Are you wondering why your program should be tracking outcomes and how to go about it? This Advocacy document outlines the importance of tracking individual patient and programs outcomes and how LSI’s patient management system can help streamline the process. With a myriad of reports at your fingertips, analyzing the benefits of your program has never been easier! The new Registry 5.0 document, coupled with our TrensCenter Data Elements, will provide all the necessary information to get you started with outcomes data collection. Visit our Education Library to request a copy of this important document.
The 6-minute walk test (6MWT) is a well-known functional capacity assessment used in most cardiopulmonary rehab programs across the country. But are you doing it right? Click here to order “Who Learns More After a 6MWT, You or Your Patient?. You may be surprised. Click here to access the Resource Document.
During the past three weeks, we have called every one of our customers all across the county. We’ve heard a myriad of ways that rehab departments have been dealing with the temporary disruption of care as usual. The feedback we are receiving ranges from temporary department closure to department relocation away from the hospital to maintain regular cardiac and pulmonary rehab sessions and education.Read more »
LSI had a great turnout for the 2020 Cupid’s Cup 5k on February 15! On top of having more than 30 participants who braved the cold temps, we had four team members make the leader board!
LSI has been a sponsor for this terrific event since 2016 and it just gets bigger and better each year. This fundraising event benefits Cardiac Rehabilitation programs at Atrium Health and Carolinas Healthcare System in the Charlotte Area. Proceeds help fund wellness and heart-health education materials, patient access to quality and affordable heart healthcare and rehabilitative services, and community outreach. Go ahead and mark your calendars for 2021! This crew is sure to be there. Will you?
To learn more about this event, you can check out the website here.
The 6-Minute Walk Test is a useful measure of functional capacity targeted at people with at least moderately severe impairment. The test has been widely used for preoperative and postoperative evaluation and for measuring the response to therapeutic interventions for pulmonary and cardiac disease.Read more »
The World Heart Games (WHG) will be held on June 7 – 8, 2019 in Hickory, NC. Lenoir-Rhyne University is this year’s site partner and has offered their beautiful campus to host this event. LSI is proud to be a Corporate Partner for the 2019 WHG. We invite you to sign up your patients and come cheer on your athletes. Remember, you can register as a team or an individual. Space is still available! Click here to register.
Despite near freezing temperatures, the LSI Medical Team had a great turnout for the Cupid’s Cup 5K this year! The Cupid 5K fits right into one of LSI’s core values: investing in the value of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. LSI has been a sponsor for this amazing event since 2016 and it just gets better and better each year. Read more »
Have you seen the new webinar series from the American College of Cardiology (ACC)? The goal of this program is to provide physicians with in depth information about the benefits of cardiac rehabilitation programs. Read more »
Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Professionals will have the opportunity to meet with their state legislators at AACVPR’s Day on the Hill in Washington, DC March 4 – 5, 2019. This annual event provides a platform for healthcare professionals to lobby and advocate for the industry. Previous visits to Capitol Hill focused on Bill HR.1155/S.1361 which would allow non-physician practitioners to fulfill the Medicare requirement of “direct supervision” in cardiac and pulmonary rehab programs. This bill was pass in 2018 as part of the ACCESS Act and will go into effect January 1, 2024. Read more »
The AACVPR Program Certification process can be a daunting task to even the most seasoned clinicians. While there are a myriad of resources available to help you through this process, sometimes all you need is just a quick snapshot of the required components. LSI has you covered. We have put together an overview of the 2019 AACVPR Program Certification. Read more »