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NASL Advocates Need to Magnify Message to Repeal the Therapy Cap

With 2017 quickly coming to an end, the time to let your voices be heard on the therapy cap is now.  Please urge Congress to revisit this important issue before the exceptions process expires at the end of 2017. Please click here to contact your Members of Congress to voice your support to repeal the cap. For the past 20 years, Congress has maintained a cap on how much outpatient therapy a Medicare beneficiary can receive each year, regardless of medical necessity. Since the policy’s enactment, Congress has stopped this “hard cap” on services by implementing multiple, temporary moratoria and … Continue reading

NASL and Infinity Rehab Supports Repealing the Therapy Cap – Take Action Now!

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Take action now to ask your Member of Congress to support repeal of the therapy cap by supporting and signing onto the Medicare Access to Rehabilitation Services Act of 2017 (S. 253/H.R. 807)! On February 8, 2017, as part of NASL’s 2017 Winter Legislative & Regulatory Conference, NASL members met with their Members of Congress and asked them to support the bicameral legislation, the Medicare Access to Rehabilitation Services Act of 2017 (S. 253/H.R. 807).  This important legislation repeals the “therapy cap” which is a harmful financial restriction on outpatient rehabilitation services needed by Medicare beneficiaries to recuperate and improve … Continue reading