Recovery Facility Care

Recovery Facility Care

Right Care, Right Time, Right Place

Recovery Facility Care includes:

  • Optimal recovery guidelines – Contains a general treatment course with expected clinical status and interventions for each stage of recovery.
  • Clinical indications – Helps you make admission and discharge decisions.
  • Multiple length of stay measures – Provides targets for efficient treatment and care transitions with rapid-transition, goal, and median length of stay measures.
  • Discharge planning – Addresses general and condition-specific discharge planning needs to facilitate the safe transition of patients to the next level of care.
  • Patient education for clinicians – Outlines patient education issues that clinicians may need to address for optimal self-care.
  • Care management tools – Includes Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) Assessment, Psychosocial Assessment, Pain Management, Medication Reconciliation Tool, Teach Back Tool, and others.
 
Qualified healthcare professionals may use our guidelines as a tool to support medical necessity decisions, but they should not use them as the sole basis for denying treatment or payment. Our guidelines must be applied to individual patients on a case-by-case basis and always in the context of a qualified healthcare professional's clinical judgment. 
 
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