For clinical experts, outcome measurements play a vital role in helping to establish individual rehabilitation goals and measure progress as participants move through their neurological rehabilitation programs. For our payors and families, outcome measurements also help them assess what is working–and sometimes what isn’t–in a plan of care so that adjustments can be made to ensure the best care possible.
As participants move through the phases of their individually tailored programs, we assess and measure physical and functional abilities that affect an individual’s ability to live independently on a day-to-day basis. Our clinical experts establish individual rehabilitation goals and carefully measure progress as participants move through their neurological rehabilitation programs so that outcomes are always specific to each individual participant.
We help people who have experienced injuries regain a productive life and a future full of promise using an individualized service approach that has been effective for more than thirty years thirty.
- Dr. Frank D. Lewis, Director of Clinical Outcomes, NeuroRestorative
Outcomes are always specific to each individual participant. Historical data shows that NeuroRestorative has a proven track record of delivering successful outcomes for participants along each stage of our continuum of care.
We also work to identify trends and set a series of measurements which are crucial to determining the overall effectiveness of our programs and services, including:
The data above includes participants in several states including Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida and Massachusetts, but does not include data from all NeuroRestorative's neurological rehabilitation programs.