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Functional assessment and outcome measures for the rehabilitation health professional

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Published by Pro-ed in Austin, Tx .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • People with disabilities -- Functional assessment.,
  • Outcome assessment (Medical care),
  • Rehabilitation -- standards.,
  • Disability Evaluation.,
  • Outcome Assessment (Health Care) -- standards.,
  • Disability Evaluation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[edited by] Sharon S. Dittmar and Glen E. Gresham ; with a foreword by Carl V. Granger.
    ContributionsDittmar, Sharon S., Gresham, Glen E.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM930.8 .F85 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 233 p. :
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22735523M
    ISBN 100944480381
    OCLC/WorldCa52182561

    With outcomes increasingly becoming the currency of modern healthcare, patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and experience measures (PREMs) are key to demonstrating the success of physiotherapy. Using standardised, validated outcome measures in clinical practice is an explicit requirement of the CSP's Quality Assurance Standards.   The Therapy Outcome Measure (TOM) Third Edition allows professionals from many disciplines working in health, social care and education to describe the relative abilities and difficulties of a patient/client in the four domains of impairment, activity, participation and wellbeing in order to monitor changes over time/5(3).

    Now, more rehabilitation professionals are familiarizing themselves with the use of outcome measures in clinical practice and for research purposes. [ 2, 3 ] Outcomes assessment is primarily designed to establish baselines, to evaluate the effect of an intervention, to assist in goal setting, and to motivate patients to evaluate their treatment. activities in inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, home care, nursing homes and long-term acute care settings. * Occupational therapists are not required by CMS to use a specific functional outcome assessment tool in the selection of a G-code or a modifier, and AOTA is not recommending the use of any one tool or Size: KB.

    An outcome measure is a tool used to assess a patient’s current status[1]. Outcome measures may provide a score, an interpretation of results and at times a risk categorization of the patient. Prior to providing any intervention, an outcome measure provides baseline data. The initial results may help determine the course of treatment intervention. The Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy has appointed a Knowledge Translation Task Force for the Core Outcome Measures CPG in collaboration with the CPG Work Group. The goal of the Task Force is to provide clinicians, administrators, educators, students, and researchers with tools to implement the core measures into practice.


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Functional Assessment and Outcome Measures for the Rehabilitation Health Professional: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: "This text provides a wonderful summary of current issues in functional assessment along with providing many of the actual instruments in a format that simplifies their immediate use in the clinic.

The book would make an excellent resource for any rehabilitation department, a guide for Price: $ Functional assessment and outcome measures for the rehabilitation health professional / [edited by] Sharon S. Dittmar and Glen E. Gresham ; with a foreword by Carl V. Granger. Format Book Published Gaithersburg, Md.: Aspen Publishers, Description xiii, p.:.

Functional assessment and outcome measures for the rehabilitation health professional by Sharon S. Dittmar; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Disability Evaluation, Functional assessment, People with disabilities, Outcome Assessment (Health Care), Rehabilitation, Outcome assessment (Medical care), Standards.

Functional assessment and outcome measures for the rehabilitation health professional. Gaithersburg, Md.: Aspen Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sharon S Dittmar; Glen E Gresham.

Functional assessment and outcome measures for the rehabilitation health professional / Sharon S. Dittmar and Glen E. Gresham; with a foreword by Carl V. Granger. Functional Assessment and Outcome Measures for the Rehabilitation Health Professional.

Practical and unique, this is the only book to cover the instruments used by all rehabilitation disciplines. And better yet, it's the only book to describe and/or display instruments -- more than 40 that are used in general rehabilitation.

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The most studied and validated rehabilitation outcome measure used in Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities is the Functional Independence Measure, abbreviated FIM ®. The FIM ® was developed in by UDSMR to address the limitations of the Barthel Index. and was endorsed by the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Congress of Rehabilitation.

Gray, D. and Burnham, R. "Preliminary outcome analysis of a long-term rehabilitation program for severe acquired brain injury." Arch Phys Med Rehabil 81(11): Find it on PubMed. Gurka, J. A., Felmingham, K. L., et al. "Utility of the functional assessment measure after discharge from inpatient rehabilitation.".

Description. Rehabilitation Outcome Measures is a comprehensive review and comparison of measurement instruments in rehabilitation.

It includes a high-level section on professional practice in physiotherapy and an introduction to the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) International Classification of Health. With the advancement of technology has come the possibility to perform functional assessments in new ways, therefore research is being developed in order to design new functional assessment tools that might provide accurate, valid, reliable and tangible data 6.

Functional assessments are an essential component in rehabilitation medicine assisting with quality assurance, ongoing quality. With over measures and supported by some of the worlds best doctors, clinicians, therapists and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation researchers, the Rehabilitation Measure Database (RMD) is the go-to resource for benchmarks and outcomes.

Assessment Type. Assessment Type. Patient Reported Outcomes. Performance Measure. Area of Assessment. Functional assessment and outcome measures for the rehabilitation health professional. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation.

Type Book Author(s) Dittmar, Sharon S., Granger, Carl V., Gresham, Glen E. Date Publisher Aspen Pub place Gaithersburg, Md ISBN International Classification of Functional Disability and Health.

World Health Organisation, Geneva; Enderby P, John A, Therapy Outcome Measures for Rehabilitation Professionals.

3rd Edition J&R publications. Guildford; Enderby P, Hughes A, John A, Petheram B. Using Benchmarking data for assessing performance in occupational therapy. Assessment in Rehabilitation and Health is the first and only text tailored specifically for students seeking a structured foundation of knowledge of tests and related assessment practices commonly used by health professionals in their various other textbooks commonly used in this area of study often offer a broader and more sweeping look at assessment practices and theories Cited by:   Even using at least a functional measure like the Modified Barthel Index would be a more standardized way of documenting the patient’s functional status.

(non-judgmentally) identify the top 3 reasons s/he does not currently use an objective measure in every assessment and re-assessment (within 2 weeks).

OTR/L June 8, Outcome. Rehabilitation Outcome Measures is a comprehensive review and comparison of measurement instruments in rehabilitation. It includes a high-level section on professional practice in physiotherapy and an introduction to the World Health Organisation's (WHO) International Classification of Health.

For those who wish to learn more about the relevance of reported measurement properties. Instrumental examinations are considered the gold-standard methods of assessment because they objectively assess oropharyngeal swallowing physiology and bolus transit, and predict adverse health outcomes (e.g., pneumonia and malnutrition).

Functional outcomes can also be assessed by patient-reported outcome (PRO) by: Performance Oriented Mobility Assessment (POMA) 17 Berg Balance Scale (BBS) 22 Timed Up and Go (TUG) 29 Timed Walking Tests (6MWT & 2MWT) 34 Gait Speed 37 Function in Sitting Test (FIST) 40 Resources for functional tests & measures 43 Smartphone/Tablet apps with functional tests & measures.

Health status was assessed by means of the Functional Independence Measure (FIM) [29] which has been shown to be a useful outcome measure of functional status in this study population [18].

Health Author: Luigi Tesio.Outcome measures Several outcome measures were collected in both phases of the study. The Barthel Index (11) was used to measure functional outcomes. Additional data were collected from the patients' charts on the length of hospital stay, the presence of other rehabilitation services, the number of rehabilitation.

The book Physical Therapy Documentation: From Examination to Outcome defines a performance-based outcome measurement tool as one in which “the patient is required to perform a set of functional tasks, such as the FIM [Functional Independence Measure],” which assesses the patient’s “ability to 1.

perform self-care skills (e.g., feeding.