occupational therapists.

NCART names news officers


EAST AMHERST, N.Y. – Chris Yule of Travis Medical is the new president of NCART.

NCART reschedules monthly webcast


BUFFALO, N.Y. – NCART, NRRTS, U.S. Rehab and The Clinician Task Force have rescheduled their monthly webcast to Oct. 1 at 4 p.m. ET

Complex rehab stakeholders prep request, form consortium


WASHINGTON – Complex rehab stakeholders have taken steps to advance key initiatives related to power seat elevation and power standing systems, and telehealth and remote services.

Awareness week spotlights complex rehab, accessories


WASHINGTON – More than 65 organizations and thousands of individuals participated in National CRT Awareness Week Aug. 10-14.

NCART elects board members


BUFFALO, N.Y. – NCART has finalized its board of directors, following an election in June.

NCART, NRRTS set CRT Awareness Week agenda


WASHINGTON – NCART, NRRTS and others are calling on stakeholders to educate lawmakers and policymakers about why access to complex rehab technology matters as part of the upcoming CRT Awareness Week.

ADA anniversary: A time of celebration, cause for improvements


WATERLOO, Iowa – To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, VGM & Associates, U.S. Rehab and NCART have released a video featuring longtime champion and lead sponsor of the act, retired Sen. Tom Harkin.

Clinicians see pros, cons to telehealth

‘We’re doing whatever we can to get the service to our folks’

YARMOUTH, Maine – Two clinicians provided a realistic view of what telehealth looks like in practice during a recent webcast sponsored by NCART, NRRTS, U.S. Rehab and The Clinician Task Force.

Reporter's notebook: Removing barriers to care during pandemic


At the height of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. in April, NCART, NRRTS, U.S. Rehab and the Clinician Task Force were hosting weekly conference calls for the providers and clinicians trying their best to continue serving patients during the crisis.