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Effective rehabilitation programs are vital in improving patient outcomes. Tap the button below for information about the functional independence gain achieved by rehabilitation patients. You can filter by health service.
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About the data
About functional independence gain
The Functional Independence Measure (FIM™) is a basic indicator of patient disability.
When a patient first enters rehabilitation, they are assessed on motor skills and cognition and given a FIM™ score. They are assessed again upon discharge.
The functional independence gain (or average gain) is the difference between FIM™ on admission and FIM™ on discharge, divided by the number of days of care.
The statewide target is a FIM™ gain of 0.64.
- Data source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset (VAED). Data extracted 16 October 2020
- Results are lagged by one quarter
- Results for the current financial year are preliminary and will be finalised in November. Results from the previous financial year have been finalised
- * No results are available
- Targets for FY 2020-21 were not approved at the time of reporting for Q1 (July – September 2020) results.