pay per visit, how many visits to be full time

  1. At our agency we have to see 28 to be fulltime, regardless if its a SOC, ROC, Recert. I find myself working all the time, even at home doing paperwork...corrections, etc. We have a staff meeting this Wednesday and Im debating on suggesting that an oasis be considered 2 visits to count toward our 28 full time load. Its been mentioned before with no successs at previous meetings. Im not seeing a full 28 right now because Im new, but Im constantly doing SOC's, ROC's, and Recerts. I cant imagine trying to see 28 within all that. How many does your agency consider full time? And do they consider the fact that oasis's take more time? I need input before tomorrow, please. I need suggestions on how to make them see how much more work/time the oasis consumes.
    Thanks for reading and thanks for any advice you can give me.
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    HomeHealth Case Manager; from US
    Specialty: 4.5 years Med/Surg, currently HomeHealth

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  3. by   berube
    6 visits/day, so 30 in a week would be fulltime, we do count soc as 2 visits, roc as one ( i tend to disagree with that one, think it should be 2 also) 1.5 for recert, one of discharge
  4. by   chenoaspirit
    Thanks for your reply. Our meeting is tomorrow and Im gonna bring it up. They just dont realize how much paperwork is involved. I get home and I have all the corrections to complete, 485 reviews and signatures, SOC's to finish, etc. I agree with you that a ROC should also be 2. They are also very time consuming.
  5. by   berube
    one thing i forgot to add: mandatory meeting count as one.(up to 90 minutes)

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