Below are the 2023 priority metrics included under AHP’s value-based contracts. Our performance to these measures not only supports excellent clinical care and population health, but also contributes to our ability to earn gain sharing and return to you a portion of the value your efforts deliver to the health care delivery system.
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Wound Assessment Descriptors
Refer to these definitions and descriptors as you complete the Essential Assessment Questions
Homecare is meant for short-term, intermittent care of patients
The patient’s insurance dictates what homecare can provide and must follow regulations for payment
Wound care needs to be skilled, medically necessary and medically appropriate according to evidence-based best practice needing nursing oversight
Specific examples of non-skilled wound care include:
Applying topical ointment
Dry dressing only
Wet to dry dressings
Application of pressure wraps with no open wounds
To provide comprehensive care, please notify any other physician active in patient care of your referral to homecare
Medicare/Medicare HMO patient must be homebound (trouble leaving home without help [e.g., using a cane, wheelchair, walker, or crutches]; needing special transportation; or requiring help from another person) because of an illness or injury, or leaving home isn't recommended because of condition, normally unable to leave home because it's a major effort