OASIS D1: Module 6 - Functional Assessment: GG ItemsCourse Learning Outcomes
As a result of participating in this learning activity the learner will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of how to accurately connect functionally oriented items as well as gather clinically driven patient assessment information related to self-care and mobility functional ability of the client and appropriately apply it to OASIS items by passing final exam with score of 80% or higher at the end of the on-line learning activity.
This module provides the home care professional with the knowledge of how to connect functionally oriented items as well as the skills to gather the appropriate assessment information related to the self-care and mobility of the client and appropriately apply it to OASIS items specific to self-care and mobility.
This is a self-paced course with knowledge check activities. These non-graded activities allow you to check your understanding of the lesson objectives before proceeding on in the course. At the end of the course, you will be required to take the final exam. You must score 80% or higher to pass the course and complete the evaluation in order to obtain a certificate of completion.
- Connect functionally oriented OASIS M items to GG items
- Analyze the components f the GG0130 Self Care assessment
- Compare and contrast the elements of the GG0170 Mobility assessment
1 Contact Hour: based on 60 minute hour
The estimated time for completion for this activity is 1 hour(s).
This course is designed to meet the continuing education requirements of health care professionals such as Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists and Occupational Therapists.
Cindy Krafft PT, MS, HCS-O, Kathy L. Richie, RN, BSN, Joelle Goldade, RN, BSN, CHPN, COS-C, HCS-D
As required by ANCC, this course will be reviewed and updated or discontinued on or before December 15, 2022.
Provider Approval Number: WICEAP-0149-007
HLC Institution ID:1399
Conflict of Interest: This course was developed in accordance with ANCC criteria regarding Conflict of Interest. No one in control of content of this course has any conflicts of interest.
Commercial Support: This course was developed in accordance with ANCC Commercial Support Guidelines. No commercial support was accepted for the development of this course.
Bias: This course provides a balanced view of therapeutic options and is free of commercial bias for or against any product or commercial entity. Use of generic names is always considered before using trade names. Consequently, if trade names are necessary, when available, trade names from several companies will be used. RCTC and the course planning team do not endorse any products or drugs that may be mentioned in this course.
Cindy Krafft - PT MS HCS-O
Cindy Krafft brings more than 20 years of home health expertise that ranges from direct patient care to operational and management issues. For the past 15 years, Cindy has been a nationally recognized educator in the areas of documentation, regulation, therapy utilization and OASIS. She has served on several CMS driven Technical Expert Panels as well as an expert resource for OASIS Updates. Her focus is on providing the knowledge and tools to operationalize external requirements while keeping the driver of care where it needs to be – the needs of each patient being cared for in the home setting. Cindy has been involved at the senior leadership level for the Home Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association for more than 10 years and is the immediate past President of that organization. She has been working with APTA and CMS to clarify regulatory expectations and address proposed payment methodologies to ensure the long term participation of all services provided in the home health setting. Cindy is an active member of the National Association of Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) and currently serves on multiple committees. She has written 3 books – The How-to Guide to Therapy Documentation, An Interdisciplinary Approach to Home Care and the Handbook to Home Health Therapy Documentation – and co-authored her fourth, The Post-Acute Care Guide to Maintenance Therapy with her business partner Diana Kornetti PT, MA, HCS-D.
Materials used in connection with this course may be subject to copyright protection. Retention of the materials for longer than the class term, unauthorized further dissemination of the materials, or use of copyrighted materials in any way other than intended for this class is prohibited by Copyright and Teach Act laws.
This course was developed with Rochester Community and Technical College's Continuing Education and Workforce Development Division located in Rochester Minnesota. Development was funded from the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System.