We believe that actively involving patients in rehabilitation therapy confers benefits to our patients, our staff and our reputation as one of the leading rehabilitation facilities in the Greater Boston area.
We are focused on the day-to-day reality of our patients' rehabilitation experiences, including tracking their feelings of empowerment from learning how to cope with physical deficits and how to develop disease-specific knowledge and coping strategies.
Behind the scenes, our rehabilitation staff tracks the development, intervention activities, and progress analysis of our rehabilitation patients. We believe that patient engagement contributes to effectiveness of treatment, and we understand the importance of capturing patient feedback during the rehabilitation treatment cycle. Sometimes the inights provided to us by our rehabilitation patients helps guide treatment in the direction of "best possible outcome"—a goal we consistently strive for.
We understand that communication with our rehabilitation patients via "word of mouth" is one of the most effective strategies for capturing using information regarding patient progress. We're proud to say that systematic reviews of more than 100 rehabilitation services studies have borne this out: Our health care professionals are educated on patient engagement and are trained to be aware of the criticality of their roles in providing accurate information to patients. While no single approach can be considered best in all cases, capturing feeback from our rehabilitation patients is clearly one important tactic in helping them recover and resume their roles in their communities.