The WeeFIM II® System is the most respected pediatric outcomes management tool in the market. Used by pediatric inpatient, outpatient, and community-based rehab programs, the WeeFIM II® System provides a simple, uniform construct that measures function in children. Because the system is based on the principal underpinnings of the FIM® instrument, subscribers can be confident in the resulting outcome reports and patient profiles that demonstrate each patient's progress and the program's effectiveness.
Pediatric rehab providers use the system to document the function of infants (0–3 years old), children, and adolescents with either acquired or congenital disease. The eighteen-item WeeFIM® instrument can be supplemented by the optional WeeFIM® Instrument: 0–3 Module, a questionnaire that measures precursors to function in children 0–3 years old. The 0–3 module, which is completed by parents via interview or self-report, is useful across many settings, including early intervention and preschool.
Subscribers can easily:
- Track functional improvement and goal attainment for individuals or groups of children
- Compare their outcomes against national benchmarks
- Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of the care they provide
- Predict the burden of care at discharge
- Network with other pediatric rehab providers
- Support Joint Commission and CARF accreditation efforts
A subscription to the WeeFIM II® System includes the following:
- A secure, robust Internet application
- National benchmark reports
- Age-based normative data
- Visually concise patient profiles
- Clinical training materials