Forms for PDN. HELP!!!!

  1. 0 I am just starting out in PDN. I am working on my own (not with an agency) in Wisconsin. Do you have to provide (make up) your own forms to chart on or does the state provide them? Anyone willing to share their forms? I would greatly appreciate any help that anyone can give me.
  2. Visit  kharnack07 profile page

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    Joined May '10; Posts: 8.

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  3. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    When I did private duty the client didn't have any forms, we just did the tasks that were asked of us.
  4. Visit  kharnack07 profile page
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    Didn't you do any documentation?
  5. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    Why? This is a private duty patient. What do they need documentation for? At most, a notebook is kept where you do rudimentary nurses notes of how the shift went, mostly to record when something unusual occurs to track for the family and/or the MD visits.
  6. Visit  kharnack07 profile page
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    Well, I asked my state health board and they don't provide any forms. We are supposed to make our own. In the state of Wisconsin all nurses providing services are supposed to provide documentation. Everyday we are supposed to do an assessment and document what was done. Does anyone have a pediatric assessment form that they are willing to share?
  7. Visit  1sodagirl2 profile page
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    Hi! I am a PDN in WI and I have forms that I have made up. Mine are not on a computer but contact me and I wouldn't mind sharing. The local printer here makes mine and makes them carbon copy (a must need for PDN in WI) unless you do computer charting.
  8. Visit  kharnack07 profile page
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    I would really appreciate that. Are you able to scan it and maybe email it to me? Otherwise, would you like me to send you a stamped, self-addressed envelope so you can mail one to me?
  9. Visit  BillyMae profile page
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    A great resource/support group for private-duty nurses in the state of WI. is PHP (professional homecare providers association)
    http://www.professionalhomecareproviders.com/
    It cost only $50.00 annually to join. You can call or email anytime with questions or concerns. And, they have an annual convention in the Fall, with CPR and vent re-certification classes also available (extra cost) of course. Welcome to PDN !!! I love it and wouldn't do anything else now Good luck !
  10. Visit  1sodagirl2 profile page
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    Sorry it took so long to get back to ya. I am also a member of php and its a great resource. I also use a billing agency, just not the one linked on php. The cost for billing agency is minimal and is definately worth it! I have a couple different forms. Email me an address and I will toss one in the mail. Good luck and let me know if you have any questions!
  11. Visit  kharnack07 profile page
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    What is your email address? What does the billing agency actually do?
  12. Visit  BillyMae profile page
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    Hi there !! I just found out that you can't send a message until you have 15 post's. A billing service submits your hours to the state, so you will be paid.
    I submit hours myself, via the portal, and with direct deposit I get paid
    As far as forms...your best bet is to contact and join the professional homecare providers, that I had previously referred you to. If you plan on staying with PDN in WI. you will want to belong. There is a lot to know when
    you are new to this The link is on my earlier post on this thread.
  13. Visit  neffynurse profile page
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    I am in WI as well and all the other nurses on my case use carbon copy progress notes. At this time I am using a generic non-carbon copy form, however, I guess I will make up a form and send it to Kinkos for carbon copy printing. ANOTHER tax deduction!
  14. Visit  1sodagirl2 profile page
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    Email me at kimso@rmcnet.org and leave your address and I will send a couple forms to you. Email me any questions and I will try to help a fellow cheesehead

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