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Offering 3 days of high-caliber educational content for health policy, the ACRM 94th Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) provides outstanding value for every member of the rehab team.

 

 

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Health Policy Symposia

For specific HEALTH POLICY sessions and more details (including presenters, session descriptions and schedules) see the ACRM APP and the online program.

  • #294024 – Quality Measurement in Inpatient Rehabilitation  POL, MES
    Anne Deutsch, Roberta Constantine, Sara Zuckerbraun, Allen Heinemann
  • #289691 – Exercise and Cardiometabolic Health in Spinal Cord Injured Humans: Time to Raise the Intensity?  SCI, POL, CP
    James Bilzon, Mark Nash, Tom Nightingale
  • #289863 – Using Health Services Research to Define Value of Rehabilitation: Case Examples and Future Directions  POL
    Linda Resnik, Jennifer Stevens-Lapsley, Janet Freburger, Amit Kumar
  • #297366 – Health Services Research Efforts within the ACRM: Parts I, II, & III  MES, POL
    James Graham, Addie Middleton, Risa Nakase-Richardson, Trudy Mallinson, Jason Beneciuk, Pamela Roberts, Natalie Leland, Amol Karmarkar, Amit Kumar, Timothy Reistetter, Tracy Mroz, Ickpyo Hong, Jill Massengale, Clara Dismuke, Brian Downer
  • #297274 – (Re)Design Care and Outcomes for Success in a Value-Based Purchasing Environment  POL, GER
    Lynn Freeman, Donna Diedrich
  • #309871 – Reablement and Restorative Care for Older People with Functional Decline - New Paradigm or Old?  GER, INT, POL
    Christopher J. Poulos, Andrew Cole, Michelle Anthony, Natalie Robson
  • #313417 – Updating Referral Sources on Medicare Wheelchair Requirements  POL, CP
    Cathy Carver, Laura Cohen
  • #295289 – Clinical Integration and Innovation for Persons With Catastrophic Injury/Chronic Disease: Where Should we Head?  CC, INT, POL
    Philip Morse, Pamela Roberts, Deborah Anselm, Christine Howard-Brown, Sarah Morrison, Christine MacDonell, Michael Jones, Amy Morse, Neonila Panko
  • #312525 – WHOs Minimum Technical Standards for Rehabilitation in Sudden-Onset Disasters  POL, INT
    Michel Landry, Jody Mills, Roy Corsico, Ian Norton, Jim Gosney

FOCUS AREA ABBREVIATIONS:  AN: Arts & Neuroscience  //  BI: Brain Injury  //  CAN: Cancer  //  CC: Cross-Cutting  //  CIRM: Complementary Integrative Rehabilitation Medicine  //  CP: Clinical Practice  //  DI: Diagnosis Independent  //  GER: Geriatric Rehabilitation  //  INT: International  //  LR: Limb Restoration  //  MES: Measurement  //  MIL: Military/VA  //  ND: Neurodegenerative Diseases  //  NP: Neuroplasticity  //  PAIN: Pain Rehabilitation  //  PED: Pediatric Rehabilitation  //  PHY: Physicians & Clinicians  //  POL: Health Policy & Legislation  //  SCI: Spinal Cord Injury  //  ST: Stroke  //  TEC: Technology

 Health Policy-Related Paper Sessions

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