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  • Facility rounds two or more times a week to evaluate and follow-up with patients undergoing therapy services
  • Attendance at weekly Medicare meeting
  • Discussion of discharge plans during weekly Medicare meeting
  • Attendance during family meetings as needed to help communicate plan of care
  • Improve therapy outcomes by providing additional oversight of patient progress, reducing pain and motivating patients and their families
  • Extension or reduction to length of stay when necessary based on facility and patient preferences
  • Screenings for assisted living and long term patients who may benefit from Medicare Part B therapy services
  • Support to the primary care team including attending physician, therapy, nursing and administration
  • Provide in-service education for primary care team
  • Visits and communication with local surgeons, hospitals, clinics and social workers to help promote and explain IRC physiatry services and facility rehabilitation program
  • Act as a liaison between Orthopedic surgeons, therapists, nurses and patients
  • Perform joint injections as needed including knees, shoulders, wrist and ankles
  • Perform trigger point injections as needed to help reduce pain and pain medication
  • Diagnose orthopedic, neurologic and musculoskeletal conditions
  • Sign home health and equipment orders for discharges
  • Clinical documentation to help support therapy, RAC Audits and federal surveys

IRC encourages collaboration and the opportunity to create a better patient experience and are available to discuss partnerships with Post Acute Centers

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