1 Policy and Procedure Manual Resident Assessment (RA) Table of Contents RA-01 RA-02 RA-03 RA-04 RA-05 RA-06 RA-07 RA-08 RA-09 RA-10 RA-11 RA-12 Physical Health Services Dental Services Initial Nursing Summary Treatment Team Meetings Radiology, Laboratory, and Pathology Services Assessment/supervision of Residents at Risk for Dangerous and/or Suicidal Behavior Psychosocial Assessment Recreation Therapy Assessment Chemical Dependency Assessment Functional Assessment Treatment Plans Discharge Planning
2 SUBJECT: PHYSICAL HEALTH SERVICES Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: June 30, 2002 POLICY No. RA-01 REVIEWED/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: ALL POLICY: It is the policy of RHG to provide pharmaceutical, physical and dental health services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year through contractual arrangement with service providers at the facility or in the community. Physical and dental health services are provided by licensed physicians, dentists, and accredited hospitals and approved by RHG Professional Staff. All residents shall have access to medical treatment as often as necessary to ensure optimum medical care. 1. A routine physical examination shall be initiated within 24 hours of admission and shall be completed within 30 days of admission. If the resident admits directly from another hospital or facility with records containing history and physical in the last 60 days, none will be imitated. 2. The physical health assessment shall include evaluations of motor development and functioning, sensorimotor functioning, visual functioning, and Tanner Scale. The family is financially responsible for these charges. 3. Routine laboratory and clinical tests shall be performed on all new admissions and as required thereafter as ordered by the attending physician. 4. Records of referrals, examinations and/or treatments shall be filed in the resident s chart. 4. Staff shall have a basic knowledge of and receive training in the health needs and problems of residents. 5. A full range of health services will be provided through contracts with outside providers for the treatment of illnesses and maintenance of general health.
3 SUBJECT: DENTAL SERVICES Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: June 30, 2002 Policy No. RA-02 REVIEWED/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: All POLICY: It is the policy of RHG to facilitate dental services to its residents for initial screening, routine and emergency care. RHG does not have on-site dental services. Services are provided by a cooperative agreement with a community based dentist, or family dentist. 1. All residents who have a need for dental services, either routine or emergency, shall be afforded the opportunity to see a dentist. 2. Emergency dental services are available through community based dentists. 3. Annual dental screenings are offered to those residents who have not had dental care for one year. 4. Personal hygiene monitoring shall include evaluation of the resident s attention to oral hygiene and instruction, when necessary, in basic preventive dentistry. 5. Referrals for dental services shall be initiated by therapist, nurse, or guardian and requires a written physician s order.
4 SUBJECT: INITIAL NURSING ASSESSMENT Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: June 30, 2002 POLICY NO. RA-03 REVIEWED/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: ALL POLICY: It is the policy of RHG to assess the nursing needs, goals, and interventions of every resident admitted to the facility. The nursing assessment is conducted on the day of the admission and includes information from both resident and parent/guardian. 1. The Admission staff will notify the Clinical Services Manager, therapist, and nurse of the date and time of scheduled admission. Previous treatment records will be made available to the nurse as a data base for the Nursing Assessment. 2. At time of admission, an appointment will be made with the nurse, who is to obtain the assessment. 3. The nurse will interview the resident regarding the past and current medical history and other areas of the assessment such as medications, pervious hospitalizations, nutrition, and pain. 4. Upon completion of the interview, the nurse will formulate a summarization of nursing findings; identify problems, goals and objectives and document in the resident record. 5. Included in the Nursing Assessment are weight, height, vital signs, apparent state of nutrition, allergies, past illnesses, medications, mental status, nursing review of systems, and a suicide potential assessment.
5 SUBJECT: SCHEDULING OF TREATMENT TEAM MEETINGS Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: June 30, 2002 POLICY NO. RA-04 REVIEW/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: All Programs POLICY: It is the policy of RHG that the assigned therapists, nurse, MD and any other staff assigned are required and expected to attend Treatment Team meetings when individual resident cases are scheduled for formal review. 1. The Clinical Services Manager or designee will prepare a schedule, the last week of each month, of treatment reviews for the upcoming month. 2. The schedule must ensure that each resident is reviewed every 60 days. 3. The Clinical Services Manager or designee will distribute the schedule to all physicians, clinical staff, and residents.
