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- Aug 14, '12 by KateRN1I think I managed to get it sent out to everyone who requested. It's hit and miss how often I make it to AN due to work schedule, kids, and general mood, so feel free to email me with questions. Email address is posted earlier in the thread.
- Aug 28, '12 by paradiseboundRNThis book will help although it hasn't been updated to OASIS C yet.
Handbook of Home Health Standards & Documentation Guidelines for Reimbursement
T. M. Marrelli
Mosby, May 22, 2001 - 680 pages
A standard reference in the home health market, HANDBOOK OF HOME HEALTH STANDARDS & DOCUMENTATION: GUIDELINES FOR REIMBURSEMENT includes everything the home care nurse needs to effectively document care based on accepted professional standards. For each of the more than 60 clinical problems included, this handbook offers detailed standards and documentation guidelines including ICD-9-CM diagnostic codes, service skills, factors justifying homebound status, outcomes and goals, discharge plans, and specific tips for reimbursement.
- Aug 29, '12 by nurseklgActually the OASIS C is in the book. Its out now! I just ordered mine from Barnes and Noble!
- Sep 9, '12 by NRSKarenRNAdmin Alert:
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I've used Marrelli's Handbook of Home Health Standards & Documentation Guidelines for Reimbursement book since first edition published in late 80's. Newest 5th edition is also available on Kindle.