Bipartisan group is asking the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to review its controversial in-the-home mobility policy.
The guidelines describe a multi-faceted approach involving wheelchair providers, clinicians, consumers, manufacturers, and payers.
New bill would apply to Medicare beneficiaries who want upgraded ultralightweight wheelchair frames.
Featuring NCART, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, NRRTS, the Clinician Task Force, U.S. Rehab, and Bobcat.
Medicaid funding is not keeping pace with rising costs for fuel, shipping, and business operations, association says.
The American Medical Association’s new policy calls for human involvement when AI says care is to be denied.
Some Medicare Advantage Plans are denying non-invasive vents at dangerously high rates.
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.