Pay per Visit

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    I'm talking with a HH agency about possibly working there. They are going to pay per visit. 32 hrs/week = 16-21 visits per week depending if you have some admissions vs. regular visits. This includes travel time and documentation. OK, that would typically be 4-5 visits per day. Does that seem about right for an nurse working 32 hrs/week? Approx what time of the time should I expect to be done for the day?
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    I start homehealth in a couple weeks and they pay by visit too. Hourly, they dont care how many hours I put in, as long as I see all my patients. I can either do the paperwork in the patients' home or take it home with me. just curious, what is your pay per visit? Mine is 34/visit, 52 if its a start of care, 75 if I go out on an oncall visit. Is that a good pay?
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    I'm still interviewing. I believe it is $60 for a regular visit/$90 for admission. This includes travel tiem & time for documentation.
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    wow! Thats good money. I also get .46 cents per mile, which adds more income. But yours sounds better! I start April 20, and Im so nervous. Ive only done med/surg and Ive been there for 4 years. With homehealth, I have to do 28 visits/week to be considered fulltime. I shadowed a nurse the other day and I also have a friend who works for this same company. Some visits only take 15 minutes (filling pill boxes) and that pays 34.00. We did a Start of Care and it took an hour, it paid $52.00. Either way, to me it is great money compared to what Im doing now. Let us know if you get the job/take the job. Good luck!
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    We get $65 for a revisit, $95 for an admission, plus extra comp for charting-- '' administration time''
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    Quote from GrumpyRN63
    We get $65 for a revisit, $95 for an admission, plus extra comp for charting-- '' administration time''
    WOW!!!! that's excellent pay compared to our per visit rate of regular visit anywhere in the 32-35 range, add $50 to that for admission! what area of the country are you in, was wondering it that makes a difference.
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    Quote from cookie102
    WOW!!!! that's excellent pay compared to our per visit rate of regular visit anywhere in the 32-35 range, add $50 to that for admission! what area of the country are you in, was wondering it that makes a difference.
    I'm in the Northeast, i'm sure there is much regional variation.(from what I see posted here)
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    I'm in the Los Angeles area and am interviewing Monday for my first HH position. I am an OR nurse wanting more patient interaction/flexibility. The agency told me $75.00 new admit, $45.00 pervisit and $55.00 for IV. Does that sound pretty competitive? It is the first agency I have talked to about pay.
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    Sounds decent to me.
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    I am in the Bay area and get 63 per visit. Extra 35 for an admit. If I were you I would talke to another diff agency in LA to compare because that 45 per visit sounds kind of low.


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