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Rehabilitation Services - Loma Linda University Medical Center East Ca

Outcomes for
Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation Services 2006

 

How do you know your patient is making progress?

The measurement system we use at LLUMC rehabilitation is the FIM™ scoring system.

FIM™ stands for functional independence measurement and it is a scoring system that rates 18 activities a patient is asked to do at admission and again at discharge.

The "FIM™" is the total scoring of these 18 activities . The higher the score, the more independent the patient is able to function.

Our goal is for the patient to have a higher FIM™ score upon discharge then they did at admission, indicating that they have been able to make functional progress as a result of inpatient rehabilitation.

We measure the FIM™ scores in each of or programs of stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, general, and adolescents.

Benchmarking

We also use benchmarking which is a comparison of our facility against the national average of other recorded facilities in the national data base.

The number of people who received care in our inpatient rehabilitation program in 2006 is listed by diagnosis below.

Statistics:

Stroke 127
Non Traumatic Brain Injury 63
Traumatic Brain Injury 47
Non Traumatic Brain Injury 50
Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury 46
Amputations 28
Average Length of Stay (LOS) 24.1 days
Overall Patient Satisfaction 3.36 Benchmark 3.35

This next graph represents how many people discharged back into the community from our rehabilitation program this last year versus the national average.

Discharges back into the community by service

graph of outcome statistics

Traumatic Brain Injury FIM Score Changes

graph of FIM Scores for Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury FIM Score Changes

Graph of FIM Score changes for Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

Stroke FIM Score Changes

Graph of Stroke FIM Score Changes

Overall discharges going home, by percentage

Pie graph of adolescent discharges to home

Outcomes for Adolescent Inpatient Rehabilitation 2006

Statistics:

Adolescent age range: 14-20

Diagnosis includes: Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury

Discharges to Home: 90%

Average Length of Stay(LOS) 15.5 days

Overall Patient Satisfaction:3.36 Benchmark 3.35

Overall Adolescent FIM Score Changes

Pediatric FIM Score changes for Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury

Adolescent Discharges Home

Ninety percent or the green area represents those adolsecents that discharged home.

Pie graph of adolescent discharges to home

If you have any quesitons regarding our programs our outcomes please don't hesitate to call us at: 909-558-6116