“America’s Best Physical Rehabilitation Centers 2021” highlights the nation’s top inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) based on quality of care, quality of service, quality of follow-up care and accommodation & amenities. Facilities in the 25 states with the highest number of inpatient rehabilitation facilities - according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) - were part of this study.
Inpatient physical rehabilitation centers are included, centers which offer outpatient physical rehabilitation services only were excluded. The physical rehabilitation centers were identified according to the definition of Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities (IRFs) by CMS. IRFs are free standing rehabilitation hospitals and rehabilitation units in acute care hospitals. They provide an intensive rehabilitation program and patients who are admitted must be able to tolerate three hours of intense rehabilitation services per day. CMS collects patient assessment data only on Medicare Part A fee-for service patients.
On average, the top 20% of facilities were awarded per state (230 nationwide). This number is based on the number of facilities within the specific state that meet the aforementioned requirements and therefore varies among the individual states. The state of Texas had the most physical rehabilitation centers awarded with 28, while Wisconsin is represented with five physical rehabilitation centers.
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