APPENDIX 100LEVEL OF CARE
10, 11, 12. Enter client’s sex ("M" or "F"), age, and date of birth (month/day/year).
Enter client’s race as follows:
A = Asian/Pacific Islander H = Hispanic W = White
B = Black NA = Native American
Enter client’s marital status as follows:
S = Single M = Married W = Widowed
D = Divorced SP = Separated
Check () appropriate type of recommendation:
1.Initial: First referral to CCSP or re-entry into CCSP after termination
2.Reassessment: Clients requiring annual recertification or reassessment because of change in status.
Enter referral source by name and title (if applicable), or agency and type as follows:
MD = Doctor S = Self HHA = Home health agency
NF = Nursing facility FM = Family PCH = Personal Care Home
HOSP = Hospital ADH = Adult Day Health APS= Adult Protective Services
O = Other (Identify fully) DFCS = Division of Family & Children Services
17, 18. Client signs and dates in spaces provided. If client is unable to sign, spouse, parent, other relative, or legal/authorized representative may sign and note relationship to client after signature.
NOTE: This signature gives client's physician permission to release information to care coordinator regarding level of care determination.
SECTION I B. PHYSICIAN'S EXAMINATION REPORT AND DOCUMENTATION
Section B is completed and signed by licensed medical person completing medical report.
The licensed physician/ nurse practitioner enters client’s primary, secondary, and other (if applicable) diagnoses. * The primary diagnosis should support CCSP eligibility.
NOTE: After the physician/ nurse practitioner returns signed LOC page, care coordination team
indicates ICD codes. Enter ICD codes for “primary diagnosis”, “secondary diagnosis” or
“third diagnosis” in the appropriate box. Care coordination teams secure codes from ICD
code book, local hospitals or client's physician.
The physician/ nurse practitioner checks appropriate box to indicate if client is free of communicable diseases.
List all medications, including over-the-counter (OTC) medications and state dosage, how the medications are dispensed, frequency, and reason for medication. Attach additional sheets if necessary and reference.
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