IRF, BADL Impairment, Adult
Optimal Safe BADL Performance
Correlate health status to:
new or worsening symptoms
admission, transition of care
orientation to care setting, routine
advance care planning
opioid medication management
pain assessment process
safe medication disposal
tobacco use, smoke exposure
call light use
MDRO (multidrug-resistant organism) care
personal health information
resources for support
Change in rasch derived values of self-care function from admission to discharge among adults receiving inpatient medical rehabilitation and discharged alive. The timeframe for the measure is 12 months. The measure includes the following 8 items: Feeding, Grooming, Dressing Upper Body, Dressing Lower Body, Toileting, Bowel, Expression, and Memory.
Steward: Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation, a division of UB Foundation Activities, Inc. and its successor in interest, UDSMR, LLC.
Care Setting: Inpatient/Hospital, Post-Acute Care
National Quality Forum-endorsed measure.
Last Edited: 10/25/2019
Change in rasch derived values of motor function from admission to discharge among adult inpatient rehabilitation facility patients aged 18 years and older who were discharged alive. The timeframe for the measure is 12 months. The measure includes the following 12 FIM® items: Feeding, Grooming, Dressing Upper Body, Dressing Lower Body, Toileting, Bowel, Expression, Memory, Transfer Bed/Chair/Wheelchair, Transfer Toilet, Locomotion and Stairs.
Steward: Uniform Data System for Medical Rehabilitation
Care Setting: Home Care, Inpatient/Hospital, Post-Acute Care
Last Edited: 07/23/2015
This measure estimates the risk-adjusted mean change in self-care score between admission and discharge for Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility (IRF) Medicare Part A and Medicare Advantage patients.
Steward: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Care Setting: Post-Acute Care
This measure estimates the percentage of IRF patients who meet or exceed an expected discharge self-care score
Clinical Practice Guidelines represent a consistent/standardized approach to the care of patients with specific diagnoses. Care should always be individualized by adding patient specific information to the Plan of Care.
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