Participate in the CRT Clinician/Supplier/Manufacturer Survey

Published in Complex Rehab on August 26, 2020

According to an update from NCART, a national survey of CRT clinicians, suppliers, and manufacturers is being conducted by the CRT Remote Services Consortium and is purposed with collecting information about applications of remote services and telehealth in the CRT provision process, benefits/issues in its use, and what needs to be considered as we plan for the future. 

Remote services and telehealth expansions have played a critical role in the ability to continue to provide equipment and services to the CRT population during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Industry leaders are working to ensure needed policy changes are made permanent beyond the Public Health Emergency so these services can continue to be provided. But we need feedback from you.

Responses collected will be used in discussions with policymakers and others as discussions continue about making these expansions permanent. Responses are due by Friday September 4, 2020. 

To participate in the survey, clinicians can click here and suppliers/manufacturers can click here. Thank you in advance for your valuable input!
 


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