Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM)

Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM)
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Biodex Offers Rehab Technology for Patient-Driven Payment Model Success
 
OverviewProducts and Benefits

Overview

RUG-IV is replaced by the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM)Success in PDPM Starts with Better
Functional Outcomes

Maximize payouts and increase referrals with the right rehab tools
Effective October 1, 2019, RUG-IV is replaced by the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM) as the case-mix classification system for skilled nursing patients. This completely new way of calculating reimbursement moves away from therapy minutes as the basis for payment to a focus on better patient outcomes.

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Investing in the right rehab technology now will provide SNF care groups with tools to help them meet the challenges of the Patient-Driven Payment Model – maximizing payouts and driving marketability:

  • Safer Group/Concurrent Therapy
  • Objective Documentation
  • Standardized Testing & Training
  • Evidence-Based Treatments

 

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Products and Benefits

Learn how the right technology can help you meet PDPM requirements.

Balance System™ SD
Balance System SD Access Standardized Testing & Documentation
New changes to reporting requirements in PDPM have made fast, easy-to-acquire documentation vital to reimbursement. Data reporting capabilities in the Balance System SD arm you with quantifiable data to help set treatment goals, measure progress and even request more inpatient days.
Key Benefits:
  • Objective documentation
  • Standardized testing and training
  • Evidence-based treatments
  • Functional exercise
 
Gait Trainer™ 3 with Music-Assisted Therapy
Biodex Gait Trainer 3 with Music-Assisted Therapy Deliver Evidence-Based Treatments
The Biodex Gait Trainer 3 puts evidence-based techniques at your fingertips by combining audio cueing, visual biofeedback and music-assisted therapy integration to jumpstart neuroplasticity. Objective reporting lets you quantify patient progress for reimbursement.

Key Benefits:

  • Objective documentation
  • Standardized testing and training
  • Evidence-based
    treatments
  • Functional exercise
 
BioStep™ 2 Semi-Recumbent Elliptical
Biodex BioStep 2 Support Functional Movement
With PDPM shifting the therapy focus to functional outcomes in less time, elliptical trainers that support a more natural, functional movement will be invaluable. The BioStep provides natural, zero-impact total body exercise to strengthen the muscles specifically associated with mobility, gait and balance.
Key Benefits:
  • Functional exercise
  • Low impact movement
  • Adaptable to more complex patients
 
NxStep™ Unweighing System
NxStep™ Unweighing System Mobilize Patients Earlier in Recovery
Studies show that early mobilization positively affects patient outcomes, regardless of age and prior mobility level. By helping to safely mobilize patients earlier, the NxStep Unweighing System helps more complex patients work toward functional goals faster.
Key Benefits:
  • Early mobilization
  • Safer group and concurrent therapy
  • Use over treadmill or over ground
  • Functional exercise
 
FreeStep SAS
FreeStep SAS Provide Safer Group & Concurrent Therapy
As PDPM shifts focus from therapy minutes to timely outcomes, group and concurrent therapy will help SNFs do more with less. FreeStep SAS overhead track allows multiple patients at once to work on therapy goals safely with minimal hands-on therapist involvement.
Key Benefits:
  • Early mobilization
  • Safer group and concurrent therapy
  • Use over treadmill or over ground
  • Functional exercise
 
Mobility Assist™
Mobility Assist Safer Mobility from Rehab to Nursing
Supporting both functional biomechanics and early mobilization, Mobility Assist™ is a motorized stand-assist device and walker in one. Versatility and ease of use aids carryover from PT to restorative nursing to ensure the highest level of function for the patient.
Key Benefits:
  • Early mobilization
  • Safer group and concurrent therapy
  • Functional exercise
     
 

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