RF Technologies offers regulatory help

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RF Technologies announced that it will help customers navigate new Medicare regulations that could trim provider payments. Beginning in October, the  Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services plans to stop paying for “preventable” hospital injuries (such as pressure ulcers). "Our knowledgeable experts are committed to providing solutions to help healthcare professionals comply with the directives of regulatory agencies, while providing the best possible care," said James Hermann, vice president of business development at the firm.

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