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Loudoun Nursing And Rehabilitation Center

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Causes: Health, Nursing Facilities, Seniors

Mission: The organization's mission is to deliver physical and rehabilitation medical and related services and skilled and long term nursing dedicated to providing quality care and improving the health of the diverse communities it serves. Lnrc promotes and conducts specific research and educational activities related to the care of the sick and injured. Lnrc delivers services as part of an integrated health system (inova health system) and coordinates its services and activities with the system to meet the healthcare needs of the residents of loudoun county and the neighboring communities.

Programs: Inova loudoun nursing and rehabilitation center (lnrc) is part of the inova health system (under inova loudoun hospital) whose mission is to provide safe, progressive, high quality care to residents in a homelike environment. The facility is a 100-bed not-for-profit long-term care facility designed specifically to meet the needs of the increasing elderly population while promoting the residents' highest practicable physical, mental and psychosocial well-being. Services and activities are coordinated with inova to meet the healthcare needs of the residents of loudoun county, virginia, and the neighboring communities. In 2016, there were a total of 35,201 resident days. Services offered include:skilled care: providing inpatient rehabilitation and intensive medical management following an acute hospitalization. Programs are tailored to help each resident achieve maximum physical, functional and cognitive potential and include stroke, orthopedic, neurological disease and pulmonary rehabilitation. Intermediate care: providing long term nursing care while incorporating activities, spiritual programs and access to many other community resources. Charity care all inova facilities, including lnrc, provide charity care in accordance with inova policies which ensure access to medically necessary care for all individuals. Charity care is defined as free or discounted healthcare services provided to persons who cannot afford to pay. These policies include the following key provisions:1. Emergency care shall be provided to all persons regardless of their ability to pay. 2. Non-emergency medically necessary care, except for certain specialty or referral programs, shall be provided by all hospitals and access facilities to medically indigent patients. "medically necessary care" refers to inpatient and outpatient services defined as medically necessary by the federal medicare program. "medically indigent" is defined as those patients whose income falls at or below 400% of the federal poverty level (fpl). Inova health system utilizes a multifaceted approach to educate and inform patients and the public about inova's charity care policy. Upon admission to any inova hospital or any visit to outpatient facilities or clinics including emergency departments, inova has information posted regarding patient rights and responsibilities. In addition, inova provides information about our charity care program and referrals to inova financial counselors who assist patients in completing inova's charity care application. This financial information is reviewed by the inova patient accounts department with the patient contacted if additional information is required in order to make a determination. The patient is subsequently provided a letter, notifying them as to whether or not they qualify for charity care. Medicaid established under title xix of the social security act, this program provides assistance for the medically indigent, including those who cannot pay for care despite being able to afford other living expenses. Also included under this program are the blind, disabled, pregnant women, very low income parents, children, and the elderly. Participation in governmental programs for those without the ability to pay various government programs provide for the indigent, including medicaid recipients. These programs provide a percentage of reimbursement for qualifying patients; however, payment is typically below the cost of those services. In addition to federal and state programs, the inova subsidiaries, including lnrc, work with various county governments and agencies and provide certain free services to those residents the county identifies as most in need.

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