Rehabilitation Management in Acute Care
The role of therapy in acute care is to facilitate patient movement through your hospital, easing patient transition to the next care setting, and working to keep patients from readmitting unnecessarily. We strive to accomplish these goals while also winning physician and nursing confidence in our service delivery.
We take an active role in supporting initiatives, such as the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS), which help our hospital customers maintain market share and avoid losing reimbursement. In today’s healthcare environment, safe, high-quality care is expected from hospitals. The patient’s experience at the hospital may be what differentiates one hospital from another. We educate our therapists about the HCAHPS survey and how they can assist our customers improve their scores.
Key Initiatives for Acute Care
We recognize the important role therapy plays in expediting patient recovery and any post-acute needs upon discharge. Inpatient acute therapy also is important in maintaining excellent physician relationships and reputation in the community. We serve to promote patient mobility and shorten their length of stay with: