May 20, 2014

Five Things Your Rehab Department Should Be Doing – #2 Specializing

Todd Lohr
National Account Executive

Is your rehab department maximizing its potential? This post is the second in a series. It’s based on some items RehabVisions focuses on when we manage therapy departments, but it’s also a conversation starter about some things you could be doing differently. Whether your department is in a hospital, skilled nursing facility or is an …

April 16, 2014

Employees exemplify company values

Debbie Lacey
Vice President Human Resources

CERCIE is the award we’ve created as a company to recognize our employees who exemplify RehabVisions’ company values. It is an acronym that stands for Commitment, Excellence, Respect, Compassion, Integrity and Enthusiasm. We ask employees to submit CERCIE certificates to recognize their peers on a quarterly basis. Katie S., a PT in North Dakota is …

March 28, 2014

Rehab Department Thrives in Boom Town

Jennifer Flanagan, SLP
SNF Operations Manager

Perhaps you have heard about the oil boom going on in North Dakota these days. Williston, North Dakota, in the northwest corner of the state, is more than having its 15 minutes of fame in the media with stories about the influx of population on the town and its effects on traffic, real estate and …

March 11, 2014

Five Things Your Rehab Department Should Be Doing

Todd Lohr
National Account Executive

Is your rehab department maximizing its potential? This post is the first in a series. It’s based on some items RehabVisions focuses on when we manage therapy departments, but it’s also a conversation starter about some things you could be doing differently. Whether your department is in a hospital, skilled nursing facility or is an …

February 17, 2014

Healthcare Reform – A Therapy Perspective

Darrell Metcalf
Senior Vice President and CFO

It is a widely held tenant of planning that as organizations we generally overestimate the amount of change that will occur within the next four years, and we underestimate the amount of change in our business/industry over the next 10. When evaluating significant changes like the Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Healthcare Reform, I try to …

February 7, 2014

PT Aids in Miracle Recovery

Bill Mannewitz, PT
Clinical Operations Manager – Hospital Division

As physical, occupational and speech therapists we see life-changing events almost daily. Dedicated patients push past their perceived limitations under our individualized care. Occasionally, we are blessed to participate in miraculous events. Kilah Dunn, PT had such an experience. Patient Anthony Crump has agreed to let us share a small portion of his story. In …

January 21, 2014

Why Contract Your Therapy?

Todd Lohr
National Account Executive

Here is a cool little video about why a hospital should consider contracting its therapy department. Enjoy!

January 7, 2014

Ol’ Switcheroo Works Out for Two Employees

Tracy Milius, OT
Director of Operations

One of the many benefits of working for RehabVisions is the ability to transfer to other RehabVisions’ contracted locations to better meet your career goals or family needs. I personally experienced this opportunity early in my career when I moved from the SNF setting in the greater Omaha area to a hospital setting in Harlan, …

December 3, 2013

A Community of Compliance

Brenda Kemling, PT
Hospital Compliance Manager

RehabVisions has established our commitment to compliance by not only protecting patients’ rights but also protecting and supporting our employees. It is within our well-established culture of providing quality health care that we have developed a community that places value in compliance. Whether it be adhering to the various Medicare rules and regulations, updating HIPAA …

November 7, 2013

Another Rural Hospital Success Story

Tracy Milius, OT
Director of Operations

Jim McConnell credits his back surgeon and the therapy team at Myrtue Medical Center with saving his life. After a work-related injury, Jim went through six back surgeries over six years, and nothing seemed to work. Jim lives in Council Bluffs, Iowa, a town of 60,000 people that borders Omaha, Nebraska. Finally a doctor recommended …