- Course Available on demand- material and links provided
May 31, 2021
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
9- hours On-Demand Training series,
The application of OASIS (Outcome and Assessment Information Set) is one of the most complex and confusing challenges for both new and seasoned home health clinicians. As CMS continues to refine its approach to OASIS data collection, having a solid understanding on the basics of OASIS D coding is essential. This program will review the expectations from CMS, how to answer the many OASIS questions and offers practice scenarios to get “hands-on” experience using the OASIS tool for assessments. The training content is based on the OASIS D data set.
Details on Recorded Sessions
- Series equates to nearly NINE hours of recorded training, that’s a fantastic value at about $30 PER CREDIT HOUR for employees or member agencies.
- Time Commitment: Recording 1 (1:50:28); Recording 2 (1:40:53; Recording 3 (1:14:04); Recording 4 (1:24:25)
- Links to recordings are valid for one year. CEU credits can only be earned by staff member registered for full series. Partial credit, or sharing of credits is not allowed.
- Registration is PER PERSON/PER LOG IN and cannot be shared
Program Objectives (At the completion of this session, participants will be able to….):
- Identify the recent changes and history of the data set.
- Review the importance and value of the OASIS D.
- Explain the reason for the use of the OASIS D.
- Describe how the OASIS data set is used
- Describe the major conventions of the OASIS D.
- Explain the implications of coding.
- Discuss the Response-Specific instructions for the OASIS D items.
- Apply knowledge of OASIS Items through engagement in practice coding.
- Identify the primary resources to advance understanding of OASIS items.
Charlotte Steniger, RN, MSN, COS-C., COQ-S, Home Health Consultant
Charlotte Steniger is a Home Health Care Consultant and has over 20 years of professional experience in the home health care industry as a nurse case manager and clinical educator. Ms. Steniger has worked directly with home health care agencies, assessing their compliance with state and federal regulations, and providing recommendations to improve clinical processes. She develops training and education on various topics relating to home health best practices and related regulation.