Licensed professionals who would be willing to volunteer their services in the event of a public health emergency. The purpose of this Volunteer Practitioner Program is to assure that the entire State has adequate resources to prepare for and respond to any public health emergency, whether it is a declared Continue Reading →
AARC with input from North Carolina respiratory therapy leaders immediately began researching the situation and ultimately went to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to address the issue from a nationwide standpoint. CMS suggested that the AARC develop a Position Statement clarifying the profession’s stance on the delivery Continue Reading →
If you have any questions regarding acceptable CRCE’s for mandatory continuing education requirements, or SED audits contact: Gary Anello, RN, MSN, CDE Phone: (518) 474-3817 Ext. 120 E-Mail: Gary.Anello@nysed.gov
This memorandum is provided in response to many inquiries seeking clarification from the State Education Department about the role of licensed respiratory therapy practitioners and non-licensed persons in providing health care services in sleep laboratories across the State.
When the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act was passed in July, for many, that initial sense of victory, however, has turned into a string of unanswered questions. When will the benefit go into effect? Which services will be covered? What will be the frequency and duration of the Continue Reading →