Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:FIM (Functional Independence Measure), HH (home health), IRF (inpatient rehabilitation facility), LTM (long-term memory), MDS (Minimum Data Set), OASIS (Outcome and Assessment Information Set), PAC (postacute care), SPADE (standardized patient assessment data elements), STM (short-term memory), SNF (skilled nursing facility)
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Supported in part by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Measuring Rehabilitation Outcomes and Effectiveness (grant no. H133B040032; PI: Heinemann; 12/1/2004-11/30/2011). Dr Cogan is supported by a Polytrauma/TBI Advance Fellowship from the Veterans Health Administration Office of Academic Affairs.
Disclosures: Dr Mallinson reports grants from National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research during the conduct of the primary data collection (prior to the conduct of this study), grants from Lewin Group, and grants from Truven Health Analytics outside the submitted work. The other authors have nothing to disclose.