Designed for Hospice
Hospice Documentation Guides
This handy pocket documentation guide is perfect for new and experienced hospice nurses. The guide fits in your pocket and is fully laminated for easy cleaning. In this guide you will find:
- Explanation of general regulations
- Criteria for each diagnosis (LCDs)
- Examples of documentation to support each diagnosis
- Documentation Do’s and Dont’s
- Scales used to measure decline (PPS, FAST, NYHA, etc)
This supplemental documentation guide will show you how to easily take your documentation to the next level.
- The first section of this guide provides you with real examples of system/assessment specific documentation that will support the most common hospice diagnoses.
- The second section is a catalog of phrases you can quickly and easily incorporate into your documentation.
Documentation Master Bundle
The TagBag – $84.56
The Perfect Bag for Hospice & Home Health Clinicians
The TagBag is a nursing bag designed especially for clinicians (nurses, nursing assistants, therapists, etc) who provide care in the patient’s home (hospice, home health, caregivers, etc). The TagBag is made to be worn comfortably all day as either a hip bag or a cross-body bag. Because the TagBag is worn, the clinician never has to set the bag down, which reduces the risk of contamination or infestation. The TagBag has lots of safety features including easily accessible hand sanitizer and gloves, and a bright light to illuminate dark pathways or rooms.
I designed the TagBag specifically for clinicians to use in the field when providing care in a patient’s home. The problem with traditional nursing bags is that you either have to leave them hanging on your shoulder throughout the visit, which hurts your back, neck and shoulder; or, find a place to set the bag down, which increases the risk of contamination or infestation (which happens more than you would think) I spent five years field testing and perfecting the bag until we produced the perfect bag for any clinician who provides care in a patient’s home.
Stays Clean: you never have to set this bag down, so you never have to worry about contamination or infestation.
Safety Light: bright, hands-free light that lights your pathway on dark nights, or in dark places. I also use this light when performing procedures in poorly lit areas (great for inserting catheters!)
Protects You: hand sanitizer and gloves can be accessed easily with one hand. This bag also has room for goggles, masks and a CPR shield.
Holds Your Tablet: no more juggling your tablet – it slides easily in the large, padded tablet pouch. This protective pouch was designed to fit most size tablets. Because the tablet stays next to you, you can be sure that your patient’s sensitive information remains safe and secure.
Comfortable: I designed this bag to wear comfortably all day … no matter how long your day is. It snaps on and off easily, and the sturdy strap does not roll, pinch or bind.
Adjustable: This bag easily converts from a hip bag to a cross-body bag, and has an adjustable stap to fit most sizes.
Secure: an inside zippered pocket holds your phone and other items you want to keep safe.
Easy Access: every feature of the TagBag™ can be accessed with one hand … because most of the time you work alone and you need a bag that works with you.