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Handbook of Home Health Standards and Documentation Guidelines for Reimbursement, 3rd Edition e-book

Author:

T. M. Marrelli

Language:

English

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Other

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Medicine & Health Sciences

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1369 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Mosby-Year Book; 3rd edition (October 1, 1997)

ISBN:

081512399X

Handbook of Home Health Standards and Documentation Guidelines for Reimbursement, 3rd Edition e-book

by T. M. Marrelli


Throughout the book there are samples provided to support a variety of situations that help the nurse better understand . I was not disappointed.

Throughout the book there are samples provided to support a variety of situations that help the nurse better understand, and therefore more accurately report, on each sector of the OASIS forms. Medicare regulations are explained in detail, and I learned information that I had not known in the 14 years I have been doing mental health home care nursing. The manual provides a history and background of homecare, its evolution, provides an overview of documentaion, including the importance of coding, and its significance in home care.

Medicine & Health Sciences

Medicine & Health Sciences. by Tina M. Marrelli MSN MA RN (Author). The book opens with a discussion of home health care concept of care including a thorough discussion about Medicare Conditions of Participation which should be followed for Medicare reimbursement but which most third party payors and insurances are following as well.

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Throughout the book there are samples provided to support a variety of situations that help the nurse better understand .

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Handbook of Home Health Standards and Documentation Guidelines for Reimbursement by . It lists the crucial parts of all standards that specific team members must uphold, includes the safety considerations in each clinical guideline, provides resources for care and practice in each clinical guideline and offers communication tips for providing the case manager with the information needed to make effective patient-care decisions.

In each of these guidelines, new and important information regarding the standards for specific team members, safety considerations, resources for care and practice, and tips for communication with insurance case managers are now included. In addition, with the updated HCFA home health agency manual coverage as well as coverage and documentation guidelines, forms may be completed with knowledge of the latest Medicare rules. Best of all, the OASIS-B form, which.

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3rd ed. by T. M. Marrelli. Published 1998 by Mosby in St. Louis. Includes bibliographical references (p. 654-655) and index. Home health standards, Home health standards and documentation guidelines for reimbursement.

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Widely known as "the little red book," this handbook includes everything the home care nurse needs to know to provide quality care and effectively document care based on accepted professional standards. For each of the more than 60 clinical problems included, it offers detailed standards and documentation guidelines including ICD-9 (diagnostic) codes, NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses, service skills (including the skills of the multidisciplinary health care team), factors justifying homebound status, outcomes and goals, discharge plans, and specific tips for reimbursement and quality. In this third edition, all information has been thoroughly reviewed, revised, and updated.
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I have the 4th edition (at this time is the most recent edition in print) and as a psych home care nurse, this little, portable wealth of knowledge has helped me validate to management, as well as to public health and other surveyors, the range in situations that qualify "homebound status" for psychiatric patients. Throughout the book there are samples provided to support a variety of situations that help the nurse better understand, and therefore more accurately report, on each sector of the OASIS forms. Medicare regulations are explained in detail, and I learned information that I had not known in the 14 years I have been doing mental health home care nursing. The manual provides a history and background of homecare, its evolution, provides an overview of documentaion, including the importance of coding, and its significance in home care. Also, valuable tips on improving the nursing visit, setting achievable goals, managing the case, and the guidelines for care for all the home care disciplines, are provided, so the nurse can be knowledgable regarding the roles of the other disciplines. There is a great resource section at the end of the book, and home care definitions, roles, and abbreviations are delineated in this manual as well. All home care codes are listed.

With the often-confusing regulations and data gathering tools out there, at least we on the front lines have this portable manual to help us sort out our assessments and evaluations into the accurate coding and leveling criteria that supports what we do, what we observe, and allows for the appropriate revenue to support the levels of care our patients require. As OASIS data-gathering evolves, newer editions will be needed to keep up with the miriad of changes that will ensue, but at least here is a standard we can all make good use of, and I am willing to bet every nurse, from novice to manager, will find something in this manual that was not known or delineated as well to them in the past.

This manual would also make a wonderful teaching tool for nursing students. They may as well learn early on how intricate the data-gathering tools are in the real working world. Accurate notations on the OASIS forms can either make or break a case, not only regarding reimbursement, but as to whether the levels of care, and variety of disciplines, that you feel are needed, are allowed to provide services to your patient. Hasty and inaccurate translation of evaluations and assessments onto the OASIS forms results in inability to justify to Medicare that the levels of intervention you are requesting are appropriate.
Pemand
Excellent book for home health care!
Ckelond
Love this book
Kinashand
Fast delivery and book was good as new.
Jox
I am considering returning to Home Health Nursing and ordered this book to brush up on the latest charting. I was not disappointed. The book was used but barely noticeable. This seller did not disappoint. It was also shipped fast and packaged well.
The Rollers of Vildar
Book smelled like urine. I had to severely clean and let it sit outside for several days to air out!
Gaeuney
I NEED THIS BOOK TO HELP ME WITH MY HOME CARE PATIENT AND IT WAS AS ADVERTIZED A GREAT BOOK AND HANDED FOR DOING CARE PLANS
awesome book, always has been. Catherine A. RN

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