Just curious, are you frequently required to Admit or Resume care post hospital without medical information? How do you do that? I've been in home health 10+ year and I'm still not sure how this works. We used to get a H&P or D/C Summary that would tell the nurse most of what she needed to set up a plan of care. Now we get nothing or maybe a few diagnoses that someone in the office entered into the system (who knows where they get the information from, because it's not on paper and not available for the clinician to review prior to or during the patient visit.
How can an angioplasty be a diagnosis for hospitalization in the case of a ROC?
Just interested on your thoughts on this. I am 99% retired as an RN and ready to be 100% retired, because I do not have the psychic ability that others have!