HELP: WHATS THE BEST THING TO DO

This patient had an episode dates ranging 1/21/17-3/21/17. The nurse did a Recert visit on 3/19/17 and then was unable to see patient again due to hospitalization on 3/23/17. New Recert episode dates are 3/22/17-5/20/17. So basically since Recert visit was completed a new Recert episode opened and patient was hospitalized before any further visits could be done. What would be the best way to handle this situation:
1. Put hospital hold in new Recert episode for 3/22 and resume patient on 3/24 or
2. Discharge remove Recert and put a DC instead and open new episode for resumption on 3/24?
3. Plot non billable discharge for last date of episode and open new episode for the ROC date?

Is it true you cant make ROC your first billable visit? So option one is out? However CMS does not want us to DC and do SOC, right?

Any link related to this situation from CMS will be appreciated. Thank you

Comments

  • try medical cannabis, Alternative medicine is more accepted nowadays due to its promising results unlike pharmaceutical medicine, alternative medicine doesn’t give a negative effect such as kidney and liver problems when it comes to long term use. As for my alternative medicine usage, I use medical marijuana. The different strain has a variety of uses and effects depending on your needs. Like this marijuana strain https://www.gyo.green/greenhouse-seed-co-diamond-girl-ghs-dmg-f.html. This strain has a very potent effect on chronic pains like back pain and joint pain and a lot more. The benefits of marijuana, specifically the CBD cannabinoid, are undeniable. Let's take a look at all of the ways CBD is helping patients,

    every day.

  • Orchard Manor View
    Is a stunning, new, uniquely luxurious care home, based in Leicester, where our passion lies in making a positive impact upon our residents, our neighbours and our community
    Having received our CQC registration in September and after three years of renovations, Orchard Manor View is ready to welcome residential care, day service users, respite care and long and short stays.

Sign In or Register to comment.