Follow 3 Tips To Keep OASIS and Therapy Documentation Consistent

February 2011
Eli's OASIS Alert;Feb2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p30
The article looks at several tips on keeping OASIS and therapy documentation consistent for compliance of the reimbursement policy in the U.S. It stresses that setting impractical time limits for collecting and gathering OASIS assessment data is not advisable because such task requires a collaborative effort with the agency. It also suggests to relate the assessment data with therapy documentation and applying the appropriate targeted collaboration.


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