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Care Services > 10 Workbook - Incidental Medical Services (23 docs)

10 Workbook - Incidental Medical Services (23 docs)

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Rules for providing proper care for resident's who use a catheter. Catheter Care
Rules for accepting a resident who requires colostomy care. Colostomy Care
Preventing contractures and general treatment of residents with contractures. Contractures
This document has information on what to look for when accepting a diabetic resident. Many useful links and general information about Diabetic care. RCFE, ALF, ARF, CCF and Community Based Care Homes. Diabetic Care for community based care
Information regarding the request to the licensing agency to grant permission to provide a special service to a resident that doesn't normally fall within basic care guidelines. Exception Requests
A form used by a care facility to request an exception from the state licensing agency for a resident with a special health conditions. General Exception Request (Form)
Chapter II - Coverage of Services of the HCFA's Home Health Agency Manual.  Note: This is the section of the law article that describes the conditions that are required to be met if the resident is to receive Home Health Services at the facility. This is a great free document.

Generally speaking, a patient will be considered to be homebound if he/she has a condition due to an illness or injury that restricts his/her ability to leave his/her place of residence except with the aid of... HCFA's Home Health Agency Manual
Residents can get wounds from falls and other incidents.  If wounds require more than first aid, this information will apply. Healing Wounds and Pressure Sores Restricted Conditions
Table of contents Incidental Medical Service Table of Contents
Medication and injection rules and procedures. Injections
A nebulizer is a medical device connected to a compressed air machine. Nebulizers
Name tag notice. Notice Professional Name Tags
Document regarding the liability and safety issues of having a resident in your facility on oxygen. Oxygen Liability and Safety
Article regarding the training for the safe use of oxygen in your facility. Oxygen Safety Training for Care Givers and Care Facilities
Form to verify the resident's ability to self-administer oxygen, or to verify that oxygen will be administered by an appropriately trained care provider. For community care homes, assisted living facilities and home care. Oxygen Use - Ability Verification for Residents to Self-Administer O2
Oxygen facts and tips. Oxygen Use and Care
General verification sheet for pressure sores or wounds. Pressure Sore or Wound Verification
If a resident has any of the following conditions, he or she will (most likely) be required to be transferred to a higher-level care facility. Prohibited Health Conditions
This two part form is used by a Residential Care Facility for the Elderly or other type of Community Based Care Facility to assess the resident's ability to check their own blood sugar and/or self inject insulin. Resident's Ability to Self-Test Glucose Levels & Self-Administer Insulin Injections
Information for a care facility regarding a resident's ability to test his/her own blood sugar levels and administer injections of insulin.  This article explains the use of the following forms:  Resident's Ability to Test His/Her own Glucose Levels - Blood Sugar and Resident Ability to Self Administer Insulin Injection. Self Administered Injections
Information for providing care for transfer-dependent and bedridden residents. Transfer Dependency and Bedridden
This form is used to designate the responsible person for one on one training of Universal Precautions for care facility managers or persons in charge of training staff and updating policies and procedures. Universal Precautions Training Responsibility - For Facility Manager or Staff Trainer
Cover sheet Workbook - Incidental Medical Services Cover
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