Patient reported outcome measures began as a way to measure change in research studies. Measures are now included in the majority of clinical care. Value is gained from using these measures if the components within the measurement tool are truly relevant to the patient. These measures provide a glimpse into a patient’s perception of her […]
Don’t Lose 30 Potential Patients
Whether you realize it or not, when a patient does not complete a full episode of care, you may be putting your organization at a large financial risk. Do you know why?
How Do You Interact with Your Top Referrals?
Before you begin to reach out to a top referring physician, do you feel a bit anxious? Does it feel more like a cold call? What if there was a way to communicate with your top referrals with information that captivates them? There is a way…. “flip it” so your top referrals want to talk […]
Rehabilitation Services: What Matters the Most?
Does your organization focus on what matters the most?
Risk of Persistent Shoulder Pain
We spend a lot of time performing thorough assessments. Are we missing something really, really important that can help with prognosis?
Will Robots Replace Clinicians?
Are rehabilitation clinicians indispensable? Did you know that researchers in robotic and engineering laboratories are designing robots to perform rehabilitative tasks?
DIY Outcomes or DIFY Outcomes
The Do-It-Yourself method is a struggle. Once the DIY project is “finished” is it truly finished?
Management of Common Knee Injuries in the Emergency Department
I have seen more research from a global perspective focused on physical therapists in the emergency room. This particular study may help the clinicians practicing in this environment.
High Risk Groups for Complication after Joint Replacement
When it comes to predicting, models require far more variables than age and gender to accurately predict.
Models Used for Risk Adjustment
The questions are being asked across the pond. It is now a global concern to better understand the accuracy of predictions.