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Comstar is a previous ambulance billing vendor used by Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital d/b/a Spaulding Ambulance. Spaulding Ambulance has not used Comstar for any services since 2016. Spaulding Ambulance recently learned that suspicious activity was identified in Comstar’s environment. Spaulding Ambulance received information from Comstar that individuals served by Spaulding Ambulance were involved in Comstar’s incident on July 12, 2022.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital has again been recognized as one the top rehabilitation hospitals in the country, achieving a rank of number three (3) in the 2022 U.S. News & World Report “America’s Best Hospitals” issue.
For the sixth year in a row, Spaulding Rehabilitation Network earned top scores in the Disability Equality Index in recognition of their outstanding disability inclusion efforts.
A new report focused on authorship of rehabilitation-related clinical practice guidelines (CPGs). This report had three important findings: First, that women experts were underrepresented as authors of CPGs; second, that experts from race and ethnicity minority groups were underrepresented; and third, there were gaps in diversity-related content such as pregnancy, menopause, and social determinants of health.
A new study headed by Clas Linnman, Ph.D., details how a “mirror box for the ears” significantly reduces tinnitus handicap and awareness.
A new study examined the rates of cardiovascular, endocrine, neurological and psychiatric comorbidities among patient population with brain injury. This prospective study examined the cardiovascular and endocrine comorbidity risk post using patients without any prior who experienced TBI from 2000-2019.
Investigators report promising results of designing and implementing a multidisciplinary clinical pathway for FND patients in NeuroRehabilitation.
Professional football players may be four times more likely to die from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) compared to the general population, according to the findings of a new study led by researchers from the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School-affiliated Spaulding Rehabilitation and the Boston University CTE Center.
A new study in Neurosurgery examined the incidence of dementia among patient population with brain injury. This retrospective study examined the risk of dementia using orthopedic trauma patients without head injury as control subjects and investigated the impact of age and brain injury severity in about 25,000 patients with traumatic brain injury from 2000 to 2018.