Industry veteran Jeff Preston shares the national provider’s experiences over the last few years.
Independent CRT and DME providers can shine by being experts in their communities.
Accurate, consistent documentation is crucial to a provider’s success.
Executive Director Don Clayback and Associate Director Mickae Lee preview a full season of advocacy opportunities.
As the National Registry of Rehabilitation Technology Suppliers celebrates its 30th anniversary, Executive Director Weesie Walker discusses the future of the RTS.
Successfully justifying Complex Rehab Technology and DME is a painstaking and often lengthy process.
Podcast: Investing in CRT/HME service departments makes good business sense.
As employees rethink their relationships with their jobs, what will tomorrow’s workplace be like?
Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) relies on innovation to meet the evolving needs and goals of people with disabilities. But is CRT a nurturing environment for new ideas and new technology? LUCI co-founders Barry Dean and Jered Dean discuss barriers to new technology and how stakeholders can work together toward more successful seating and mobility outcomes.
In the best of times, working in Complex Rehab Technology is physically, mentally, and emotionally challenging. CRT professionals are accustomed to taking care of others… but who’s taking care of CRT professionals? Patrick Boardman, ATP, discusses what he’s hearing and noticing from colleagues… and explains why self care should also be industry priorities. To talk…