Lets talk about $$$ - page 5

by russki1313 32,233 Views | 82 Comments

Ok guys, I just want to essentially take a survey of what people are making in Home Health. Basically to show the regional disparities and to make sure everyone is getting a fair and equal paycheck at the end of the day. I... Read More


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    Northern Kentucky area

    $35 routine visit
    $50 SOC
    $50 Recert
    $40 ROC
    $40 hi-tech

    $25/day for on call

    44 cents/mile

    Full benefits
    2 weeks vacay/year with rollover

    35/month phone allowance

    I do about 30-40 visits/wk, 500-1000 miles/week
    (My Poor car!)
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    Been an RN for 2 years ; currently work PRN
    1. Elizabethtown KY ( about 30 min south of Louisville - where I live)
    2. 70.00 soc, 50.00 roc/ recert , hi tech sn visit ( ie wound vacs, any central line care )
    10.00 sup visit , .45 mile , 24.00 hr admin time
    3. I'm PRN so schedule is flexible -- I usually have set schedule of 3 days week and on call (25.00 m- f 50.00 sat, sun)
    4. No benefits
    Not bad at all if I really work it 4 days with call= 800/1000 $ week ; )
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    Chicago
    $75 SOC, $60 Recert/ROC, $50 Regular visit/DC for my part time job with 40 cents per mile and no benefits.
    My full-time salary $73,000 base with $250 a month mileage expenses, $100 a month paid towards my cell and internet bill, $100 on call pay for the weekend plus $50 - $70 per weekend visit made, overproductivity pay for over 25 visits per week, and full medical benefits.
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    San Fancisco, CA
    Lvn work 3 places
    Skill nursing visit first place got pay$25 / SN visit,quit the job.
    Second job got pay better
    $40/SN, third job $47/SN,and fourth job $50/SN
    0.50cent/mi
    no benifit/holiday
    own schedule from Sunday to Saturday.
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    Dayton, Oh

    $35 revisit
    $50 soc/ recert
    $75 soc on weekend
    $125 for one week of on call

    Yearly bonus up to $1000 based on annual review

    Xmas bonus of $3/visits that year c good timeliness and accuracy.

    No mileage but $250 gas card/month if we avg 25 visits/week

    Health insurance, disability, etc.
    401k unmatched

    25 visits worth of vaca p one year

    FLEXIBLE scheduling. I basically choose my own cases and do my own scheduling.
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    South Louisiana; $30/visit; $40/ROC; $50/Admit; $30/Discharge in person; $0/discharge only on paper; $0/Transfer. I am not even sure how mileage is compensated, whatever it is somewhere around $.40/mile. Oh and $0/a whole lot of time on the phone calling physicians, labs, and setting up whatever it is the patient needs and most of this if not all is done outside the patient home, because original calls made during the visit most often require that a voice mail be left that probably will not be returned! Forgot one more: $0/delivery of lab specimens to appropriate or MD required lab.
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    Canton, OH

    Varies: 30 for reg visit, 60 for SOC... .42 cents per mile

    0 benefits

    Flexible scheduling (more time for my kids!)

    Perks-- they supply all of our equipment. I sure would like a cell phone though... (pretty annoying to receive patient calls while eating dinner or out with hubby)
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    Quote from russki1313
    Ok guys, I just want to essentially take a survey of what people are making in Home Health. Basically to show the regional disparities and to make sure everyone is getting a fair and equal paycheck at the end of the day. I don't need specifics such as what company you work for etc... Just the barebones 1. State (city would be nice) 2. Salary 3. Benefits 4. Perks if any So to start off: 1. S. Florida 2. $25/visit and $30/weekend visit 3. None 4. None

    1. Michigan
    2. 57k- no experience/ salaried
    3. Full-med/dental/vision/401k
    4. Employee discounts for various entertainment/vacation/hotels etc...
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    Quote from mullen831
    Canton, OH

    Varies: 30 for reg visit, 60 for SOC... .42 cents per mile

    0 benefits

    Flexible scheduling (more time for my kids!)

    Perks-- they supply all of our equipment. I sure would like a cell phone though... (pretty annoying to receive patient calls while eating dinner or out with hubby)
    If you don't have a company phone why do you give the patient your phone number?
    Curious.
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    State : Miami, FL

    2. SOC-$40, Recerts $35, SN $14 (wound vacs)

    3. Perdiem, no benefits, no mileage reimbursement, nada

    4. Perks- Software for SN notes


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