Intensive Neurobehavioral and Neurorehabilitation Programs
2017 and 2018 Integrated Outcome Data
The MPAI-4 is the backbone of ReMed’s outcome measurement system because of its focus on function rather than impairment. The MPAI-4 has a total of 29 items assigned to 3 subscales: Abilities (mobility, communication, memory and problem solving), Adjustment (anxiety, depression, anger, pain and awareness), and Participation (individual’s ability to care for themselves, to participate socially, work, manage leisure time, manage money and initiate activities). For each item, it is not if the individual has the impairment, but how much that impairment is impacting their everyday functioning that drives the
ReMed’s philosophy and approach drive clinical outcomes and long-term cost reductions – two things that we believe go hand in hand. For those clients in ReMed’s intensive neurorehabilitation and neurobehavioral programs, the goal is to demonstrate progress, reflected by a decrease in scores (the higher the score, the greater the impairment). A decrease in T-score means improvement which ultimately means cost savings.
In 2017 and 2018, 83 individuals were served in ReMed's Intensive Neurobehavioral and Neurorehabilitation programs.
73% male/27% female.
39 years old = average age at injury
42 years old = average age at admission to ReMed
78% were discharged home
2.7 months = average length of stay
ReMed’s T-scores show that on average, the individuals we serve are complex and high in severity and on discharge show marked improvement. Early, intensive rehabilitation with individualized therapy,greater focus on independence, and building life skills yield a successful outcome and considerable cost savings over the life of the claim.