About Us

OUR STORY
OUR MISSION
DISCLOSURE
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Our Story

Nature, role and purpose of the organization

Rehabsurge, Inc.’s mission is to support health care and education professionals to continue their educational and professional development. Rehabsurge is committed to identifying, promoting, and implementing innovative continuing education activities, which can increase and impart professional knowledge and skills through books, audiobooks or digital e-books based on sound scientific and clinically-derived research. The first Rehabsurge continuing education book was published in July 2009.

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Mission Statement

Rehabsurge, Inc. exists to provide the latest treatment and assessment approaches to the practicing clinician. The basic proposition of our business is simple, solid, and timeless. When we bring the latest knowledge and skill to our clients, then we successfully nurture and protect our brand- Rehabsurge, Inc. That is the key to fulfilling our ultimate obligation to provide consistently attractive books, audiobooks and digital e-books.

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Full Disclosure

To comply with professional boards/associations standards, all planners, authors and reviewers involved in the development of continuing education content are required to disclose their relevant financial relationships. An individual has a relevant financial relationship if he or she has a financial relationship in any amount, occurring in the last 12 months with a commercial interest whose products or services are discussed in their presentation content over which the individual has control. Relevant financial relationships must be disclosed to the audience.

As part of its accreditation with boards/associations, Rehabsurge, Inc. is required to “resolve” any reported conflicts of interest prior to the educational activity.

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LEARNING THE WAY CODING IS DONE FOR MEDICARE RESIDENTS RECEIVING MULTIPLE THERAPIES. ALL WAS BENEFICIAL, I HAVE WORKED WITH REHAB PATIENTS MY WHOLE NURSING CAREER. This new book is by far the best I’ve read. I have suggested this as must read for all supervisors in my company.
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I used this book as a new grad occupational therapist. It has great information on differences between settings, different RUG levels, different practitioners, and ICD codes, but the pictures are totally distracting and have nothing to do with the text of the book. It looks like they just googled "medical pictures" found the ones that were royalty free and then scattered them throughout the pages. I really wish it was just text--I'm guessing the price would go down.
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All I can say is wow. I have read the first edition of this book. But this second edition is well worth itÂ's cause. The information is very easy to follow, it is also updated to reflect the newest rules and regulations. I thought that they will get rid of ICD-9 on this text, but instead they have the ICD-9 side by side with its ICD 10 equivalent (they call this general equivalency). The goals are also updated and it details examples on how to create them. I urge anyone working on a subcute nursing facility to buy this book. It is a must read!!!