6 SUBJECT: RADIOLOGY, PATHOLOGY & LABORATORY SERVICES Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: June 30, 2002 REVIEWED/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 POLICY NO. RA-05 PROGRAM: ALL POLICY: It is the policy of RHG to provide radiology, pathology and laboratory services to aid in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of its residents. RHG provides these services through a contractual agreement with community providers. Services for residents are ordered by physicians. 1. Services are provided by local, emergent and other professionals. RHG staff shall contact providers regarding services to be rendered, the resident(s) to be served, and financial responsibility for payment. 2. Laboratory test results are returned from outside laboratory providers by fax, or mail as appropriate. It is the responsibility of the nurse to follow-up on results of all lab work done. 3. The nurse is to notify the physician immediately of any abnormal results. 4. The nurse shall follow-up with healthcare providers to obtain any history and physical, or other diagnostic treatment summary, and is responsible to make sure these documents are placed in the resident record.
7 SUBJECT: Assessment/Supervision of Residents Page 1 of 1 at Risk for Dangerous and/or Suicidal Behavior ISSUE DATE: June 30, 2002 REVIEWED/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 POLICY NO. RA-06 PROGRAM: All Programs POLICY: The purpose of this policy is to define the program's philosophy and intervention techniques for assessment/supervision of residents at risk for dangerous behavior, including suicidal potential. The risk assessment will be completed at admission and as needed based on resident behavior, attitude and verbalizations. Any talk (particularly expressions of suicidal ideation) or behavior patterns identified by the treatment team, from the resident's history, which indicates potential dangerous behavior is taken seriously. Staff shall react in a calm and confident manner and increase the amount of supervision. This includes: 1. Placing the resident on "visuals"/q 15 minute checks or one-on-one supervision. 2. Sleeping them under the direct observation of a staff member. 3. Notifying and apprising the Attending Psychiatrist of the situation. 4. Completing the Risk Assessment in the record. 4. The Attending Psychiatrist may decide no other interventions are necessary or may order the resident hospitalized if assessed to be acutely at risk for dangerous behavior. 5. When the resident is able to therapeutically maintain their behavior, staff shall document such and the treatment team will determine if any further interventions are required. 6. The Risk Assessment shall include an assessment of suicidal and/or homicidal ideation, aggressive behavior, self-harm behavior and level of social functioning. 7. Behavior contracts can be utilized at the discretion of the treatment team.
8 SUBJECT: PSYCHOSOCIAL ASSESSMENTS Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: March 31, 2011 POLICY NO. RA-07 REVIEW/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: All Programs POLICY: All residents will receive a comprehensive psychosocial evaluation upon admission to the system by a therapist and documented in the medical record (Best Notes) within 21 days of admission. Reassessments and updates are conducted following any significant life or status changes of the person served. The Psychosocial Assessment will include the following: Name Date of Birth Date of Admission Location Marital Status Date of Interview Gender Religion Attending Physician Guardian (if applicable) Sources of information Admitting Diagnosis (Axis I-V) Reason for enrollment; including precipitating events Current living situation and environment History of prior treatment and psychiatric problems Legal history Military service history Developmental and Family history: including bereavement, sexual and medical history Substance abuse history and pattern of use Prior treatment history Education and independent living assessment Usual social, peer-group and environmental settings Cultural assessment Trauma, abuse, neglect and exploitation assessment Family interviews and goals Issues and goals identified by patient Therapist formulation, recommendations and individual assessment
9 Initial Discharge plan POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
10 SUBJECT: RECREATION THERAPY ASSESSMENT Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: March 31, 2011 POLICY NO. RA-08 REVIEW/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: All Programs POLICY: Leisure and recreation interests and needs will be address by recreation therapy staff within 7 days of admission. Assessments and inventories will become part of the medical record and goals will be reflecting in the individual treatment plan.
11 SUBJECT: CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY ASSESSMENT Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: March 31, 2011 POLICY NO. RA-09 REVIEW/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: All Programs POLICY: Substance abuse history is addressed in many initial assessments; application, nursing assessment, psychosocial assessment and initial treatment plan. Residents may be referred for further substance abuse assessment based on findings. Substance Abuse assessments are completed within twenty one (21) days of admission and findings are reflected in the treatment plan. Substance Abuse assessments are completed within twenty one (21) days of admission and findings are reflected in the treatment plan/plan of care.
