NEW lineup of webinars announced through August 2019! Click here to register.


“Troy’s Talks” Webinar Series
7 quality measures sessions offered, click here for more info.

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CMS releases FY 2019 IRF Final Rule
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Upcoming Events

2018-2019 Educational Webinar Series
Nov. 2018 - Aug. 2019
UDS-PRO® Educational Webinar Series

Webinar Series

“Troy’s Talks” Webinar Series
November 2018 - May 2019
"Troy's Talks" Webinar Series

7 sessions offered.
Webinar Series

Ft. Lauderdale, FL Regional Workshops
February 6-8, 2019
Ft. Lauderdale Regional Workshops

2 workshops offered.
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UDSMR: The industry leader for over 30 years!

UDSMR is the post-acute care provider’s preferred choice for expertise in coding, compliance, functional assessment, and quality measurement!

Mission Statement

To enable healthcare providers and related entities to document the outcomes‚ processes‚ and perceptions of care in uniform ways.


UDSMR is a not–for–profit organization affiliated with the University at Buffalo‚ The State University of New York. Since its inception in 1987‚ UDSMR has provided the most comprehensive rehabilitation data to the industry. Dr. Carl V. Granger‚ Founder of both UDSMR and the Center for Functional Assessment Research‚ is the father of The FIM System®.

  • UDSMR maintains the world’s largest database for medical rehabilitation outcomes.
  • UDSMR is the vendor of choice for approximately 80% of the inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF) industry.
  • Facilities worldwide use UDSMR’s measurement system to document patient functionality throughout medical rehabilitation.
  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) adopted UDSMR’s FIM® instrument for the IRF–PPS.
  • UDSMR® products are widely used for CARF accreditation and meet The Joint Commission’s criteria for inclusion in the accreditation process.
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