CareOne Scores High Marks on Rehabilitation Staffing

CareOne Scores High Marks on Rehabilitation Staffing

Based on the most recent Nursing Home Compare ratings published by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, CareOne sub-acute care centers in New Jersey provide 48% more therapy per patient day than the average for all nursing and rehabilitation centers throughout the state and 53% more than the national average. The full nursing home compare ratings and information can be found at on the nursing home compare website.

CareOne has developed a model of care focused on short term recovery of patients following a hospital stay. CareOne has been operating nursing and rehabilitation centers for the past 15 years, and has helped thousands of patients return to their prior living setting following a hospital and rehabilitation stay. Each patient is admitted to CareOne and a tailored rehabilitation care plan is developed under the direction of a physician specializing in rehabilitation medicine.

The company also provides physical therapy services 7 days a week in all 24 care centers located throughout New Jersey through its company managed physical and occupational therapy program.

In 2012, 90% of CareOne patients returned to their prior living situation following a rehabilitation stay with significant improvements in areas such as ambulation, and activities of daily living (i.e. self bathing and self dressing). CareOne monitors its clinical outcomes through a rehabilitation outcomes tracking system known as Casamba from which this data is collected. Patient’s recovering from common conditions such as orthopedic joint replacement, stroke and cardiac surgery benefit from clinical guidelines and protocols developed by CareOne clinicians and aimed at maximizing strength and independence.

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February 28, 2013 | Posted by careone | Filed in Press Releases