Expanding from its original location in the United Kingdom, the COPA Practice Growth show brings its conference and exposition to the United States as it opens March 4 at the Javits Center in New York.
North Carolina-based outpatient rehab therapy practice Compleat Rehab Sports Therapy Center has selected Clinicient’s TotalInsight integrated software and revenue cycle management service to help meet business goals.
Choosing an inpatient rehab setting after stroke, spinal cord injury (SCI), or traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have a significant effect on a patient’s outcome. A campaign launched by Mechanicsburg, Pa-based Select Medical aims to help consumers understand the implications of choosing inpatient rehab versus a nursing home.
With reports of roughly 20% of total knee replacement patients dissatisfied with persistent pain after surgery, Veterans Affairs Health Care researchers developed the “kinematic alignment” method of knee replacement, said to be superior to pain relief and range of motion associated with postsurgical results of traditional knee-replacement methods.
As the new CEO of Birminham, Ala-based Source Medical Solutions Inc, James M. Cofffin, PhD, is expected to leverage his healthcare IT expertise and lead the company forward in its growth and evolution.
Researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) recently demonstrated a new powered prosthetic that was able to respond naturally to testing and offer performance similar to a biologic leg.
In a 5-page latter to the chairman of the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, Bruce Gans, MD, chair of the American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association, called on the commission to reject a proposal to implement so-called “site-neutral” Medicare payments that would not distinguish between inpatient rehab facilities and skilled nursing facilities.
A letter of support was issued today by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) that supports the elimination of in-office ancillary services as an exemption to the Stark law.
Utilize Health is a free service that aims to connect patients affected by spinal cord injury as well as other neurological conditions with post-acute service to aid recovery and rehabilitation.
In a move to expand its long-term care division, Port Washington, NY-based Drive Medical has completed a deal to acquire the business of Primus Medical.