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15 Days To Slow The Spread

The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines For America Listen to and follow the directions of your STATE AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES. IF YOU FEEL SICK, stay home. Do not go to work. Contact your medical provider. IF YOUR CHILDREN ARE SICK, keep them at home. Do not send them to school. Contact your medical provider. IF SOMEONE IN […]

Supporting the Health Care Workforce During the COVID-19 Global Epidemic

Dr. Steve Gnatz, Chief Medical Officer at IRC asked we share this article with everyone because it has useful information and recommendations for protecting health care workers and their families during the COVID-19 global pandemic!  Viewpoint March 12, 2020 James G. Adams, MD1,2; Ron M. Walls, MD3,4 Author Affiliations Article Information JAMA. Publish...

Join us at ISPRM 2020

14th International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM) World Congress and 53rd Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP) Annual Meeting in Orlando Florida Are you attending #ISPRM2020 ? If so, be sure to stop by our booth to find out about exciting career opportunities opening up in Post-Acute Care! ISPRM 2020 will be the premier […]

AMDA Guidance on COVID-19 in PALTC Settings

02/28/2020 The below article is the AMDA Guidance on COVID-19 in PALTC Setting. See the original PDF released at: http://paltc.org/COVID-19-guidance.pdf AMDA is closely monitoring the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) outbreak. The CDC has publicly deemed the health risk of COVID-19 for the general American public to be low at this time. The health, safety and well-being […]

AAPM&R Members: Help Recognize These Amazing Physicians

AAPM&R has 4 awards that AAPM&R Members can nominate their peers for until this Friday, February 28th! We’ve identified a few IRC providers and have attached their bios for you to learn more about them. Please take a few minutes to help your IRC peers get some well-deserved recognition! 1.    The Frank H. Krusen, MD, Lifetime […]

4 personal reasons why some doctors have a lower risk of burnout

Physician burnout is a multifactorial problem that is not easily solved. A systems approach is recommended to reduce #physicianburnout and foster professional well-being, says a report from the National Academy of Medicine. But as system-level solutions continue to be developed, what helps some physicians avoid burnout?

Introducing Physiatry in Skilled Nursing Facilities, a New Community From AAPM&R!

Attention AAPM&R members: We would like to introduce you to one of the newest communities in #AAPMR; Physiatry in Skilled Nursing Facilities! Led by Dr. Azlan Tariq and Dr. Steve Gnatz from Integrated Rehab Consultants, this community was developed for providers currently working or interested in working in the post-acute rehabilitation environment. This type of […]

5 Easy Ways to Bring Healthy Japanese Habits into Your Home

You may know Japan is one of the cleanest places to live, but did you know the Japanese people are also very healthy? They have the second-highest life expectancies compared to any other country in the world (the U.S. is ranked number 43) and an obesity rate of just 3.5% (just one-tenth of the 35% obesity rate […]

#ECAP20

Integrated Rehab Consultants(IRC) is excited to be a Platinum Sponsor at #ECAP20 and make new connections! The eCap Summit is the only transactional event focused on the healthcare mid-market owner and operator. eCap is a unique opportunity to engage in direct discussions with financial institutions and thought-leaders focused on the evolving market shift. Join bankers, […]

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