What Do Changes to Acute Inpatient Rehab Mean?


What Do Changes to Acute Inpatient Rehab Mean? – bit.ly Medicare changes to Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation facilities has resulted in a reduction in acute rehab beds and facilities, causing many patients to rely on nursing home rehab for brain injury rehabilitation, complex orthopedic rehabilitation, spinal rehabilitation, stroke rehab and various neuro-degenerative rehabilitations such as Parkinson’s. Understanding the distinctions between nursing homes and acute inpatient rehab centers could be important for your vitality and well-being. Nancy Zyrkowski, program director, and Dr. Mario Giorgianni, medical director at El Camino Hospital’s Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Center in Los Gatos, California, talk about how to find the right rehab center for you.


Zoners to Consider Treatment Center at Silk Mill

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The board has scheduled a special hearing next week to consider Atiyeh's proposal to turn the old Bethlehem Silk Mill at 238 W. Goepp St. into a 100-bed inpatient voluntary drug treatment center. The building is currently at least partially occupied by …
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TEXT-S&P raises Select Medical rating to 'B+'

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April 30 – Overview — US-based specialty hospital and outpatient rehabilitation therapy operator Select Medical Corp. has significantly reduced leverage over the past year, exceeding our base case scenario based on increasing EBITDA.
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Danville Regional Medical Center partners with YMCA

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Patients being cared for at the new wellness center will have access to certified and trained staff that will focus on helping patients make a seamless transition from hospital and inpatient rehabilitation services to wellness programs offered at the …
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