not documented? not done! documenting professional rehabilitation nursing care
Contact Hours: Contact hours are no longer offered for this course.
Pricing and Licensure
Single Unit License: $345
Unit, multi-unit and facility pricing/licensure is determined by number of beds. Contact us if your unit has more than 30 beds or if you are interested in multi-unit or facility pricing. For more information on licensure, go to http://www.rehabclassworks.com/licensing.htm.
Rehab Nursing Series Course 4
Focus: Rehabilitation Documentation Requirements
This course is designed to continue the orientation of the new rehab nurse by developing documentation skills to prove that care is provided by a professional rehabilitation nurse, supporting the transition from med-surg-oriented documentation to rehabilitation-nursing-oriented documentation. Experienced rehab nurses will find the course helpful in refining documentation skills.
The course reviews the complexity of documentation requirements for rehabilitation settings and provides a framework for demonstrating the expertise of the professional rehabilitation nurse in daily documentation.
Chapter 1 Overview
While med-surg skills are required of a rehabilitation nurse, the expertise of the professional rehabilitation nurse is proven in the record by evidence of compliance to regulatory, accreditation, and professional organization standards of care.
Chapter 2 CMS Regulations
This chapter focuses on the regulatory requirements for IRF's with an emphasis on documentation requirements. (This chapter is excluded from the Pediatric edition of this course.)
Chapter 3 Rehab Nursing Standards
A brief review of CARF accreditation standards and rehabilitation nursing professional standards are included in this chapter.
Chapter 4 Documenting Professional Rehabilitation Nursing Care
It is not assumed that a patient is automatically receiving professional rehabilitation nursing care because they are under your care. The evidence is in the documentation.
Chapter 5 Posttest
As a result of participating in this activity, the learner will be able to pass the posttest with a score of 80% or better, demonstrating knowledge of:
Contact hours no longer will be provided for this course after October 1, 2019.If you would like to provide contact hours for this course at your site, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the details of the Mergener formula.