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Unique Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC in Washington, DC has the fewest short-stay residents who were successfully discharged to the community (17.7%) among all the 18 District of Columbia nursing homes. That 17.7% compares to an average of 50.6% across those 18 nursing homes.

Unique Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC has these related standings among those 18 nursing homes:

  • short-stay residents who were successfully discharged to the community = 17.7% (the fewest)

  • short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission = 19.4% (6th-fewest)

  • short-stay residents who had an outpatient emergency department visit = 5.2% (the fewest)

  • short-stay residents who were rehospitalized or had an outpatient emergency department visit = 24.6% (3rd-fewest)

  • hospitalizations per 1,000 long-stay resident days = 1.25 (4th-most)

  • incentive bonus payments per $1M in claims = $246 (the lowest)

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Peers

trailed Transitions Healthcare Capitol City in Washington, DC (34.3%), Deanwood Rehabilitation and Wellness Center in Washington, DC (38.3%), United Medical Nursing Home in Washington, DC (39.6%), and Serenity Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC in Washington, DC (54.6%), and others, ending with Sibley Mem Hosp Renaissance in Washington, DC (65.9%).

6 out of the other 17 nursing homes were ruled out due to missing, unknown, or not-applicable values for short-stay residents who were successfully discharged to the community, e.g., Bridgepoint Subacute and Rehab National Harbor in Washington, DC.

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  1. short-stay residents who were successfully discharged to the community. Higher values are better. The percent of short-stay residents admitted to the nursing home from a hospital who were discharged to the community with 100 calendar days of the start of the episode, and who remained in the community for 30 consecutive days following discharge to the community. The value is the risk-adjusted value for the quality measure. Refer to Nursing Home Compare Claims-Based Quality Measure Technical Specifications. To qualify for short-stay residents who were successfully discharged to the community, the number of residents in certified beds must be at least 40. Except where noted, all data come from the Mar 29, 2019 update at Nursing Home Compare and all changes-over-time are over two years, comparing to the Mar 2017 update.
  2. in state. Except where noted, all data come from the Mar 29, 2019 update at Nursing Home Compare and all changes-over-time are over two years, comparing to the Mar 2017 update.

Profile

Unique Rehabilitation and Health Center LLC in Washington, DC is owned by a for-profit corporation, in Washington, DC, in zipcode 20001, is Medicaid certified, Medicare certified, got worse on scores over the last two years (3 in total), had a deficiency in how to develop and implement a complete care plan that meets all the resident's needs, with timetables and actions that can be measured, had a deficiency in how to develop the complete care plan within 7 days of the comprehensive assessment; and prepared, reviewed, and revised by a team of health professionals, had a deficiency in how to ensure services provided by the nursing facility meet professional standards of quality, had a deficiency in how to have simulated fire drills held at unexpected times, has a Resident Council, has automatic sprinklers in all required areas, doesn't have payment denials, had a deficiency in both health and fire safety, has a 1-star rating in health inspection, has a 5-star rating in both registered-nurse staffing and quality measures, has a 1- or 2-star rating in both overall and health inspection, and has a 4- or 5-star rating in each of quality measures, staffing, and registered-nurse staffing.

 

