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1 OASIS-C Clinical Record Issues Contact: Cindy Skogen, RN (OEC) , or for questions. Source: Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Clinical Record Issues1

2 M0080 Discipline of Person Completing Assessment 1-RN 2-PT 3-SLP/ST 4-OT Only one individual completes the comprehensive assessment: - If more than one discipline involved in case Care consultation/coordination is needed But only one actually completes &records assessment Clinical Record Issues2

3 M0080 discipline of Person Completing Assessment (cont.) RN & PT/SLP ordered at initial referral, the RN must complete SOC comprehensive assessment LPNs, PTAs, COTAs, MSWs, & HHAs not authorized to complete comp assessments Last qualified clinician to see patient at DC completes the DC assessment Clinical Record Issues3

4 M0090 Date Assessment Completed (M0090) Date Assessment Completed: _ _/_ _/ _ _ _ _ Month/date/year Actual date the assessment is completed M0090 cannot be before the SOC date If agency policy allows assessments to be completed over more than one visit date – M0090 =the last date-when the final assessment data is collected Clinical Record Issues4

5 M0090 Date Assessment Completed (cont.) Record date data collection completed after learning of event: -Transfer to Inpatient Facility; no agency DC -Transfer to Inpatient Facility: patient DC from agency -Death at home A visit is not necessarily associated with these events Clinical Record Issues5

6 M0100 (M0100) This assessment is Currently Being Completed for the Following Reason: Start/resumption of Care 1-/start of care-further visits planned 3-Resumption of Care (after inpatient stay) Follow up 4-Recertification (follow up) reassessment {Go to M0110} 5-Other follow-up {Go to M0110} Transfer to an Inpatient Facility 6-Transferred to an inpatient facility-pt not DC from agency {Go to M1040} 7-Transferred to an inpatient facility-pt DC from agency {Go to M1040} Discharged from Agency-Not to an Inpatient facility 8-Death at home {Go to M0903} 9-DC from agency {Go to M1040} Clinical Record Issues6

7 M0100 (cont.) Start/resumption of care 1-Start of Care-further visits planned 3-Resumption of care (after inpatient stay) Follow-Up 4-Recertification (follow-up) reassessment [Go to M0110] 5-Other follow-up [Go to M0110] Clinical Record Issues7

8 M0100 (cont.) Transfer to Inpatient Facility 6-Transferred to an inpatient facility-pt not discharged from agency [Go to M1040] 7-Transferred to an inpatient facility-pt d/c from agency [Go to M1040] Discharge from Agency-Not to an Inpatient Facility 8-Death at home [Go to M0903] 9-Discharged from agency [Go to M1040] Clinical Record Issues8

9 M0100 (cont.) Assessment/data collection time points Reason why the assessment data are being collected and reported -reason for assessment (RFA) Data reporting software accepts or rejects certain data based pm the M0100 response -Accuracy critical Clinical Record Issues9

10 RFA 1: Start of Care Must be conducted during a home visit Comprehensive assessment completed when the POC established -Whether or not further visit will be provided after the SOC visit -Appropriate response anytime a HHRG is required Clinical Record Issues10

11 RFA 3: ROC Must be conducted during a home visit Resumption of care (ROC) comprehensive assessment Performed when resuming care of patient -following inpatient stay of 24 hrs. or longer -for reasons other than diagnostic testing Clinical Record Issues11

12 RFA 3: ROC (cont.) If resuming care during last 5 days of the episode following inpatient discharge -Perform ROC not a Recertification (RFA 4) Answer payment questions as if Recert -This assessment establishes payment code for next 60-day episode Clinical Record Issues12

13 RFA 4: Recertification Must be conducted during a home visit Comprehensive assessment during last 5 days of the 60-day cert period -Need to continue services for additional 60-day episode of care If HHA misses recert window -Make a visit as soon as possible -Explain in clinical documentation Clinical Record Issues13

14 RFA 5: Other Follow-up Must be conducted during a home visit Comprehensive assessment due to a major decline or improvement in health status -At any time other than during the last 5 days -HHA should have policy Reevaluation of patients condition -Allowing revision of POC, as appropriate Clinical Record Issues14

15 RFA 6: Transfer; No DC Data collection completed when: -Admitted to inpatient facility bed for 24 hrs or more -For reasons other than diagnostic test Exception that home care will be resumed following discharge from facility Clinical Record Issues15

16 RFA 6: Transfer; No DC (cont.) Short stay observation periods in a hospital do not count as a transfer -regardless of duration Not a comprehensive assessment-does not require a home visit -May gather information via telephone If hospitalization discovered during home visit, need transfer (RFA 6) and ROC Clinical Record Issues16

17 RFA 7: Transfer & DC Data collection completed when: -Admitted to inpatient facility bed for 24 hrs or more -For reasons other than diagnostic test No plan to resume care of patient No additional OASIS DC data required Short stay observation periods in a hospital do not count as a Transfer -Regardless of duration Clinical Record Issues17

