September 11, 2015
For Immediate Release
Tel: (202) 380-3663
Academy Publishes New Evidence Note
“Differences in myoelectric and body-powered upper-limb prostheses”
is available on the Academy website
WASHINGTON, DC—The American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists (the Academy) is pleased to announce the release of a new evidence note titled “Differences in myoelectric and body-powered upper-limb prostheses.”
Evidence notes are brief summaries of current evidence regarding specific health technologies. They provide a synopsis of up-to-date synthesized evidence in the form of systematic reviews or evidence reports. Evidence notes do not provide healthcare recommendations but direct clinicians, manufacturers, third-party payers, and other professionals to sources of evidence that support decision making.
The new evidence note has five key points:
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About the Academy
The Academy, founded in 1970, is the professional organization representing certified practitioners, state-licensed practitioners, assistants, technicians, fitters, and others affiliated with the profession of orthotics and prosthetics (O&P). It is dedicated to helping its members provide the highest level of professionalism and service to their patients. To learn more about the Academy, please visit www.oandp.org.
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