Pain Care Innovation in Rehabilitation
This session will address the implementation of innovations in pain care in rehabilitation departments at 3 large health systems: Intermountain Healthcare, Cleveland Clinic and Providence health and Services Oregon. The Institute of Medicine published "Relieving Pain in America" in 2011, which called upon health care providers, educators, and administrators to reevaluate pain care in light of clear new evidence about the biopsychosocial nature of pain and the need to change clinical practice to address those needs in our treatment interventions. Additionally, there is a nationwide opiate crisis resulting from overprescribing pain medication. Physicians are now urgently looking for better answers, many of which can be found in an updated rehab approach to pain care. It is incumbent upon us in the rehab profession to be leaders in pain care innovation.
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- Identify possible use of the STarT Back tool for pain care stratification.
- Identify the role of the PAM in prioritizing treatment methodology, including use of motivational interviewing.
- Identify possible partnerships with behavioral health and primary care in a large health system.
- Apply new metrics to identify and treat pain patients.
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