100 Essential Forms for Long-Term Care

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100 Essential Forms for Long-Term Care

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100 Essential Forms for Long-Term Care

Save nursing home staff time and improve the documentation accuracy of every department in your long-term care facility.

100 Essential Forms for Long-Term Care provides convenient access to a compilation of essential long-term care forms that offer easy-to-understand descriptions of implementation processes and timing, and can be used as-is or customized to meet the particular needs of nursing home staff.

The updated content found in this new edition will help long-term care facilities stay compliant with recent regulatory changes and ensure quality resident care is always provided. This valuable resource contains 100 of the most commonly utilized forms in long-term care facilities, including:

  • Clinical assessment forms
  • Survey readiness assessments
  • Documentation forms
  • MDS tools
  • Regulatory forms
  • Accountability reports
  • Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI) forms


This comprehensive book will help long-term care providers:

  • Gain immediate access to the most essential, commonly used long-term care forms
  • Enhance the efficiency of staff procedures
  • Improve documentation accuracy
  • Address documentation needs and concerns for every department

Table of Contents: 

Section 1: Audit Forms

Section 2: Documentation Forms

Section 3: Accountability Reports

Section 4: Regulatory Forms

Section 5: Performance Improvement Forms

Section 6: Credentialing Forms

Section 7: Financial Forms


Reviewed by:

Carol Marshall, MA, Kate Brewer, PT, MBA, GCS, RAC-CT, Julie Ann Kemman, BBA and President of Health Care Professional Consulting Services, Inc., and Heather Stewart, RHIT. 


About the Contributors:


Carol Marshall, MA, is a risk management specialist based in Fort Worth, Texas. For the past 18 years, she has trained managers and staff members in long-term care facilities across the country about the benefits of exceptional customer service and risk management. She has offered training programs at numerous state conferences, professional groups, and individual facilities.

Kate Brewer, PT, MBA, GCS, RAC-CT is the President of Greenfield Rehabilitation Agency, a company that provides physical, occupational and speech-language pathology services in skilled nursing facilities.  Having spent over 15 years in long term care, Ms. Brewer has extensive experience in various processes and approaches to regulatory compliance from a Medicare and survey perspective.  Her areas of expertise include therapy documentation and compliance with Medicare regulations, coordinating the MDS process to ensure optimal reimbursement and compliance, and bridging the gap between the different professions that work together in long term care.

Julie Ann Kemman, BBA, and President of Health Care Professional Consulting Services, Inc., has over 20 years of experience working within the long term care community. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Northwood University.  Julie has held multiple corporate regional positions for a large nursing home chain and has been the cornerstone in staff training, compliance monitoring, and management. Julie is the president of Health Care Professional Consulting Services, Incorporated which was started in July 2005 that provides skilled nursing organizations, assisted living, home health agencies and outpatient rehabilitation providers a variety of consulting services including billing, collections, training, policy writing, and software implementation. 

Heather Stewart, RHIT is a knowledgeable Health Information Management Consultant with over sixteen years of experience in the long term care industry. Heather has an extensive background in healthcare compliance, medical coding and EHR implementation.

Published: October 2014