Fact Sheet: Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities – A Unique and Critical Service

Inpatient rehabilitation facilities (IRFs) serve a unique and valuable role within the Medicare program by treating patients who require hospital-level care in conjunction with intensive rehabilitation.

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