Quality Measures at Regional Rehabilitation Center

Our purpose as a provider of rehabilitation is to restore function, quality of life and independence to those with physical impairments.

Admissions: FY19

Stroke: 117
Traumatic Brain Injury: 23
Non-Traumatic Brain Injury: 19
Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury: 2
Non-Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury: 12
Neurological: 33
Fractures: 47
Joint Replacement: 6
Other Ortho: 30
Amputation: 14
Pulmonary: 3
Major Multiple Trauma: 20
Miscellaneous: 30
Guillain Barre: 3
Cardiac: 15
Total: 374

Measuring your progress

Medicare Functional Quality Measures is a set of skills that are assessed for everyone that is a patient in an inpatient rehabilitation center. They include things related to self-care like bathing, dressing, and eating. They also include things related to mobility like moving around in bed, standing up, moving to a chair or commode, walking or using a wheelchair, picking up something from the floor, climbing a curb or a set of stairs. These skills are tested in your first few days and in your last few days to measure your progress.

Coding Scale

06 – Independent
05 – Setup or clean-up assistance
04 – Supervision or touching assistance
03 – Partial/moderate assistance
02 – Substantial/maximal assistance
01 – Dependent

By the Numbers FY19

Patients Treated: 374 
Average Age: 68.9 
Average Length of Stay: 11.4 days 
Average number of therapy hours daily: 3.2 hours 
Discharge Home/ Community: 78%

Patient Experience FY19

Our patients rate us in the top 10% of Rehab Facilities

  • Nurse communication with patient and families
  • Doctor communication with patients and families
  • Preparation for discharge and care at home

Quality Measures

Download the "All Diagnosis" Medicare Functional Quality Measures Report (PDF)