Essential Readings in Rehabilitation Outcomes Measurement: Application, Methodology, and Technology / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Outcomes measurement is required in rehabilitation in order to allocate resources effectively and demonstrate the provision of quality care. This book will provide a comprehensive overview of the latest methodology and applications in outcomes measurement in one convenient reference. It book draws exclusively from three Aspen Journals: The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, and the Journal of Rehabilitation Outcomes Measurement. The book is divided into eight parts, beginning with the current state of rehabilitation outcomes measurement, and then addressing patient satisfaction, orthopedic outcomes, outcomes involving insult to the central nervous system, speech/language outcomes, and cardiopulmonary outcomes. The final two sections discuss technology in outcomes measurement and provide a collection of actual outcome measures used in practice.
|Publisher:||Wolters Kluwer Law & Business|
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Table of ContentsContents: THE STATE OF REHABILITATION OUTCOMES MEASUREMENT * The Methodology of Outcomes Measurement * Risk Adjustment in Rehabilitation * A Framework for Organizing Health-Related Quality of Life Research * Outpatient Rehabilitation Outcomes: The Cost-Effectiveness Challenge * Evaluating National Outcomes Data Systems: Which One Meets My Needs? * Outcomes Management: A New Paradigm for Leadership * Outcomes Research for Rehabilitation: Issues and Solutions * Outcome-Oriented Rehabilitation: A Response to Managed Care * The Influence of Outcome Studies on Rehabilitation Policy * Values and Outcomes: The Ethical Implications of Multiple Meanings * Linking Treatment to Outcomes through Teams: Building a Conceptual Model of Rehabilitation Effectiveness * PATIENT SATISFACTION * Measuring Patient Satisfaction in an Outpatient Orthopedic Setting, Part 1: Key Drivers and Results * Measuring Patient Satisfaction in an Outpatient Orthopedic Setting, Part 2: Utilizing Data To Improve Quality and Market Services * Validation of a Measure of Family Members’ Perceptions of Service Quality in Nursing Homes * Measuring Patient Satisfaction with Medical Rehabilitation * Understanding and Assessing Consumer Satisfaction in Rehabilitation * ORTHOPEDIC REHABILITATION OUTCOMES * The Reliability and Validity of the Orthopedic Rehabilitation Outcome Scale * The Focus On Therapeutic Outcomes (FOTO) Outpatient Orthopedic Rehabilitation Database: Results of 1994-1996 * Physical Therapy Treatment of Low Back Pain: A Report of Outcomes According to Three Types of Patient Classification * The Effect of Timely Onset of Rehabilitation on Outcomes inOutpatient Orthopedic Practice: A Preliminary Report * Hip Fracture and Subacute Service Utilization of Medicare Beneficiaries: Trends and Patterns * STROKE, BRAIN, SPINAL CORD AND HEAD INJURY REHABILITATION OUTCOMES * Outcomes Measures and a Program Evaluation Model for Postacute Brain Injury Rehabilitation * A Seven-to Fourteen-Year Follow-Up Study of Adults with Very Severe Intellectual Impairment Following a Neurological Insult * A Protocol for Multidisciplinary Assessment of the Outcome of Traumatic Brain Injury in Adults after Two Years or More * Long-Term Outcome Follow-Up of Postacute Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation: An Assessment of Functional and Behavioral Measures of Daily Living * Justification of Postacute Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Using Net Present Value Techniques: A Case Study * Longitudinal Assessment of Stroke Survivor’ s Handicap * Stroke Transition after Inpatient Rehabilitation * Outcomes Management through a Spinal Treatment Evaluation Process * SPEECH LANGUAGE OUTCOMES * The Development of a Functional Outcomes System: A First Look at Speech-Language Pathology Outcome Data * CARDIAC REHABILITATION OUTCOMES * Outcomes Measurement in Cardiopulmonary Disease and Rehabilitation: A Minnesota Approach * TECHNOLOGY IN REHABILITATION OUTCOMES MEASUREMENT * Information Technology for Medical Rehabilitation, Part 1: An Overview * Information Technology for Medical Rehabilitation, Part 2: Requirements * REHABILITATION OUTCOME MEASURES * The Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory (PEDI) * The Functional Independence Measure (FIMSM Instrument) * The Functional Assessment Measure (FAM) * The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Functional Assessment Scale * Child Health Questionnaire