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Meeting Goals of Value-based Care in Chronic Disease Management With Point-of-Care Testing

Value-based care models reward providers for efficient and effective patient care based on reported quality measures. Quality measures in both diabetes and chronic kidney disease (CKD) are focused on guideline-recommended diagnostic testing. Adoption of point-of care testing can improve test adherence while bringing increased value to patient office visits. Download the White Paper to learn … Continue reading Meeting Goals of Value-based Care in Chronic Disease Management With Point-of-Care Testing

Anew Life is participating in Design Jam again this year!

We are honored to be participating in the Design Jam again this year as a manufacturing partner! Have you registered for the Adaptive Products for Outdoor Recreation Design Jam yet?! We’ve added new academic and manufacturing partners to expand the range of possible product prototypes developed and are also planning some exciting additional programming. The … Continue reading Anew Life is participating in Design Jam again this year!

Anew Life is now a participating provider with HAP

Anew Life Prosthetics and Orthotics is excited to announce that we are now a participating provider with HAP!  With our consistent 97% patient satisfaction rate, we look forward to assisting HAP members with the most personable, efficient and state-of-the-art service in the area.  We are just down the street from Henry Ford Hospital in New … Continue reading Anew Life is now a participating provider with HAP

How Prosthetists are paid and why legislation is needed

Prosthetics is a completely different animal in the health care jungle in that prosthetists are not reimbursed on a fee-for-service payment as Medical Doctors/Providers. They are reimbursed per device, after delivery of that device.  A practitioner can see one patient several times for their prostheses, but the reimbursement rate is the same.  More complex situations … Continue reading How Prosthetists are paid and why legislation is needed

Three Hurdles to Overcome & Return to Life After Lower Leg Amputation

There isn’t much like the feeling you have when you first learn that you will lose or just lost a limb. It can happen to anyone, young and old and is rarely planned for. The important thing to realize early is that an incredibly fulfilling life still awaits. There will undoubtedly be a struggle from … Continue reading Three Hurdles to Overcome & Return to Life After Lower Leg Amputation