THE CLIENT CONNECTION: A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO QUALITY OUTCOMES

Every month on the third Thursday, Reliant’s Clinical Services offers a webinar to our partners on relevant topics within our industry.
January’s training An Overview of PDPM provided participants with the big picture of PDPM. In the coming months, we will be offering “deep dives” into various components of PDPM.
Join us in February to brush up on the long term care survey process and requirements of participation:Survey Preparedness: Ready, Set, Go! 

Year in Review: Client Connection

Reliant offers education opportunities monthly. Each topic is selected based on your feedback, regulatory changes, and industry trends. 2019’s schedule will be packed with information you don’t want to miss! Below are topics from 2018; let your Regional Director of Operations know if you missed one of these training sessions, and you’d like to know more!

  • Survey Preparedness
  • Therapy Cap Update
  • Discharge Planning: What’s Next?
  • Clinical Appeals Portal Demo
  • CMS Updates: SNF Proposed Rule
  • Fall Prevention: Tips to Make Your “Fall” Numbers Fall
  • 2018 MDS Updates: Section GG
  • Reducing Rehospitalizations Using S.O.S.
  • Partnering for Outcomes Using Reliant’s Model 10 2.0
  • Compliance Department Overview
  • Ringing in the New Year with Resolutions for Regulatory Success

No Patient Left Behind

No Patient Left Behind (NPLB)¬†trains our therapists in interpretation of quality indicator reports and the impact of quality measure reporting to aid in the care of facility residents. This month we’ll look a little closer at the final element: Being an Advocate.

Reliant believes it is our moral imperative to do right by our patients and ensure dignity, quality, and the highest level of independence possible. Each care partner plays a role in the resident’s success and it’s important to remember, you don’t have to go to Washington to be an effective advocate for your patients. Advocacy starts at the facility level and means you’ll be the voice for the resident who can’t speak, the movement for the resident who isn’t independently mobile, or the reliable provider for the resident who needs reassurance.

From admission to discharge, your actions are contagious and by advocating for your patients through simple acts, others will want to be a part of that passion. There is purpose in what you do, never forget that!

No Patient Left Behind

No Patient Left Behind (NPLB) trains our therapists in interpretation of quality indicator reports and the impact of quality measure reporting to aid in the care of facility residents. This month we’ll look a little closer at the third element:¬†Linking Quality and Care.

Reliant believes in equipping our therapists with the knowledge and resources to address quality measures and changes in resident function timely. NPLB describes the quality indicators identified by Medicare as critical to patient care and dives into the distinct role physical, occupational and speech therapy play for each.

National Rehabilitation Awareness Week 2018!

Last week Reliant Rehabilitation therapists celebrated National Rehabilitation Awareness Week. This year’s theme was “Move Better, Feel Better, Live Better.” Therapy departments from around the country submitted photos of their teams and shared stories of patient satisfaction and facility praises.

We are proud to partner with you for outstanding functional outcomes and patient care. Thank you for choosing Reliant Rehabilitation.