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Multiple rule-sets guide therapy documentation in the SNF. Medicare rules and State Practice Act rules may contradict each other. When this happens, which rule set is the priority to be followed?CorrectIncorrect
Why is therapy documentation important?CorrectIncorrect
The documentation rules for Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B are the same.CorrectIncorrect
The documentation rules for Medicare Part A can be found in Chapter _____ of the Medicare Manual; Medicare Part B rules can be found in Chapter _____.CorrectIncorrect
Both Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B require daily therapy documentation to outline the skilled services provided.CorrectIncorrect
What is the difference in purpose between a daily treatment note and a progress report?CorrectIncorrect
Medicare Part B requires a clinician [ PT, OT or SLP] to write a Progress Report.
Medicare Part A does not address this in Chapter 8. However, the reason that assistants [PTA, C/OTA] should not write Medicare Part A Progress Reports is:CorrectIncorrect
Therapy documentation should clearly identify WHY the service is skilled and HOW the service is reasonable and necessary in frequency, duration and content.CorrectIncorrect
Skilled therapy includes providing both Direct Care and Indirect Care. Examples of Indirect Care include which of the following:CorrectIncorrect
Medicare states that the following terminology found in therapy documentation may be cause for automatic denial of payment:CorrectIncorrect