Autonomic Dysreflexia is a potentially dangerous condition that can occur after a spinal cord injury. Due to its severity, it is important for all care givers to understand the condition. In this article, CPIMS discusses Autonomic Dysreflexia management, symptoms and treatment.
Immediate Needs Assessments are important to ensure every patient receives personalised care before, during and after treatment. At CPIMS, we provide individual care for individual people and the needs assessment process assists us in delivering the most appropriate rehabilitation services that are tailored to the individual’s specific needs. We have compiled a guide which explains the assessment of needs, its purpose and the process of conducting the assessment.
The role of case managers in healthcare is to oversee the case management process from start to finish. At CPIMS, our case managers endorse our philosophy of care; providing individual care to individual people. Healthcare case management is an involved role, with healthcare case managers working tirelessly to provide the best patient service possible, maintaining dignity, maximising quality of life and empowering patients to realise their full potential.
The rehabilitation code 2015 has been put in place to ensure that people who have suffered from life-changing injuries are able to restore quality of life through the appropriate rehabilitation. Here, CPIMS explains what the rehabilitation code 2015 means to us and you.
In this blog, CPIMS explains what an acquired brain injury (ABI) is, how they can be caused, what the symptoms can be and how our case management services can assist in the brain injury recovery process.
CPIMS’ case management process is designed to provide a cost effective and client centred solution for individuals who have experienced a catastrophic injury. In this blog, we explain in detail how a case management referral works in practice.