This comprehensive authoritative Document governs many of the forms in the home chart and the actions of the nurses providing care. According to CMS rules the Patient must be evaluated and the Nurses supervised and orders rewritten at least every sixty days. All Therapies and medications listed become Doctors Orders once signed. All other documents i. Keeping the updated and accurate, is the responsibility of all Care Providers utilizing it as a fiduciary document to authorize their professional services. The is edited by the Nursing Supervisor and endorsed by the Doctor every 60 days, but in-between that period the plan is adjusted and tuned to match the Patients dynamic condition.
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As prospective pay systems are created, many sources of home care information are being considered. This study examines items on the HCFA Form for their ability to accurately predict home healthcare costs. The researchers deduced that the current information available on the HCFA Form was not useful in anticipating, planning for, and, ultimately, controlling costs.
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The Usefulness of the HCFA Form 485 in Predicting Home Healthcare Costs