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rehab at home

  • one father devalles blvd, suite 401
  • fall river, MA 02723
  • Phone: 508-673-5500
  • Medicare Provider #: 227511
  • Medicare Certified: 6/25/2009
  • Ownership Type: Proprietary
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Services Offered

  •   Skilled Nursing
  •   Physical Therapy
  •   Occupational Therapy
  •   Speech Pathology
  •   Medical Social Worker
  •   Home Health Aide

About This Agency:

Rehab-At-Home is a Medicare certified, JCAHO accredited and licensed home health agency active in Massachusetts that provides quality customized rehabilitation and healthcare services for patients in their homes.

Rehab-At-Home specializes in the nursing and rehabilitation care that is so critical to persons wanting to remain at home after an accident, illness or surgery requiring complex recuperation. We make it easy for families to arrange all services - both clinical and non-clinical - that are necessary to bring their loved ones home and receive the care needed.

  • We see patients on day of discharge
  • We can assist with patient referral paperwork
  • We can see patients prior to discharge to help with the referral process
  • We provide home safety evaluations prior to discharge
  • We provide pre-surgery visits to prepare patient for their arrival at home
  • Our case managers are available to confer with patients' families when questions arise

We make the effort to know our patients and their families and their needs: we make it easy for families to arrange all the clinical and non medical services needed to bring their loved one home and receive the necessary care.

Quality of Care Report    Updated 9-12-16

Description of Measure
Agency Score
State Average
For patients with diabetes, how often the home health team got doctor’s orders, gave foot care, and taught patients about foot care
90 %
96 %
 
How often home health patients had to be admitted to the hospital
10 %
17 %
 
How often patients got better at bathing
65 %
70 %
 
How often patients got better at getting in and out of bed
65 %
66 %
 
How often patients got better at taking their drugs correctly by mouth
48 %
59 %
 
How often patients got better at walking or moving around
66 %
68 %
 
How often patients had less pain when moving around
60 %
73 %
 
How often patients receiving home health care needed any urgent, unplanned care in the hospital emergency room - without being admitted to the hospital
17 %
12 %
 
How often patients’ breathing improved
62 %
70 %
 
How often the home health team began their patients’ care in a timely manner
96 %
94 %
 
How often the home health team checked patients for depression
98 %
98 %
 
How often the home health team checked patients for pain
99 %
99 %
 
How often the home health team checked patients for the risk of developing pressure sores (bed sores)
97 %
99 %
 
How often the home health team checked patients’ risk of falling
98 %
99 %
 
How often the home health team included treatments to prevent pressure sores (bed sores) in the plan of care
99 %
99 %
 
How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a flu shot for the current flu season
40 %
70 %
 
How often the home health team made sure that their patients have received a pneumococcal vaccine (pneumonia shot)
55 %
74 %
 
How often the home health team taught patients (or their family caregivers) about their drugs
85 %
97 %
 
How often the home health team took doctor-ordered action to prevent pressure sores (bed sores)
88 %
98 %
 
How often the home health team treated their patients’ pain
95 %
99 %
 

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