National Coalition for Assistive and Rehab Technology
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- Congressional Letter to CMS
- Representatives Signed on To Letter
- NCART Position Paper
- Call to Action
- Codes Effected by Policy Change
Protecting and Promoting Access to Complex Rehab Technology
Welcome to the website of NCART, the National Coalition for Assistive and Rehab Technology. NCART is a national association of suppliers and manufacturers of Complex Rehab Technology (CRT) products and supporting services used by children and adults with significant disabilities and medical conditions.
CRT products include medically necessary and individually configured manual and power wheelchairs,seating and positioning systems, and other adaptive equipment such as standing devices and gait trainers. This specialized equipment requires evaluation, configuration, fitting, adjustment, or programming to meet the individual’s medical needs and maximize function and independence.
In order to ensure access, NCART works with consumers, clinicians, and physicians along with federal, state, and private policy makers to establish and protect appropriate coverage, coding, supplier standards, and funding policies.
Our website is designed to provide a variety of information regarding CRT. This includes educational materials, alerts on federal and state issues that are impacting access, and advocacy tools and resources. We hope you find the information on this site helpful and encourage you to get involved in protecting and promoting access to CRT. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if we can be of assistance. Thanks for your interest and participation!
Introduction to Complex Rehab Technology Video
"Complex Rehab Technology- Essential for health. Essential for life." provides an introduction to Complex Rehab Technology from the perspectives of individuals who rely on it each day for their health and independence, physicians who prescribe it, and consumer organizations that work to protect access. The video also highlights current challenges and changes needed to ensure adequate access.