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Featured News

2022 NCCRA Symposium Save The Dates

Save the dates!! The NCCRA Annual Symposium will be virtual again this year. Please hold the afternoons of March 29th and April 5th from 12:30-5pm. More details to follow soon! [...]
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Don’t be surprised by “No Surprise Act” that goes into effect 1/1/2022

Starting January 1, 2022, consumers will have new billing protections when getting emergency care, non-emergency care from out-of-network providers at in-network facilities, and air ambulance services from out-of-network providers. Through new rules aimed to protect consumers, excessive out-of-pocket costs will be restricted, and emergency services must continue to be covered without any prior [...]
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Day on the Hill 2022

Day on the Hill 2022 will be held virtually again and the future of the bills related to cardiopulmonary rehab is depending on your participation. How does it work? Take a look at the map below and find out what district your program is located in. Email Stacey Greenway ( and let her know what district you represent and that you are willing to be on a Webex [...]
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NCCRA Member Survey – your input is requested

Your NCCRA Membership Committee is writing to let you know about an opportunity to share your insight in a short survey about North Carolina Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Association (NCCRA) member benefits. As a Cardiac and/or Pulmonary staff member, you have earned the chance to participate in this survey being conducted by NCCRA. Your responses will be invaluable for getting staff and programs [...]
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It’s time to act and we need everyone’s involvement in October

It's time to act and we need everyone's involvement! A simple phone call can secure the future of Cardiopulmonary Rehab for your program or other programs in your state. The more calls that a House member receives, the higher the chances that we will have this bill move forward this year. Everyone's input helps. You can use this script to make it easier: Converse With Your U.S. [...]
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