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Dear Members, HHSC has requested provider feedback on Long-Term Care Regulatory Provider Letter PL 19-05 , Retired Home and Community Support Services Provider Letters. Please submit your comments on this letter via email to Chris Welch ...
Morning all, I served as QM manager for several years, led more than 5 successful surveys, and wrote the QA program at the HH agency I served. The way we interpreted the CoP's for LPN supervision was that they had to happen by an RN, but the RN ...
Gosh, remember the phrase "reasonable and necessary"? Every service we provide under the plan of care must be justified. No disrespect intended, but just because a physician orders a service or a hospital discharge planner demands that you take a patient, ...
To be clear, I didn’t say supervision wasn’t required. I said supervisory visits were not required by either state regs or CoPs. It is a good thing to have some flexibility in your policy. Evaluation of care provided at recert time, discussing patient ...
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