OTA110 - Documentation Skills

Students learn about record keeping, progress note writing, and assisting the OT with functional goals and objectives for various OT settings. Overview of terminology of assessment results and treatment plans covered

Credits: 3

Offered: Winter

Outcomes

  1. Document occupational therapy services to ensure accountability of service provision and to meet standards for reimbursement of services, adhering to applicable facility, local, state, federal, and reimbursement agencies. Documentation must effectively co
  2. Document occupational therapy services to ensure accountability of service provision and to meet standards for reimbursement of services. Documentation must effectively communicate the need and rationale for occupational therapy services and must be appro
  3. Demonstrate knowledge of various reimbursement systems (e.g., federal, state, third-party, private-payer) and documentation requirements that affect the practice of occupational therapy.
  4. Identify the mechanisms, systems, and techniques needed to properly maintain, organize, and prioritize workloads and intervention settings including inventories.
  5. Understand the documentation of ongoing processes for quality improvement and implementation of program changes as needed to ensure quality of services.
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