Monthly Archives: November 2016

Infinity Rehab Hires Patrick Hennessy as Quality Implementation Specialist

Patrick Hennessy, PT, MPT, NCS, will oversee the further implementation of quality initiatives designed to enhance patient care, measure outcomes data and continue Infinity Rehab’s trajectory as a leader of post-acute therapy services. Beginning in 2013, Infinity Rehab laid the groundwork in preparation of post-acute care transitioning from a volume-based industry to one that rewards positive patient outcomes. Their efforts to redesign the delivery of therapy services began with research into evidence-based measurement of functional outcomes, treatment interventions, and professional development. This initial phase established the foundation for truly patient-centered care and meeting the goals of health care reform, which … Continue reading

What I Learned When I Left Infinity Rehab

I started at Infinity Rehab early in my career. I switched to Infinity because the job was closer to home; I didn’t know anything about the company and assumed that all rehab companies are the same. I had no idea that it would be the best career decision I have ever made. I started in Bellingham, WA and made my way down to McMinnville, OR, transferring within the company. I recently had to move (yes again) as my husband was starting graduate school. There weren’t any openings with Infinity, so I switched companies. There were so many things about Infinity … Continue reading

Our People and Our Vision

It is no secret that we believe the key to our long-term business success at Infinity Rehab is to focus on developing our people. The key to accomplishing that goal, however, is more complicated than simply stating our intent. This is where our vision statement comes in. As Mike introduced in the Insider last month, our newly-developed vision provides the guidelines for our path. Today, I would like to propose to you a set of directions to lead us all down this path together.  Your awareness of the plan and your buy-in to participating are critical in reaching our vision.  … Continue reading

CHANGE VISION

Mission and values are enduring and should not change from year to year. Infinity Rehab’s haven’t changed for over 13 years and we have no intention of doing so in the coming years. No matter what is going on in the environment around you, mission and values should always serve as true north to an organization.  However, vision can, and should, change with the times and environmental circumstances.  Going into 2015, I felt that health care reform was at a point that required us to have a unifying statement, or vision, that would adequately capture the urgency of why Infinity … Continue reading