Monday, September 26, 2022

On the Job With an Upper-limb Prosthesis

The ability to use our hands is a basic requirement for most jobs. Working usually means relying on our hands to assemble, carry, create, drive, hold, lift, open, type, and

Challenges in Upper-limb Care

As part of our issue devoted to O&P care for upper-limb prosthesis users, Julie Alley, president of biodesigns, shares her perspective on some of the challenges facing business owners who

Medicare Advantage Plans Are Robbing Us… Again

The Office of the Inspector General recently issued a report showing that Medicare Advantage plans inappropriately denied 18 percent of claims and 13 percent of prior authorizations that traditional Medicare

Editor’s Note–August 2022

Many activities of daily living and on-the-job tasks require using our arms and hands. This fact, combined with the lesser occurrence of upper-limb amputations compared to lower-limb, primary traumatic etiology,

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This month’s column covers prior authorization and sequestration, and requirements about face-to-face exams, written orders prior to delivery, same or similar devices, and custom-made items ordered but not furnished. Q:

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