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Complex rehab letter draws support from 41 representatives

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09/29/2020

WASHINGTON – Forty one members of the House of Representatives have signed a congressional letter urging CMS to permanently stop applying competitive bidding pricing to accessories for complex rehab manual wheelchairs.

New MobilityWorks CEO emphasizes customers, technology

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09/25/2020

RICHFIELD, Ohio – For Bryan Everett, the new CEO of MobilityWorks, everything is personal.

Complex rehab ‘takes next step’ with new program

‘It’s time for us as a profession to have a bona fide, university level curriculum associated with what we do’
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09/11/2020

PITTSBURGH – More than anything, the University of Pittsburgh’s new Master of Rehabilitation Technology program will help to raise awareness among young professionals that specializing in assistive technology is a valid profession, says Mark Schmeler.

Rehab Medical's app smooths ordering process

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09/01/2020

INDIANAPOLIS – Between complex rehab providers, doctors, payers, caregivers, PTs and ATPs, it's difficult for patients to know where they are in the order process, which is why Rehab Medical launched a new app to remove the mystery.

Home accessibility pro tips: Bulk up on certifications, training

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09/01/2020

WATERLOO, Iowa – Specialization is key to success in home accessibility, with more and larger companies getting into and consolidating the market, says Rick Lair.

Importance of IT and accessibility

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09/01/2020

WASHINGTON – Bill Peterson, RESNA’s 2020 Colin McLaurin Lecturer, has spent most of his career working with government agencies to standardize testing for IT for accessibility. He worked for the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) and the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Accessible Systems and Technology (DHS OAST), and became a RESNA Fellow in 2006. HME News spoke to Peterson about what drives him and his legacy.

Rehab roundup: Data gathering and advocating

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08/28/2020

YARMOUTH, Maine – The new CRT Remote Services Consortium has launched two surveys – one for clinicians, and one for suppliers and manufacturers – to collect information about how they’re using telehealth and remote services, respectively.

Complex rehab stakeholders prep request, form consortium

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08/21/2020

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

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08/19/2020

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

BraunAbility report card reveals low satisfaction with ADA

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08/14/2020

INDIANAPOLIS – People with mobility disabilities say the Americans with Disabilities Act isn’t very effective most of the time, according to the new BraunAbility Drive for Inclusion Report Card. 

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