Agencies across the nation choose different levels of involvement by therapists for OASIS completion.
Regardless of whether therapists complete the OASIS at start of care, they need to know key points about the data set for collection at other time points, and to better inform agency data accuracy in general. Knowledge of data collection in the context of outcome indicators may also help therapists connect their practice to improvement in the outcomes needed by their agencies.
Increasing familiarity with OASIS accuracy and the connection between therapy practice and home health outcomes can improve the therapist’s role on the interdisciplinary home health team.
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Who should attend? Home health physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists, Clinical managers who supervise or are responsible for home health therapist oversight, Quality managers in home health
- Apryl Swafford
Karen Vance provides clinical and general operations consulting services to home care agencies, and helps home care providers establish and maintain quality management practices and provides assessment, training and consulting.
Karen's experience in home care since 1981 includes direct service provision as an occupational therapy practitioner, then as a clinical and regulatory manager. As a home care agency regulatory manager, Karen was integrally involved in preparation of OASIS...
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