Margaret Schmidt Please join RehabCare and McKnight’s Long-Term Care News this afternoon for our webinar on data utilization with Ron Scarff, MSPT, Assistant Vice President of Research for RehabCare . From our presentation, “How Data Components Drive Optimal Rehab Services,” attendees will learn to communicate
Margaret Schmidt Pictured from left to right: Paul Diaz, Chief Executive Officer of Kindred Healthcare, Aaron Scheidies, PT, DPT for RehabCare and Glenda Mack, Divisional Vice President of Clinical Operations for RehabCare.
Were you unable to attend this year’s American Physical Therapy Association (AP
Margaret Schmidt Together with McKnight’s Long-Term Care News, RehabCare is presenting a webinar on November 13: “How Data Components Drive Optimal Rehab Services.” Ron Scharff, MSPT, Assistant Vice President of Research for RehabCare, will explain why utilizing core data components is vital for optimal operatio
Mary Moretti You have surely noticed in your professional practice that we are seeing more and more people developing and being diagnosed with chronic conditions and illnesses. The incidence of chronic diseases and the related disabilities is expected to rise, especially as the “Baby Boomers” (more than 37 milli
Margaret Schmidt Happy Physical Therapy Month from RehabCare! Every October, we celebrate our physical therapists and their achievements.
It’s easy for us to get excited about physical therapy – we know it is one of the most fulfilling occupations in a field that is constantly hiring. We also see every day how
Margaret Schmidt Don’t forget that you can register today to attend Modern Healthcare’s Virtual Conference & Expo: “Building Tomorrow’s Delivery Model: Providers and Payers as Partners.” RehabCare is a platinum sponsor, and participants will have the opportunity to speak with us one on one at our booth betwe
Margaret Schmidt RehabCare has partnered with Modern Healthcare and is a platinum sponsor for their upcoming Virtual Conference & Expo: “Building Tomorrow’s Delivery Model: Providers and Payers as Partners.” We understand the importance of staying abreast of industry changes and look forward to being a part
Margaret Schmidt In a national effort to reduce billing errors from skilled nursing facilities, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has drawn up individual claims reports for facilities and implemented a program known as “PEPPER” (Program for Evaluating Payment Patterns Electronic Report). Each PEPPER
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