SOC rates California

  1. 0 Hello. I have been in home health for some years now. I work as an independent contractor to some agencies and as an on-call "employee" at others. All of these places seem to pay per visit. Is it just my imagination, or have agencies been paying pretty much the same per visit rate for ages?? I was just interested in finding out what other Home Health RN's are getting paid per visit now in California.. Thank you
    Last edit by RNfromSA on Jan 29, '13 : Reason: spelling
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    About RNfromSA

    Joined Jan '13; Posts: 23.

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  4. Visit  CABG patch kid profile page
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    I know a few making $55 per visit; that is per diem, non-benefitted. I'm not sure what benefitted employees make
  5. Visit  tinyRN72 profile page
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    wow --- I only get $35 - per diem...
  6. Visit  We'llSee profile page
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    For SOC, ROC or DC, I get paid $65. For routine visits, I get $45 plus mileage.
  7. Visit  RNfromSA profile page
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    Thanks for all the answers. I still cant believe the SOC rates for you all are so low. SOC's are so time consuming!! Like 4-6 hours with the paperwork...or are your agencies doing something different?
  8. Visit  We'llSee profile page
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    I think the low rates have alot to do with supply and demand.


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