Best Practices for Effective Documentation in Post-Acute Care

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Rehabilitation clinicians are expected to effectively document a patient’s clinical presentation, treatment, and progression to clearly communicate the patient’s abilities to the interprofessional team and to justify delivery and reimbursement of services. Through documentation, clinicians must effectively communicate why patients need a skilled therapy intervention, why they need therapy now, how much therapy is needed, or what will happen without therapy. By mastering effective documentation, clinicians can help ensure the patient receives the appropriate amount of therapy to achieve the best outcomes.

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Rehabilitation clinicians are expected to effectively document a patient’s clinical presentation, treatment, and progression to clearly communicate the patient’s abilities to the interprofessional team and to justify delivery and reimbursement of services. Through documentation, clinicians must effectively communicate why patients need a skilled therapy intervention, why they need therapy now, how much therapy is needed, or what will happen without therapy. By mastering effective documentation, clinicians can help ensure the patient receives the appropriate amount of therapy to achieve the best outcomes.

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