NASL was formed in 1989 and represents over 100 companies providing medical products, medical services, and information technology to the post acute care industry. NASL member companies employ 25,000+ therapy professionals and represent approximately 64% of the nation’s long term care health information technology providers.
NASL continually influences national healthcare policy, particularly, improved Medicare ancillary payments and assurance that laws and regulations are in place to promote quality patient care. NASL has established a positive working relationship with the Government and leads initiatives, such as, extension of therapy cap exceptions process, alternative to a therapy cap, competitive bidding process, and adoption of health information technology.
Every NASL member is active on one of four working committees: Medical Products, Medical Services, Information Technology and Diagnostic Testing. NASL committees and... Read More