According to a recent survey of primary care clinicians whose work includes wound care, access to products that successfully offload the heel for improved pressure ulcer prevention are highly desirable. Ease of use, durability and easy-to-clean designs were among the characteristics survey respondents most preferred.
Thought leaders at outpatient PT clinics on both coasts brainstormed about the trends they see taking shape in the industry throughout 2015. Among those trends are an increasing scarcity of small practices and the rebellion of PTs and patients against utilization management companies.
The Joint Commission has awarded its Gold Seal of Approval to Tucson, Ariz-based Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital, for the facility’s knee, hip, ankle, and shoulder total-joint replacement programs. The facility is the first in the United States to receive the seal for all four programs.
This podcast explains how TotalInsight combines transparent, cloud-based software with a dedicated team of experts to manage A/R follow-up, denial management, and practice metrics with superior results.
Two exclusive new podcasts produced by Rehab Management take a fresh look at the topics of compliance and clinical productivity, and offer valuable information to help clinicians better understand and manage the potential benefits—and potholes—of each area. The podcasts feature compliance expert Nancy Beckley, president of Nancy Beckley & Associates, and Ryan Flanary, PT, vice president of outpatient services and healthforce at Valir Health. Podcasts are sponsored by Clinicient.
Our exclusive Q&A explores the challenges surmounted, perks gained, and revenue management improvements that can be made through billing software.
Proper preparation and a few healthy habits can assure recreational athletes are consistently ready for action.
Creativity, problem-solving, and assessment help forge the foundation for a work conditioning/hardening program.
At a recent Risk Management Society (RIMS) Conference, One Call Care Management reports that it outlined challenges for workers’ compensation stemming from a trend of obesity among workers and key strategies intended to control claims costs and improving outcomes for obese, injured workers.
In a recent study, University of Oxford researchers state that nearly 8% of components used in primary hip replacements in 2011 were implanted without readily identifiable evidence of clinical effectiveness.