Serving the Seating & Wheeled Mobility Professional
Bret Tracy and Josh Haynes from Merits Health Products discuss stakeholder priorities and their impact on design.
Stories include how the seemingly inside-out world of funding impacts power wheelchair design.
CRT policy/funding expert brings years of experience in working with Medicaid and managed care organizations.
Association is working with seating veteran Jean Minkel to put denials in front of policy makers.
Wayne Grau and Mickae Lee discuss repair reform, funding for power standing, and NCART's 2023 plans.
A long list of accessories, from powered seating to seat cushions and backrests, is included.
NCART's comment recommends coverage for qualifying Medicare beneficiaries using Group 2, 3, 4, or 5 power wheelchairs.
The episode welcomes new Executive Director Wayne Grau.
Could innovation could be stymied by Medicare's coding policies and preferences?
NSM's Bill Mixon and Charles Sargeant discuss the need for funding flexibility and changes to service policies for CRT.
Comment period for seat elevation on Group 3 power chairs continues till Sept. 14.
The former Senate Majority Leader asked about Complex Rehab Technology issues and the industry's future.
Complex Rehab advocates have asked the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to reconsider its funding policies.
New software capability is designed to streamline the referral process.
Services have been designed specifically for the business operations needs of CRT and DME suppliers.
Suppliers have faced rising business costs throughout the ongoing pandemic.
Medicare funding cuts are scheduled to go into effect next year.
How the Language that CRT Uses Impacts Policy & Funding
How everyday vocabulary can impact funding and access to CRT.
Delays in being able to deliver and repair CRT equipment are among the most common consumer and industry frustrations.
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