Everyone has a voice at Infinity Rehab. That’s why the company forged a way for clinicians to share their thoughts, ideas, and concerns with leaders. This is called the Practice Council.
The communication bridge between clinicians and leaders
Infinity Rehab clinicians can communicate with a council dedicated to their specific discipline: occupational therapy, physical therapy, or speech-language pathology. The councils serve as a communication bridge between leadership and the field.
They refine best practices, give input on strategies and emerging tools, and ultimately advocate for their discipline.
Advocacy in physical therapy
In honor of Physical Therapy Month, here’s a snapshot of what our Physical Therapy Practice Council is currently working on:
- Gathering literature to guide clinicians in the treatment of various pain-related ailments
- Continuing to provide feedback on group and concurrent treatments under PDPM
- Improving clinical protocols and treatment guidelines for all settings including skilled nursing, home health, and outpatient
- Providing feedback on the new product of the quality team, Infinity Predict
- Increasing awareness of the Practice Council and how to utilize the members through the Insider, Infinity Rehab’s employee newsletter
The Physical Therapy Practice Council is led by physical therapist and Director of Rehab Erin Finke, based in Nebraska, who has been on the council for almost two years. Shortly after joining, she was asked to be the lead.
For Erin, the Practice Council is a way to influence change. “I enjoy thinking creatively and collaborating with brilliant people who are also forward thinking,” she said. “I like being a part of something bigger than Central Nebraska.”
The Physical Therapy Practice Council currently has nine members. Thank you to our PT Practice Council and all members of our Practice Councils for your diligent work in advocating for your fellow clinicians.