presented by Jennifer DeRosa
Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.
Jennifer DeRosa, OT/L CAPS
Jennifer DeRosa, OT/L CAPS is the founder of AdaptABLE for LIFE, which originally provided in-home modification assessments and care coordination for older adults, however now focuses primarily on providing professional educational services. Jennifer graduated from University of New England with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy and earned a certificate in Gerontology from Salem…Read full bio
1. Checking the Pulse of Homecare
In this chapter, Jennifer DeRosa discusses perceptions of documentation as being laborious and time consuming, highlighting the role that documentation plays in capturing the value and skill of services provided. Participants will learn the fundamentals of the Triple Aim in healthcare, and will come to understand the current healthcare climate and impetus for change.
2. Meaningful Documentation: Showing Your Value
Chapter two reviews the Medicare expectation of medical necessity, and introduces participants to the utility of the SBAR template for documentation of all patient encounters. Jennifer DeRosa will contrast components of the SBAR to the traditional SOAP note format, highlight the need for documenting skilled interventions and patient response to treatment, and discuss word choice tips that may be beneficial for documenting skilled interventions.
3. Take Home Templates and Tips
Join Jennifer DeRosa as she defines holistic care planning, elaborating on how client driven care can result in meaningful and unique outcomes. DeRosa will instruct in components of holistic outcome measures, describe effective use of “safely” as a meaningful outcome measure, introduce the FAST goals template, and will ultimately provide participants with the tools to conduct a self-reflection rate confidence rating on a scale of 1-10.