Wheelchair group files suit against CMS
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
:The Power Mobility Coalition, a group of industry suppliers and manufacturers, filed a temporary injunction against CMS Oct. 13 in an attempt to stop the agency from implementing its interim final rule on power mobility devices. On Oct. 14, CMS announced it was postponing local coverage determinations on new codes for wheelchair reimbursement. The agency did not postpone implementation of the rule, which becomes effective Oct. 25. The coalition has said the rule would establish a method of prescription that is more subjective and prone to error than the current certificate of medical necessity-based system (1"The Gray Sheet" Sept. 19, 2005, p. 9)...
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