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Dear NASL Advocate, Congress is working to address many priorities including tax reform, continuing resolutions, funding for 2018, CHIP reauthorization, and the so-called Medicare “Extenders Package” that will contain the Therapy Cap repeal and related provisions.  The situation is fluid with Congress identifying and negotiating offsets, or other policies to pay for these priorities.  NASL is now hearing that it is possible the Medicare “Extenders Package” may not be taken up by Congress prior to December 31st.  The current exceptions process runs through December 31, 2017.  This could mean that Congressional action on the Therapy Caps does not take place … Continue reading

Infinity Rehab featured as key example in “Strategy for HR in the Mid-Market” research article from Bersin by Deloitte

Infinity Rehab’s comprehensive approach to strengthening leadership capabilities across our organization recently earned recognition in Bersin by Deloitte’s publication on effective strategy for HR in mid-market companies. The 13-page report, available exclusively to Bersin members, reveals key insights about the unique position that relatively smaller companies like Infinity Rehab face in implementing wide-scale organizational change on a limited budget. The article identified three opportunities for mid-market firms to drive HR impact including prioritizing the worker experience, breaking down organizational silos, and embracing size and agility for a competitive advantage. “This is a very exciting honor for Infinity Rehab to be … Continue reading

NASL Advocates Need to Magnify Message to Repeal the Therapy Cap

With 2017 quickly coming to an end, the time to let your voices be heard on the therapy cap is now.  Please urge Congress to revisit this important issue before the exceptions process expires at the end of 2017. Please click here to contact your Members of Congress to voice your support to repeal the cap. For the past 20 years, Congress has maintained a cap on how much outpatient therapy a Medicare beneficiary can receive each year, regardless of medical necessity. Since the policy’s enactment, Congress has stopped this “hard cap” on services by implementing multiple, temporary moratoria and … Continue reading

Infinity Rehab President Re-Elected to NASL Board of Directors

Mike Billings, President of Infinity Rehab, was re-elected to serve on the National Association for the Support of Long Term Care (NASL) board of directors. The NASL Board reflects the diversity of the full membership, which ranges from providers – i.e., rehabilitation companies that collectively employ more than 300,000 individuals, including speech-language pathologists (SLPs), physical therapists (PTs), occupational therapists (OTs), and other provider groups that care for hundreds of thousands of patients – to health information technology developers; suppliers of nursing and therapy products and equipment; and clinical laboratories, portable x-ray and diagnostic testing services that serve the long term and … Continue reading

Data wrangling, care redesign, and how Infinity Rehab is positioned to support customers through massive change — Podcast

Mike Billings sat down with Donna Mueller, Vice President of Network Development for Avamere Health Services, to discuss the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement reform program called Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI), among many other topics that span across the post-acute care environment. Data wrangling, care redesign, and how Infinity Rehab is positioned to support customers through massive change. Listen in: http://www.infinityrehab.com/files/2017/10/BPCI-Employee-Update-Infinity.mp3

Senator Murkowski Visits with Patients, Nurses and Infinity Rehab Therapists

Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski stopped by Prestige Care of Anchorage to speak about the future of healthcare with Infinity therapists Greta, PT and Justine, SLP.

Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) stopped by Prestige Care and Rehabilitation of Anchorage to speak with patients, nurses, therapists and staff about the future of healthcare. “I had the opportunity to visit Prestige Care and Rehabilitation Center of Anchorage, a nursing and care facility dedicated to serving the health and well-being of its residents and patients,” said Murkowski. “During my visit I was able to see the wide range of care they offer, from assisted daily living to assessment and treatment. Visiting with residents about their personal stories and their experiences showed me the level of care Prestige provides. It was … Continue reading

Continuity Counts

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Several years ago, I had the unfortunate opportunity to experience the healthcare system at the side of critically ill family member.  This family member was hospitalized where I had been working as a physical therapist.  It was a large hospital with a Level 1 Trauma Center designation and all the bells and whistles necessary to manage most medical conditions.  I was confident that with my experience at this facility as an employee and over 15 years in healthcare as a Physical Therapist, I would be able to easily assist in navigating the hospital stay and make the necessary decisions to … Continue reading