QUALITY REHAB MANAGEMENT
your in-house rehab partner
What We Do
We convert facilities that are still using 3rd party rehab vendors to an "in-house" model so operators are in complete control of both their cost and revenue. If you are already in-house, we step in to alleviate the rehab management challenges you may be experiencing. A dedicated QRM regional, or Regional Operations Manager, is thoroughly in the day-to day management of the rehab department both on-site and virtually. We provide all recruiting services, host the rehab software, train on PDPM, and provide ongoing ADR support. We continually assist the therapists with training and resources to ensure quality and positive outcomes are always the focus.
QRM continues to provide PDPM training and data reporting nationwide. Our finance and compliance teams generate monthly PDPM audits and analytics for our customers as part of our service offerings.
Who We Are
Freda Mowad, M.S., CCC-SLP
Chief Executive Officer
Freda Mowad, Speech Language Pathologist, has over 20 years experience as a rehab company president and executive leader
Susan Krall, PT, RAC-CT
Chief Strategy Officer
Susan Krall, Physical Therapist,
has over 30 years of multi-state post-acute care rehab management experience
What People Say
Our vision is to create a company that inspires the restoration of integrity, value and sustainability in long-term care.
OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS
Data IQ specializes in custom business intelligence technology that improves performance for long-term care operators by turning their own raw data into interactive and intuitive reports and dashboards.
SimpleLTC, creates long-term care software for regulatory compliance, reimbursement optimization and quality measurement.
NASL represents the interests of LTC facilities by providing physical, occupational, and speech-language pathology therapies and additional specialized supplies for long term and post-acute care settings.
CORE Analytics applies proprietary algorithms to real-time SNF-specific and accretive peer-group data to produce meaningful & actionable insights.
The American Association of Post-Acute Care Nursing (AAPACN) represents more than 15,000 post-acute care nurses and professionals working in more than 5,175 facilities. Dedicated to supporting PAC healthcare professionals in providing quality care, AAPACN offers members education, certification, resources, and strong collaborative communities.