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Nov. 24, 2020

Maximizing In-House Rehab Programs

While converting to in-house rehab management will ultimately make for a more interconnected and collaborative facility, this can be a daunting task if undertaken alone.

QRM offers efficient and effective management for in-house rehab complete with a team of experts to ensure a smooth transition from outsourcing to in-house.

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Freda Mowad is the CEO of Quality Rehab Management, QRM, and as a speech and language pathologist who has worked in the rehab industry for 20+ years,  has a lot of experience to bring to the table.

Despite its importance, rehab predominantly stands apart from the rest of a nursing facility and often administrators don’t completely understand its complexities.

 For this reason, facilities often outsource the entire rehab team to third party vendors. It can create an internal rift between the rehab team and the rest of the team.

Freda highly recommends the integration of in-house rehab but warns that attempting it alone has its own risks. 

Administrators don't have the time or expertise required to manage the billing and oversee the productivity of rehab programs. They also typically lack the clinical expertise necessary to ensure therapists are complying with the rules and regulations and keeping up to date with current practices. 

Seeking out an in-house rehab management corporation such as QRM will alleviate these risks and also other challenges the rehab department may encounter,  such as staffing and communication.



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