Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation Ranked Among Best in Nation and No. 1 in the Region :
Recently, Newsweek magazine and Statista Inc., a top global provider of data and rankings, selected Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation as one of the top inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRF) in the United States and first in the area. Rankings are determined by a complicated scoring system that takes into account a center’s standing, reputation, level of service, post-hospitalization follow-up, inpatient accommodations, and amenities.
“This recognition from Newsweek is a testament to the skill, hard work, and compassionate care provided by our dedicated team of professionals”, “Adventist HealthCare is proud to lead the region and the nation in providing high-quality care using specialized equipment that allows us to customize treatment to achieve the desired outcome for every patient, every time and get them back to living their best life.”
Brent Reitz, President, Adventist HealthCare Post-Acute Care Services.
255 inpatient institutions were ranked by Newsweek in 2022 based on the findings of an online survey of more than 4,400 physical rehabilitation specialists. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ definition of Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (IRFs) was used to determine whether physical rehabilitation facilities qualified for inclusion in the rankings (CMS).
Survey respondents had the option to designate a notable programme (amputation, brain injury, cancer, spinal cord injury, or stroke) for the suggested facilities in addition to suggestions based on quality, outcomes, and service. All four of Adventist Rehabilitation’s specialist programmes, including the Amputee, Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, and Stroke programmes, have received certification from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
Reputation contributed 45% of the final score, and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ key performance indicator (KPI) statistics contributed another 45%. A dedication to improvement and research to satisfy the particular requirements of each person served and advance the highest quality of life was also taken into consideration. Based on CARF data and Model System scores from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, the final 10% of the score was calculated (NIDILR).
Reitz commented “This achievement shines a light on Adventist HealthCare Rehabilitation’s commitment to excellence from its entire staff and evidences a return on our investment in bringing advanced rehabilitation treatments to Maryland.”
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