U.S. Rehab Benchmark Report Released

Published in Complex Rehab on December 22, 2022

U.S. Rehab is constantly looking for ways to provide value to our members, through programs, industry knowledge, lobbying, vendor pricing, and more. This newly-released benchmark report is one of those items.

To help you evaluate your business in 2022, U.S. Rehab conducted a benchmarking survey to see how complex rehab businesses compare to similar organizations across the U.S. This 18-question survey encompassed the structure of your business, how you evaluate your profitability, your product mix, salaries of your staff, and more.  

The results of the survey were compiled and put together in the benchmarking report that was released. This information can help you make informed decisions, but also helps you thoroughly understand your business and how others throughout the U.S. with similar businesses are tracking. This data can help you achieve better results and make informed decisions about your business while potentially giving you some ideas of things you may be able to do differently.  

The full data report is only available to those who filled out the survey. If you did not complete the survey, we have a sampling of the information that you can access here. If you did complete the survey and did not receive the full report, please let us know.

We also wish to encourage everyone to participate in future surveys.  

Please do not hesitate to reach out to U.S. Rehab directly if you have any questions about the benchmark report or anything that U.S. Rehab may be able to help with. 

Click here to access the report


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