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AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

Off-the-shelf orthotics are not included in the competitive bidding recompete! Read about AOPA's efforts to stop competitive bidding here. Good news: $10 million for O&P outcomes research included in the Cromnibus bill! RAC concerns are also addressed in the bill. Jurisdiction D announces widespread prepayment review of knee orthoses. Earn 2 CEUs with this month's O&P Almanac. Register for AOPA's January webinar on VA contracting. All this and more in today's AOPA Breaking News! Blank (12/16)


Novel 3D-printed prostheses enable dog to run

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 18, 2014

COPA experts meet with Medi-Cal officials over proposed regulations

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

"Smarter" artificial muscles could improve prosthetics

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

Double amputee uses thoughts to control 2 artificial arms at the same time

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 18, 2014

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AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 18, 2014

Researchers enhance functionality of mind-controlled robotic limb

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 18, 2014

OSHA tightens injury reporting, recordkeeping for 2015

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

Electrical signal therapy used for peripheral neuropathy

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014

GAO releases analysis of DMEPOS competitive bidding

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Dec 16, 2014


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