In a culture that calls for more person-centered and person-directed care, we often have to caution our patients to not call themselves “safe,” before they are discharged out of our care.
Jun 21, 2018
My grandmother decided to have an elective knee replacement — at 89 years of age — followed by a stay for rehab in a skilled nursing facility. Quality matters to her and therefore I wanted to know...
Rehab patients are not always as they appear
Aug 04, 2017
We often see a phenomenon in rehab patients at initial presentation. Many times they are not as they appear.
RCS-I: Where will your rehab patients fall?
Jul 06, 2017
With the shift from volume in RUGs IV to a goal of value and patient characteristics in RCS-I, rehab providers should ask themselves a number of frank questions.
Is your rehab partner wearing blinders?
Jan 19, 2017
Never, ever bet on a horse wearing blinders. Why, you ask? Because, of course, a horse wearing blinders must be irresponsible, uncontrollable and, worst of all, completely unaware of its surroundings....