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Q.3 John arrives for an admission visit at 10:00 am and leaves the home at noon. For the OASIS questions that reference the 'day of assessment', what does that mean?
the day of the assessment - from midnight to midnight on the day of assessment

the 24 hours immediately preceding the home visit and the time in the home.

the 24 hours prior to the visit

12 hours before and 12 hours after the visit

Q.4 If the patient's ability varies on the day of assessment, what should John document?
what the patient is able to do while John is watching

what the patient can do greater than 50 percent of the time.

The very best that the patient is expected to perform

The most impaired state within the 24 hours

Q.5 A care episode is defined as:
60 days

from admit to discharge

from admit or resumption to transfer or discharge

all of the above

Q.6 You should always refer to prior assessments if available to ensure consistency in data.


Q.7 If a question refers to assistance, what precisely does that mean?
DME specifically ordered by the physician

any assist device the patient uses

Assistance from another human being

all of the above

Q.8 Your patient is able to get up out of bed and stand but after taking a few steps, he needs his wife to come help him get to the kitchen. How would you answer the question about his aility to transfer?
Able to independently transfer

Able to transfer with minimal human assistance or with use of an assistive device.

Able to bear weight and pivot during the transfer process but unable to transfer self.

Unable to transfer self and is unable to bear weight or pivot when transferred by another person.

Bedfast, unable to transfer but is able to turn and position self in bed.

Bedfast, unable to transfer and is unable to turn and position self.

Q.9 When assessing a patient who has just undergone orthopedic surgery, you should let the physical therapist answer the functional domain questions.


Q.10 A patient with advanced dementia is able to get off the toilet with continual verbal prompting. Does she require 'assistance'?


Q.11 If a patient denies pain but you believe that he is merely stoic because he grimaces when he gets up and guards his side, how do you document assessment?
pt denies pain

pain self rated 0 on 1 - 10 scale

pt has severe pain

pt denies pain but physical assessment reveals facial expressions and behaviors associated with pain.

Q.12 The use of N/A and unknown are to be used whenever possible to minimize Potentially Avoidable Events.