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  • The Role of the Clinician Under PDPM

    By RehabCare
    The implementation of PDPM has marked a monumental change for skilled nursing facilities, and many questions remain about the impact on therapy and patient care. One of the biggest is around the value of licensed practitioners as highly trained clinicians under the new payment model. Read Full Post
  • RehabCare recently conducted this educational PDPM Webinar for LeadingAge MN membership, with Glenda Mack and Judy Freyermuth co-presenting! Read Full Post
  • Bike4Alz

    By Pam Rak
    Ken Barlow, son of Liz Barlow, Sr. Director of Quality, is biking across America this summer for a very good cause. He and 13 other fraternity brothers from Western Kentucky University are headed 3,600 miles over the course of 10 weeks to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association. Their journey started May 17 in San Francisco and will end on July 20 in Virginia Beach. Read Full Post
  • PDPM: The Clinical and Financial Impacts

    By Mary Van de Kamp, Chief Clinical Officer, Liz Barlow, Senior Director of Clinical Quality, John Dwyer, Senior Director, FP&A
    The Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) pushes payment away from quantity of services and promotes payment based on patient characteristics. We’re continuing our movement away from volume-based payments and more toward value-based purchasing. Read Full Post
  • The RehabCare therapy team is trained to provide services that result in optimal patient outcomes, customer satisfaction and regulatory compliance. In recognizing our vast knowledge base, expertise and experience that we have within our therapists and techs across all lines of business, we’re pleased to announce our New Clinical Coach Program. Read Full Post
  • Video Visits Podcast: RehabCare’s SmartMoves Wellness Program

    By Brittany Austin, National Wellness Director
    Did you know that more than 30% of healthy seniors are not currently active? That’s a problem. Because we all know that staying active is a key to staying healthy, especially as we age. Read Full Post
  • RehabCare Partnerships: AANAC and AADNS

    By Liz Barlow, Senior Director of Clinical Quality
    As clinical leaders, we are proud Diamond Partners with AANAC (American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination) and AADNS (American Association of Directors of Nursing Services). As part of our partnership, we will be providing our client partners with resources on a variety of topics, including PDPM, clinical education and much more! Read Full Post