Medicare Charting - page 5
I have a question.... In your LTC facility how often do you document on your Medicare residents? What guidelines do you use? Do you do vitals on them every shift? At the facility I am... Read More
0Dec 16, '10 by NurseLoveJoy88We have a medicare documentation flow sheet where we check off the assessment data. I.E. lungs clear ( check mark). We do vitals q shift and write a short nurses note. Thankfully we only have a few but I agree it is time consuming.
0Dec 29, '10 by king_of_the_hill_fanWhy is charting and VS q shift on medicare a big red flag? We do it at our SNF. Just did it tonight, in fact.
0Aug 13, '12 by arrianeRNyes,we do charting every shift too! i work noc shift and there's only 2 nurse's on the floor.Our census now is 98.I'm pretty scared cause i have to take care of 48 patients, 25 are medicare,plus my weekly summaries. Writing down these patients vital signs and doing medicare charting at the same time takes me forever!
0Aug 15, '12 by zieglarf, LVNVS and charting q shift for ours. It a little worksheet where we can document the VS and check off boxes about pain, bowel/bladder, heart rate, vision, etc... the back side has nurses notes where we chart.