Expand your OASIS-E expertise with this comprehensive guide to OASIS-E items, coupled with a practice exam that includes scenarios to test your knowledge and provide practice in scoring items.
This certificate program provides a guide to the OASIS-E tool, covering all sections and items. To collect accurate data, clinicians must have a working knowledge of key concepts and terminology unique to the OASIS tool. This course offering provides an overview of how OASIS data collection impacts both patient care and agency performance. This certificate concludes with course 11, which provides practice coding scenarios to test knowledge gained in the previous 10 courses.
This certificate program is applicable to all Home Health clinicians, including RNs, PTs, OTs and SLPs.
11 hours of online video lectures and patient demonstrations.
Case-based quizzes to evaluate and improve clinical reasoning.
Skills checklist to practice hands-on components of coursework.
OASIS-E: Introduction to Key Conceptskeyboard_arrow_downCourse
OASIS data impacts the clinical quality and financial performance of home health agencies. This chapter will provide the clinician with a working knowledge of what happens to OASIS data after it is completed.
Accurate OASIS data collection requires clinicians to have a working knowledge of the official instructions for each item. This chapter will examine the OASIS guidance manual and how quarterly Q&As; factor into data collection.
As OASIS is a discipline-neutral data collection instrument, the terms used do not always align with how clinicians are trained to assess patients. This chapter will address key definitions in practical terms to set clinicians up for success with OASIS data collection.
OASIS-E: Section Akeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address the items that make up the “tracking sheet” in Section A (M0018–M0066).
This chapter will address the OASIS items related to ethnicity, race, and language in Section A—items A1005, A1010, and A1110.
This chapter will address OASIS items related to payment, SOC/ROC, and the completion of the assessment—items M0150, M0030, M0032, M0080, M0090, and M0100.
This chapter will address OASIS items related to timing, transfer, and discharge—items M0102, M0104, M0110, M1000, and M1005.
This chapter will address the OASIS item related to the patient's access to transportation—item A1250.
OASIS-E: Sections B and Ckeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This first chapter will address the OASIS items related to hearing, speech, and vision in Section B—items B0200, B1000, and B1300.
This chapter will address OASIS items related to the Brief Interview for Mental Status (BIMS)—C0100, C0200, C0300, C0400, C0500, and C1310.
This chapter will address the OASIS items related to cognitive functioning, confusion, and anxiety in section C–M1700, M1710, and M1720.
OASIS-E: Sections D, E, and Fkeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address OASIS items D0150, D0160, and D0700.
This chapter will address OASIS items M1740 and M1745.
This chapter will address OASIS items M1100 and M2102f.
OASIS-E: Section Gkeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address OASIS items M1800–M1830.
This chapter will address OASIS items M1840–M1860.
OASIS-E: Section GGkeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address OASIS items related to Section GG—GG0100 and GG0110.
This chapter will address the OASIS item related to self-care–item GG0130.
This chapter will address the OASIS item related to mobility—item GG0170.
OASIS-E: Sections H, I, J, and Kkeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address OASIS items M1600–M1630.
This chapter will address OASIS items M1021–M1028.
This chapter will address items M1033, J0510–J0530, and M1400.
This chapter will address OASIS items M1060, K0520, and M1870.
OASIS-E: Section Mkeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address OASIS items M1306–M1324.
This chapter will address OASIS items M1330–M1334.
This chapter will address OASIS items M1340 and M1342.
OASIS-E: Sections N and Okeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address OASIS items N0415, M2001, M2003, M2010, M2020, and M2030.
This chapter will address the OASIS items related to special treatments, procedures, and programs—O0110 and M2200.
OASIS-E: Transfer- and Discharge-Specific Itemskeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address OASIS items M0906, M2301, M2310, M2410, and M2420.
This chapter will address OASIS items A2120–A2124 and M2102.
This chapter will address OASIS items J1800, J1900, K0520, M1307, and M1311.
This chapter will address OASIS items M2005, M1041, M1046, and M2401.
OASIS-E: Putting Knowledge Into Practicekeyboard_arrow_downCourse
This chapter will address items related to the assessment of cognition, mood, and hearing.
This chapter will address the items related to the assessment of function (Sections G and GG).
This chapter will address the items related to the assessment of pain, medication management, and falls.
October 2022 CMS Quarterly OASIS Q&AsCustomItemType
OASIS-E Guidance ManualCustomItemType
OASIS-D Guidance Manual, Effective January 1, 2019CustomItemType
GG Self-Care and Mobility Activities Decision TreeCustomItemType
Expansion of the Home Health One Clinician Convention - August 2017CustomItemType
PT, MS, HCS-O
CEU Approved11 total hours* of accredited coursework.
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Do I get CEU credit?
Each course is individually accredited. Please check each course for your state and discipline. You can receive CEU credit after each course is completed.
When do I get my certificate?
You will receive accredited certificates of completion for each course as you complete them. Once you have completed the entire Certificate Program you will receive your certificate for the program.
Each course is individually accredited and exact hours will vary by state and discipline. Check each course for specific accreditation for your license.
Do I have to complete the courses in order?
It is not required that you complete the courses in order. Each Certificate Program's content is built to be completed sequentially but it is not forced to be completed this way.
How long do I have access to the Certificate Program?
You will have access to this Certificate Program for as long as you are a subscriber. Your initial subscription will last for one year from the date you purchase.
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