INNOVATIONS (ACO’S, BUNDLES, ETC.)
At Synchrony, it is our mission to be the best provider of rehabilitation services in every market. Synchrony Rehab is always at the forefront of new innovations designed to help providers with clinical and operational quality, census development, and regulatory issues. We achieve innovation through new service bundles, products, and partnerships that, combined with our own expertise, accelerate our client’s progress and success. Here are just a few of the innovations currently offered, with more on the way.
For over 25 years, Synchrony Rehabilitation has offered superior rehabilitation services to individuals in long-term care, assisted living and independent living, home health and outpatient settings. We were great at what we did, but we couldn’t help but ask ourselves, “Can we do more?” This led to the development of our full spectrum of Clinical Programming. These services focus on specific diagnoses such as Parkinson’s disease, stroke, pulmonary illnesses, and so many more. And of course, these programs can be customized based on the people we are serving and the tools we have on hand.
It’s important to stay flexible, to keep moving and to meet goals for a healthy lifestyle. Adapting to the unique needs of our clients and their settings is second nature to us. Each one of our therapy programs is delivered by experts, and can be custom-tailored to maximize positive outcomes and customer satisfaction. Whether we’re in a senior care facility, a hospital, or a home, one thing remains constant – our results.
SynchronyFIT is a Wellness Program designed by Synchrony Rehab for our Long-Term, Assisted Living and Independent Living Residents as well as seniors in our community.
Our program promotes physical, emotional and psychosocial health and well-being by focusing on all aspects of healthy living. This means that we not only provide exercise programs for our customers, but we also educate them on topics important to their health such as nutrition, fall prevention, stress management, home safety and more.
The Patient Driven Payment Model has replaced the current reimbursement model, RUGS IV. Under PDPM, Medicare providers are reimbursed for the resources required to provide services for a patient’s condition and level of function. Medicare will no longer reimburse providers for the volume of services provided. Medicare will focus on quality vs. quantity and outcomes will become the priority of PDPM.
The health and well-being of our residents and employees is always first priority. We are taking extra precautions over the coming weeks and months to ensure that our teams remain guarded against the spread of viral infections. We are consistently following recommendations from the CDC, CMS, and/or state officials. Additionally, we are providing our employees, residents, visitors and vendors with ongoing education regarding proper hygiene practices. This includes heightened awareness about the importance of hand-washing, coughing and sneezing etiquette, and the frequent sanitizing of all surfaces.
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