Payment is issued for homecare visits per RA’s standard payment policy. Your official notes will serve as your time sheet. Notes must be... Continue Reading
What types of diagnoses/conditions do homecare patients have?
Every case varies, but patients typically require rehab for post-surgical care, accident recovery, or chronic conditions. Each patient’s d... Continue Reading
What is the typical age range of a homecare patient?
The majority of cases are adult or geriatric, but there are occasional pediatric cases. RA will specify this before assigning each case. ... Continue Reading
How long are patients authorized for therapy?
Authorization ranges from 1-3 times per week for 4-9 weeks depending on the patient’s diagnosis, but some cases may continue long-term. ... Continue Reading
How long are homecare visits?
Depending upon the patient’s condition, all visits (evaluations and treatments) should last from 30 minutes to 1 hour. ... Continue Reading
How are homecare appointments scheduled?
Clinicians schedule visits directly with the patient/family. ... Continue Reading
If I accept a case and complete the initial evaluation, do I have to do treatments as well?
Yes, if you accept a case you must complete all evaluations, treatments, and any other requests (recommendations, care plans, etc.) as neede... Continue Reading
How many homecare cases can I take on?
The number of cases you can accept is dependent on your schedule. However, once you accept a case you are expected to commit to the case for... Continue Reading
I would like to provide homecare services. How do I start?
As new cases become available, RA sources clinicians based on the patient’s location and specialty required. If you would like our Homecar... Continue Reading
Are any special credential requirements necessary to provide homecare?
CPR or NYS Infection Control certificates are helpful but not mandatory. All clinicians must be in compliance to provide services. ... Continue Reading
What clinical disciplines are eligible to provide homecare services with RA?
Only licensed PTs, OTs, and SLPs can provide homecare services.... Continue Reading