     Numeric values:
  • total fines ($110,448)
  • change in total fines over two years (+$110,448)
  • total fines per resident ($498.90)
  • incentive bonus payments per $1M in claims ($246)
  • certified-bed occupancy rate (96.3%)
  • long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine (96.1%)
  • long-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine (95.4%)
  • short-stay residents who were assessed and appropriately given the seasonal influenza vaccine (73.1%)
  • low-risk long-stay residents who lose control of their bowels or bladder (65.5%)
  • short-stay residents assessed and appropriately given the pneumococcal vaccine (50.4%)
  • short-stay residents who were rehospitalized or had an outpatient emergency department visit (24.6%)
  • long-stay residents who received an antipsychotic medication (20.3%)
  • short-stay residents who were rehospitalized after a nursing home admission (19.4%)
  • short-stay residents who were successfully discharged to the community (17.7%)
  • long-stay residents who received an antianxiety or hypnotic medication (15.8%)
  • long-stay residents whose ability to move independently worsened (13.8%)
  • long-stay residents whose need for help with daily activities has increased (12.5%)
  • high-risk long-stay residents with pressure ulcers (9.9%)
  • short-stay residents who had an outpatient emergency department visit (5.2%)
  • short-stay residents who newly received an antipsychotic medication (5.1%)
  • long-stay residents who lose too much weight (4.3%)
  • long-stay residents with a urinary tract infection (3.0%)
  • short-stay residents with pressure ulcers that are new or worsened (2.5%)
  • short-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain (1.2%)
  • long-stay residents with a catheter inserted and left in their bladder (1.0%)
  • long-stay residents who self-report moderate to severe pain (0.6%)
  • long-stay residents experiencing one or more falls with major injury (0.5%)
  • long-stay residents who were physically restrained (0.0%)
  • long-stay residents who have depressive symptoms (0.0%)
  • change in overall rating over two years (-2 stars)
  • change in quality-measures rating over two years (0 stars)
  • change in residents in certified beds over two years (+4.4)
  • change in staffing rating over two years (0 stars)
  • health-inspection rating (1 star)
  • overall rating (2 stars)
  • quality-measures rating (5 stars)
  • registered-nurse staffing rating (5 stars)
  • staffing rating (4 stars)
  • total nurse staffing hours per resident per day (4.11)
  • change in facility-reported incidents or substantiated complaints over two years (-1)
  • change in last-inspection-cycle health-deficiency score over two years (+93)
  • change in last-inspection-cycle total health-inspection score over two years (+93)
  • change in total last-inspection-cycle health deficiencies over two years (-4)
  • change in total weighted health survey score over two years (+82.5)
  • count of administration deficiencies (0)
  • count of automatic sprinkler systems deficiencies (0)
  • count of construction deficiencies (0)
  • count of corridor walls and doors deficiencies (0)
  • count of electrical deficiencies (0)
  • count of emergency plans and fire drills deficiencies (0)
  • count of emergency preparedness deficiencies (0)
  • count of environmental deficiencies (0)
  • count of exit deficiencies (0)
  • count of fire alarm systems deficiencies (0)
  • count of freedom from abuse, neglect, and exploitation deficiencies (0)
  • count of gas, vacuum, and electrical systems deficiencies (0)
  • count of hazardous area deficiencies (0)
  • count of illumination and emergency power deficiencies (0)
  • count of interior deficiencies (0)
  • count of laboratories deficiencies (0)
  • count of medical gases and anesthetizing areas deficiencies (0)
  • count of miscellaneous deficiencies (1)
  • count of nursing and physician services deficiencies (0)
  • count of nutrition and dietary deficiencies (1)
  • count of pharmacy service deficiencies (0)
  • count of quality of life and care deficiencies (2)
  • count of resident assessment and care planning deficiencies (4)
  • count of resident rights deficiencies (1)
  • count of services deficiencies (0)
  • count of smoke deficiencies (0)
  • count of smoking regulations deficiencies (0)
  • facility-reported incidents (2)
  • facility-reported incidents or substantiated complaints (3)
  • facility-reported incidents or substantiated complaints per 100 residents in a certified bed (1.4)
  • fines (1)
  • health deficiencies during the last inspection cycle (14)
  • health deficiencies from complaint surveys during the last inspection cycle (3)
  • health deficiencies from the standard survey during the last inspection cycle (11)
  • health deficiency citations on the most recent health inspection occurring before 11/28/2017 (11)
  • health deficiency citations on the most recent health inspection occurring on or after 11/28/2017 (8)
  • health-deficiency score during the last inspection cycle (201)
  • hospitalizations per 1,000 long-stay resident days (1.25)
  • payment denials (0)
  • substantiated complaints (1)
  • total health-inspection score during the last inspection cycle (201)
  • total number of fire-safety deficiencies (1)
  • total number of health deficiencies (8)
  • total penalties (1)
  • total weighted health survey score during the last 2 inspection cycles (163.8)
  • certified beds (230)
  • change in RN staffing hours per resident per day (+0.4)
  • change in total nurse staffing hours per resident per day (-0.42)
  • LPN staffing hours per resident per day (0.45)
  • Nurse Aide staffing hours per resident per day (2.72)
  • residents in certified beds (221.4)
  • RN staffing hours per resident per day (0.94)
  • years certified for Medicare/Medicaid (21.8)

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