12 SUBJECT: FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT Page 1 of 1 ISSUE DATE: March 31, 2011 POLICY NO. RA-10 REVIEW/REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: All Programs POLICY: A Functional Assessment will be completed by nursing staff on all residential admissions within 21 days of admission. The resident Functional Assessment shall determine the residents ability to utilize the skills needed to function successfully in the residential treatment environment, and shall identify any obstacles to the residents learning or using such skills. The Functional Assessment shall evaluate: Mental Status Exam Ability to self preserve Ability to maintain personal hygiene Ability to self administer medication Ability to initiate and participate in social interactions Ability to perform household chores Ability to prepare meals Ability to conduct financial affairs Ability to use public transportation
13 SUBJECT: TREATMENT PLANS Page 1 of 2 ISSUE DATE: June 30, 2002 POLICY NO. RA-11 REVISION DATE: March 31, 2013 PROGRAM: ALL POLICY: It is the policy of RHG to provide a guideline for policies, procedures, and requirements regarding the development of treatment plans. 1. Each resident shall have a written, individualized treatment plan that is based on assessments from a multi-disciplinary team, which will meet the resident's clinical needs. 2. The overall development and implementation of the treatment plan is assigned to the therapist under the direct supervision of the Clinical Services Manager. 3. Within seventy two (72) hours of admission, the therapist shall initiate an initial treatment plan. This initial treatment plan shall be based on an assessment of the resident's presenting problems, physical health, emotional status, and behavioral status. 4. A Master Treatment Plan is developed within thirty (30) days of admission at a full meeting of the treatment team. The report includes data gathered through the first-hand treatment team observation, evaluations, and the assessments. The treatment plan is documented by the Therapist, with Psychiatrist having final approval. A. The multi-disciplinary team shall develop a treatment plan that is based on a comprehensive assessment of the resident's needs, and shall contain objectives and methods for achieving them. Treatment goals or objectives shall be achievable, have a reasonable time frame for achievement, and be stated in terms of measurable and observable changes. B. At the treatment team meeting, the Therapist presents the family, social, and educational/vocational history, presenting problems, and other relevant background on how the resident has been adjusting to the group in terms of peer relationships, skill development, and behavioral aspects. Nurse shall present the medical history. The Recreational Therapist shall discuss the resident's recreational, occupational, and activity needs as needed. C. The treatment plan shall specify the services necessary to meet the resident's needs, as well as referrals for needed services that are not provided directly by RHG. D. The treatment plan care shall contain specific objectives that relate to the goals, written in measurable terms, and will include expected achievement dates.
14 E. The treatment plan shall delineate the specific criteria to be met for termination of treatment. F. A specific plan for involving the family or significant other shall be included in the treatment plan whenever possible. G. The treatment plan shall be developed with and signed by the resident or guardian. If the resident or guardian refuses to sign, the reason for this, if determinable, must be documented in the resident record. H. If treatment interventions, as stated in the treatment plan, require restriction of communication or visits, treatment staff shall evaluate these restrictions at least every 3 days for their effectiveness and continuing need. 5. Every thirty (30) days thereafter, a review of the treatment plan is accomplished by the treatment team and documented by the Therapist with the Clinical Service Manager having final approval. The treatment team will complete a treatment plan update every sixty (60) days. The reviews of treatment are based upon information from the various disciplines and evaluate each resident's treatment plan and his/her progress in attaining the stated treatment goals and objectives. This information is gathered through Team Meetings, daily charted notes, and specially call staffings. Any unusual occurrence or major change in treatment, such as, but not limited to, transfer to an acute care facility, elopement, lack of individual resident progress toward treatment goals, medical complications, family complications such as death, divorce, etc., will provoke an immediate review and /or update of the treatment plan. In addition, the treatment team will review the treatment plan for specific residents resulting from the quality assessment/quality improvement, utilization review, and resident care monitoring studies. Also, in accordance with residents rights, a resident may request a review of his/her treatment plan at any time. 6. Psychiatric Discharge Summary: This written summary is due fifteen (15) days after dismissal. 7. If an Authorization to Release Confidential Information is signed by the guardian, copies of reports may be forwarded, upon request, to private physicians, psychologists, or psychiatrists who referred the resident for treatment. Copies of reports may be requested by insurance companies who are funding a particular resident's treatment, as well as other funding sources. Copies will be forwarded to these funding sources upon request. 8. Information regarding the progress of the resident is shared with the parent(s) or guardian through family conferences and telephone conferences with the Therapist or the Attending Psychiatrist. Any time there are revisions in the plan, it will be discussed with the parent(s) or guardian in the next scheduled family conference. An Authorization to Release Confidential Information will be signed prior to sharing this information. 9. On an exceptional basis, parent(s) may receive copies of the treatment plan and the periodic reviews of treatment. The sharing of these written professional, confidential reports with parent(s) or guardian(s) must be approved by the Compliance Manager.
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