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Content Quiz 5
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what does MDS 3.0 stand for?
minimum data set version 3.0
who created the MDS 3.0?
created and monitored by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services
when was MDS 3.0 released?
where is the MDS 3.0 used?
large scale assessment used in LTC facilities
what section of the MDS allows space for RT documentation?
Section O: Special Treatments, Procedures, and Programs
FIRST criteria (for purposes of the MDS, why providers should record services for respiratory, psychological, and recreation therapies)
the physicians orders the therapy
SECOND criteria (for purposes of the MDS, why providers should record services for respiratory, psychological, and recreation therapies)
the physician's order includes a statement of frequency, duration, and scope of treatment
THIRD criteria (for purposes of the MDS, why providers should record services for respiratory, psychological, and recreation therapies)
the services must be directly and specifically related to an active written treatment plan that is based on an initial evaluation perform by qualified personnel
FOURTH criteria (for purposes of the MDS, why providers should record services for respiratory, psychological, and recreation therapies)
the services are required and provided by qualified personnel
FIFTH criteria (for purposes of the MDS, why providers should record services for respiratory, psychological, and recreation therapies)
the services must be reasonable and necessary for treatment of the resident's condition
what does the BANDI-RT stand for?
Buettner Assessment of Needs, Diagnosis, and Interests for RT in LTC
what is the BANDI-RT?
developed as a "one-stop" assessment for the CTRS to gather all assessment information necessary to provide treatment
what does the BANDI-RT follow?
follows the order of MDS for ease of use
why was the BANDI-RT developed?
developed for LTC facilities that prescribe RT services (it could be used for active therapy for recreation services but would not apply to MDS section O)
when was the BANDI-RT created?
created in 2011 by Linda Buettner, Dr. Peg Connolly, and Dr. Nancy Richeson
how many sections are in the BANDI-RT?
6 sections plus documentation portion
what type of validity was the BANDI-RT tested for?
how was the BANDI-RT tested for validity?
- each expert evaluator was asked to examine and use the tool side by side w/ the MDS 3.0 to determine if items should be added or eliminated from the various sections
- after use, the evaluators completed the evaluation of tool documenting relevance to treatment, if items were recorded or never used, if additional data were required for care planning, and their overall impression of the tool including the amount of time required to complete the assessment
what were the validity results for the BANDI-RT?
all items were valid and deemed essential except section 3 "Leisure History and Interest" checklist
what recommendations were made by the experts in regards to the BANDI-RT?
- PTSD should be added under Section 5
- apathy should be included under section 5
- persistent pain was added under section 5
- motorized wheelchair should be added under section 5
- physician's order template should be included under section 6
- unused/dated items should be eliminated from section 3
what replaced the leisure and interest checklist?
10-category interview form to capture leisure and recreational interests
how method was used to test the BANDI-RT for reliability?
how was the BANDI-RT tested for reliability?
- 15 CTRS with 3 residents each
- measured by using the assessment at 2 different point in time, 2 weeks apart
- average time to complete the assessment was 35 minutes
what was the reliability results for the BANDI-RT?
.93=very highly reliable (lowest .89 in Leisure and History Interest)
what are SOAP notes?
subjective, objective, assessment, plan
what is the subjective portion of SOAP?
data gathered from client or family, important statements
what is the objective portion of SOAP?
data collected through observation, measurement, other sources of documentation (i.e. client chart)
what is the assessment portion of SOAP?
your clinical judgement of the meaning of subjective/objective data
what is the plan portion of SOAP?
general plan or approach that will address needs (can state initial plans, revision of plans, or new plans-what's next forward thinking)
what does BIRP stand for?
behavior, intervention, response, plan
what is the behavior portion of BIRP?
patient behavior that pertains to the intended treatment outcome and includes subjective and objective info
what is the intervention portion of BIRP?
description of interventions to address the treatment outcomes?
what is the response portion of BIRP?
patient response to intervention
what is the plan portion of BIRP?
therapist plan for care, treatment, program going forward
what are DARP notes?
data, assessment, response, plan
what is the data portion of DARP?
patient behavior that pertains to the intended treatment outcomes and includes subjective and objective info
what is the assessment portion of DARP?
your clinical impression given the subjective and objective data from above
what is the response portion of DARP?
the client's response to intervention/plan
what is the plan portion of DARP?
therapists plan moving forward with care, treatment, and program
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