The Coalition to Preserve Rehabilitation (CPR) is a coalition of national consumer, clinician and membership organizations with the goal of preserving access to rehabilitation services. CPR will advocate for policies that ensure access to rehabilitative care so that individuals with disabilities, injuries or chronic conditions may regain and/or maintain their maximum level of independent function.
Most Recent Advocacy Efforts
- Letter to CMS: CPR Comments on Proposed 2023 Medicare Advantage/Part D Rule. 28 CPR members signed on.
- Letter to CMS: CPR Comments on Proposed 2023 Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters (ACA Proposed Rule). 30 CPR members signed on.
- Letter to HHS: CPR Comments on Proposed Repeal of HHS Regulatory SUNSET Rule. 32 CPR members signed on.
- Letter to CMS/OMB: CPR Comment Letter on Proposed Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility Review Choice Demonstration (IRF RCD). 28 CPR members signed on.
- Letter to CMS/RTI: Joint Post-Acute Care Stakeholder Letter on Unified PAC Payment Model. CPR Steering Committee signed on with 8 other organizations.
- Letter to CMS: CPR Comment Letter on CY 2022 Home Health Prospective Payment System (HH PPS) Proposed Rule. 23 CPR members signed on.