So glad to see there are some that take more than 1 hour to complete an SOC/ROC. For an SOC, I am in the home rarely a minimum of 1 hr, usually 2 hours or more. We are on computer, but I do use a cheat sheet, because the flow of information on the computer is not what I am "programmed" to. I do a head to toe assessment, including questions about possible conditions and document any irregularities/pathology on a cheat sheet. At home I complete the documentation on computer and that can take up to 2 hours. We are paid $50/admit; $40/ROC, based on that I guess I make about $18/hr or less and I have been an RN for 27 years, in home health for the last 11 years. I had a manager, who never worked a day in the field, tell me it should never take that long to do an admit. BTW I once oriented with an RN who could do an admit in 30 minutes, she never touched the patient. It was slam, bam, thank you mam, sign here! I guess I'm just not doing it right, if you know what I mean. Home health takes advantage of staff, in a not so good way. I'm 99% retired, work prn on a very limited basis and can't wait to be 100% retired!