Our approach is simple and successful: We put people first, always. Professional staff. Patients. Clients.
Assisted Rehab provides responsive, expert care — utilizing innovative techniques in an encouraging environment —
dedicated to returning patients to optimal health. Simply put, we treat people better.
We’re all in the healthcare field because we want to see people be as healthy, fit, and independent as they can be. The last thing any of us want — including Medicare and other third-party payers — is to see patients re-admitted to the hospital for the same condition all over again. That’s why achieving optimum outcomes is not only our goal for patient care, it’s also a key business objective.
Typically, our patients spend more one-on-one time with our therapists than any other staff. That’s why we make sure our staff is trained to recognize patients at high risk for re-admission early in their treatment program. Our therapists are educated about and sensitive to medical issues in their patients, so they can provide valuable clinical observations to your medical team.
Discharge planning is the last step in successful therapeutic treatment. Assisted Rehab makes sure every patient’s discharge plan is appropriately structured and timed for safety and functional success.
An expert and caring staff wholly focused on restoring and improving the quality of life for all our patients — this is the essence of the Assisted Rehab mission. We provide highly skilled in-house physical, occupational, and speech therapy services for skilled nursing, assisted living, and other transitional and residential facilities.
Key Indicator Trends Report
- Length of Stay analysis
- ADL & RUG trend analysis
- Unplanned Discharge report
- Start of therapy, change of therapy, end of therapy, and short stay reporting
- Data entry and claims accuracy reporting
- Principal diagnosis review and verification
- Revenue codes, Part B claims and charges
- Per diem comparisons
- RUG distribution and case management correlation
- Admission/discharge reporting with status code summary
When a hospital refers a patient to your facility, they need to know that the progress they’ve made with that patient will continue, that the treatment program will be appropriate and effective, and that the patient will not soon be re-admitted for the same condition. From initial assessment through discharge planning, Assisted Rehab delivers quality of service hospitals can be confident in, and that protects and enhances the reputation of your facility.
Assisted Rehab reaches out directly to the hospitals in your service area to learn their needs, brief them on our services, and establish an open line of communication. Consistently successful clinical outcomes validate their decision to continue referring to our rehabilitation program at your facility.