18 RFA 7: Transfer & DC (cont.) Also completed when patient dies: -In ER -In inpatient bed before stay of 24 hours (M0906 guidance) Clinical Record Issues18

19 RFA 8: Death at Home Data collection-not assessment Patient dies before being treated in an ER or before being admitted to an inpatient facility Clinical Record Issues19

20 RFA 9: Discharge Comprehensive assessment when patient discharged from agency -For reasons other than death or transfer to inpatient facility -An actual patient interaction, a visit, is required Complete when you transfer and discharge to another HHA or an in-home hospice Clinical Record Issues20

21 Unplanned or Unexpected Discharge If discharge is unplanned, requirement must still be met Discharge assessment must report patient status at an actual visit Assessment data should be based on the last visit conducted by a qualified clinician Clinical Record Issues21

22 M0102 (M0102) Date of Physician-ordered Start of Care (Resumption of Care): If the physician indicated a specific start of care (resumption of care) date when the patient was referred for home health services, record the date specified. _ _/_ _/ _ _ _ _ Month/date/year {Go to M0110, if date entered} NA – No specific SOC date ordered by physician Clinical Record Issues22

23 M0102 (cont.) Date of physician-ordered SOC/ROC -If MD indicated a specific date on referral -If date entered, skip M0104 Date of referral and go to M0110 Episode Timing -Mark NA: If initial orders do not specify a SOC date If the originally ordered SOC is delayed for any reason -Report the date on the updated or revised order Clinical Record Issues23

24 M102 (cont.) Referral from a facility is made on behalf of the physician and is considered for M0102 Date must be specific, not ranges (i.e., 1-2 days following hospitalization) Clinical Record Issues24

25 M0104 (M0104) Date of Referral: Indicate the date that the written or verbal referral for initiation or resumption of care was received by the HHA. _ _/_ _/_ _ _ _ Month/day/year Clinical Record Issues25

26 M0104: Date of Referral Most recent date verbal, written or electronic authorization to begin care was received by HHA If SOC is delayed for any reason, driven by patients condition of MD request -Report the date HHA received updated/revised referral information Does not refer to calls from ALF or family preparing HHA for possible admission Clinical Record Issues26

27 M0110 (M0110) Episode Timing: Is the Medicare home health payment episode fro which this assessment will define a case mix group an early episode of a later episode in the patients current sequence of adjacent Medicare home health payment episodes? 1 -early 2 -later UK -unknown NA -Not applicable: No Medicare case mix group to be defined by this assessment Clinical Record Issues27

28 M0110: Episode Timing PPS payment item -Also used by non-PPS payers using a PPS-like payment model Identifies placement of the current MC payment episode in the patients current sequence of adjacent MC PPS payment episodes Clinical Record Issues28

29 M0110: Episode Timing (cont.) Sequence of adjacent MC PPS payment episodes = a continuous series of MC PPS payment episodes -Regardless of whether the same HHA provided care for the entire series -Low utilization payment adjustment (LUPA) episodes (less than 5 total visits) and Partial Episode Payments (PEP) included -Denied episodes are not included Clinical Record Issues29

30 M0110: Episode Timing (cont.) Adjacent means there was no gap between MC-covered episodes of more than 60 days -care under HMO, MA or private payer = gap days when counting the sequence of MC episodes Clinical Record Issues30

31 M0110: Episode timing (cont.) 1-Early selected if this is: -The only PPS episode in a single episode case Or -The first or second PPS episode in a sequence of adjacent MC home health PPS payment episodes Clinical Record Issues31

32 M0110: Episode Timing (cont.) 2-Later selected if this is: -The third or later PPS episode in a current sequence of adjacent Medicare home health PPS payment episodes UK – Unknown selected if: -The placement of this PPA payment episode in the sequence of adjacent episodes is unknown -For payment, this will have the same effect as selecting the Early response Clinical Record Issues32

33 M0110: Episode Timing (cont.) Enter NA if no Medicare case mix group is to be defined for this episode If you select NA you cannot generate the PPS payment code (HIPPS/HHRG) Some non-MC payers will use this information in setting an episode payment rate Clinical Record Issues33

34 Counting Days Manually An MC payment episode ordinarily comprises 60 days beginning with SOC date, or 60 days beginning with recertification date There can be a gap of up to 60 days between episodes in the same sequence To determine if adjacent count from the last day of one payment episode (Day 0) until the first day of the next If you count 60 or less = adjacent episode Clinical Record Issues34

35 Counting Days Manually (cont.) A sequence of adjacent MC payment episodes continues as long as there is no 60-day gap, even if MC episodes are provided by different home health agencies Episodes with HMOs, Medicaid, or private payers do not count as part of a sequence-they are part of the gap between PPS episodes If the period of service with those payers is 60 days or more, the next MC home health payment episode would begin a new sequence Clinical Record Issues35

36 Questions??? Cindy Skogen, RN; Oasis Education Coordinator Clinical Record Issues36


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