With several complex rehab technology (CRT) bills on accessories funding and a separate Medicare benefit category already introduced to Congress, 2017 is positioned to be a crucial one for the industry.
At last week’s International Seating Symposium in Nashville, Tenn., Quantum Rehab acknowledged that and made a monetary donation to NCART in support of various advocacy activities.
Seth Johnson, senior VP of government affairs for Quantum Rehab, said in a news announcement, “2017 is poised as a pivotal year for our complex rehab legislative and regulatory priorities. NCART’s unyielding mission toward protecting access to vital complex rehab technologies for beneficiaries serves as a resounding voice toward accomplishing the goals at hand. We are pleased to continue our joint work with NCART in protecting access to CRT.”
Johnson and Jay Brislin, Quantum’s VP, presented a $5,000 check to Don Clayback, executive director of NCART.