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How do we protect 'pathway' to referring clinicians?


One-third of clinicians recently surveyed by the Clinician Task Force have seen their seating clinics closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, says Cathy Carver.

CRT stakeholders host COVID-19 webinar


EAST AMHERST, N.Y. – NCART, NRRTS, U.S. Rehab and the Clinician Task Force are hosting a free webinar on COVID-19 Thursday, April 2, at 4 p.m. EST.

CTF grows membership, plans to attend Abilities Expos


ARLINGTON, Va. – The Clinician Task Force has nearly doubled its ranks to 76 members in one year, says Cathy Carver, executive director.

Clinicians on camera

CTF tackles legislation, position papers, education, Medicaid

ARLINGTON, Va. – A work group of the Clinician Task Force is producing eight-minute videos to educate wheelchairs users on the importance of current complex rehab technology legislation.

NRRTS, CTF push local advocacy


LUBBOCK, Texas, and ARLINGTON, Va. — NRRTS and the Clinician Task Force (CTF) are collaborating on a pilot program that encourages suppliers, clinicians and consumers to team up and increase awareness of complex rehab at the local level.

Clinican Task Force seeks to 'build capacity'


ARLINGTON, Va. – The Clinician Task Force has identified its top priorities for 2019, including recruiting more clinicians into the seating and wheeled mobility profession.

Clinician Task Force gets new leader


ARLINGTON, Va. – After being under the same leadership since it was founded 14 years ago, the Clinician Task Force has a new executive director and a new governing structure.

Task force teases out issues


ARLINGTON, Va. – The Clinician Task Force (CTF) has given stakeholders more ammunition in their fight to stop CMS from applying competitive bidding pricing to accessories for complex rehab manual wheelchairs.

Task force pushes curriculum


The Clinician Task Force provided “a taste” of its entry-level seating and wheeled mobility curriculum for academic programs at an American Physical Therapy Association meeting in mid-February.

CTF: Template needs more prompts


WASHINGTON – The Clinician Task Force wants to see some changes to CMS’s draft electronic template for power mobility devices, says Laura Cohen, chairwoman. Among them: prompts to call in a physical therapist or occupational therapist to help evaluate the patient.