Hha sups

Our surveyor insists we do hha supervisions every two weeks with hha present
We thought its every 60 days any thoughts



  • HHA are every 14 days. Aide does not have to be present. Personal care for Medicaid waiver is every 60 days.

    JoAnn Noel RN, MSN, COS-C, HCS-D
    Director of Regulation

    Valley Health Home Health
    333 W. Cork Street
    Winchester, VA 22601
  • Regs are every 14 days, you can do it earlier than 14 days but never a day over 14 days.

    Lisa Stroud, RN


    Advance Care, LLC

    585 Southlake Blvd.

    Suite B

    Richmond, VA 23236

    Phone: 804 897-9056

    Fax: 804 897-9058
  • edited May 2017
    42 CFR 484.36 - Condition of participation: Home health aide services.
    d)Standard: Supervision.
    (1) If the patient receives skilled nursing care, the registered nurse must perform the supervisory visit required by paragraph (d)(2) of this section. If the patient is not receiving skilled nursing care, but is receiving another skilled service (that is, physical therapy, occupational therapy, or speech-language pathology services), supervision may be provided by the appropriate therapist.
    (2) The registered nurse (or another professional described in paragraph (d)(1) of this section) must make an on-site visit to the patient's home no less frequently than every 2 weeks.
    (3) If home health aide services are provided to a patient who is not receiving skilled nursing care, physical or occupational therapy or speech-language pathology services, the registered nurse must make a supervisory visit to the patient's home no less frequently than every 60 days. In these cases, to ensure that the aide is properly caring for the patient, each supervisory visit must occur while the home health aide is providing patient care.
  • edited May 2017
    Thank you
    Wht abt pts with Medicaid ?

    Rita Krett
  • edited May 2017
    If skilled care is provided and you are Medicare Certified the no less than every 14 days applies

    If you are speaking MediCaid waiver with no skilled care then the frequency is different

    Susan G. Johnsen, RN, MSN, COS-C
    Director, Patient Care. LLUMC Home Health Care
    ph: 909 558 3285

    “Excellence is the Result of Habitual Integrity.”
    Lennie Bennett
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