Advanced Competency in OASIS-E Tip Clips
Benjamin Franklin once quipped, “You may delay, but time will not.” And in our hurried race of life, who has time to digest the 400-page OASIS-E Guidance Manual. OASIS-E Tip Clips are designed to teleport  you to the heart of the OASIS ecosystem and provide you concise information on why it matters.  Take a few minutes and discover the quintessential items that drive our industry.  Don’t delay-OASIS-E is on the move.

This content is supplemental to the five module Advanced Competency in OASIS series. You will need to login or create an account to view this free content. (These tip clips do not have CE)


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Membership Benefits

APTA Home Health benefits grow as the needs of our members change: 

  • *NEW* APTA Health Benefits Marketplace
  • Members-only website resources, including access to documents referencing:
    • Home Health General Resources
    • Best Practices in Home Health
    • Documentation, Billing and Claims
    • Providing PT in the Home
    • Regulations
    • Sample Documents 
    • Students in Home Health
  • Discussion circles
  • Discounts on academy-sponsored continuing education, including seminars and audio conferences
  • Quarterly print publication, The Quarterly Report
  • E-news publication, House Call
  • Access to expertise in areas where you have questions or need support
  • Discounts on publications and resources
  • Advocacy with regulatory agencies and organizations for improvements in home health practice
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What Is Home Health?

Home health care is the provision of skilled therapy services in the patient’s place of residence. While the majority of patients are senior citizens, there also are pediatric patients with developmental disabilities and other conditions, and individuals of all ages in between who need rehabilitation because of injury or other causes. Home care may actually be provided in the patient’s residence, the caregiver’s home, a hospital emergency room, skilled nursing facility, residential facility, group home, hospice, or elsewhere in the community.

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