CAHSAH Bookstore

Welcome to CAHSAH’s Bookstore – your number one source for resources providing knowledge and operational efficiency in home care and hospice. CAHSAH has resources that are specific to certain auspices as well as resources that apply to all auspices.
Pre-payment is required for all bookstore orders to ship.

DUE TO THE PRESENT STATE OF COVID-19 IN CALIFORNIA, EXPECT DELAYED SHIPPING.

Bookstore ProductsShipping & DeliveryRefund Policy

 



ADR

 

 

.....................................................

ADR OneSource for Home Health
This guide is designed to assist your home health care organization in preparing for and responding to CMS Additional Development Requests (ADRs). The guide discusses all aspects of the ADR process that your organization can incorporate into your organizational processes.
Revised 2020.
Produced by The Corridor Group


Includes: 
• ADR tracking logs
• Staff roles in the ADR process
• Compiling of the ADR packet
• Audit tools
• Powerpoint presentation for staff education

Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00

 

 

 

 


 

ADR OneSource for Hospice

This guide is designed to assist your organization in preparing for and responding to CMS Additional Development Requests (ADRs). The guide discusses all aspects of the ADR process that your organization can incorporate into your organizational processes.
Revised 2020.
Produced by The Corridor Group


Includes: 

• ADR tracking logs
• Staff roles in the ADR process
• Compiling of the ADR packet
• Audit tools
• Necessity of staff education

Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00

 

 

 

 


ADR

CAHSAH Home Care Aide Organization Certification Program

To further promote your certification status, the seal can be used on your stationery and brochures identifying your agency as a home care aide organization which provides home care aide services meeting CAHSAH's Certification Standards.

Members ONLY
$28.00/roll of 100

 

 

 

 


CAWage

California Wage and Hour Law for Home Care Aide Organizations: An Overview


UPDATED 2021

This resource has been recently updated to reflect the latest developments in California legislation, case law and other updates. It is an overview of wage and hour law in California that may apply to your organization including: wage orders, minimum wages, meal, and rest periods. Additionally, it includes requirements for time sheets, maximum hours and days of work, violations, and enforcement. The resource is designed to expose agencies to common wage and hour issues, as well as provide precautionary measures that will help agencies comply with the requirements of California wage and hour law.

The revised manual includes updated legislation, case law and related recommendations regarding:

Handling sleep time for live-in caregivers, various COVID-related issues, new laws requiring lactation obligations, meal and rest period requirements, labor Code Section 226 regarding piece rate (per visit) pay, properly calculating overtime for workers who are paid bonuses, 7th day of rest requirements and state and municipal minimum wage requirements, meal and lodging credits, properly compensating on-call workers, paid sick leave and various other important topics.

View Sample
View Table of Contents

 

Member
$195.00

 



Non-Member

$350.00

 



 

 

 


 

Compliance OneSource NEW!

Using the OIG Seven Fundamental Elements as outlined in the Federal Register, Essentials for Building an Effective Compliance Program investigates compliance by focusing on pertinent aspects of an effective compliance program. This guide provides home care organizations with an understanding of why it is necessary and how to implement an effective compliance program. The guide discusses risk assessment by department, the role of the compliance officer, the education of home care staff and their role in compliance and much more. *Please realize that nothing in this manual should be substituted for legal counsel.


Includes:
• Hard copy manual in three ring binder
• USB that contains Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents that can be customized for your organization.

Revised 2020

Produced by The Corridor Group

Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00

 

 

 

 


 

CoP OneSource for Home Health
The CoP OneSource for Home Health is based on the newly approved Home Health CoPs. To assist your organization in preparing to meet the newly revised CoPs, Corridor has arranged the workbook by CoP standard number. Two columns are available to assist your organization: the Compliance Requirements column is a checklist to prompt the review of current policies, procedures, processes and materials; the Organizational Strategy column is used to list items that you currently utilize for CoP compliance and to list the opportunities for development of additional items, if needed. Once your organization identifies the "to-do list," work can begin on the development of what is needed to bring your organization into CoP compliance.


Includes:
• Spiral bound workbook

This workbook is copyright protected and includes a license for one office to use this workbook.

Revised 2020

Produced by The Corridor Group

 

Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00

 

 

 

 


 

CoP OneSource for Hospice

The CoP OneSource for Hospice is arranged by CoP standard number. Two columns are available to assist your organization: the Compliance Requirements column is a checklist to prompt the review of current policies, procedures, processes and materials; the Organizational Strategy column is used to list items that you currently utilize for CoP compliance and to list the opportunities for development of additional items, if needed. Once your organization identifies the "to-do list," work can begin on the development of what is needed to bring your organization into CoP compliance.

Includes:
• Spiral bound workbook

This workbook is copyright protected and includes a license for one office to use this workbook.

Produced by The Corridor Group

 

Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00

 

 

 

 


 

Emergency Preparedness Guide

This guide is designed to assist home health and hospice organizations with establishing a proper emergency management program. Establishing a culture of preparedness safeguards your organization against a communication breakdown during an emergency or disaster. Your organizations Emergency Management Plan must consist of four core elements to be effective and in compliance with federal regulations:

• Risk Assessment and Planning
• Policies and Procedures
• Communication
• Training and Testing

Includes:
• Hard copy, 3-ring binder
• Flash drive with sample forms for reuse

Revised 2020

This workbook is copyright protected and includes a license for one office to use this workbook.


Member
$404.00

 

Non-Member

$475.00

 

 

 

 


 

HIPAA Privacy & Security Policies (Electronic Copy)

The HIPAA Privacy and HITECH ACT require organizations to have policies and procedures to assure the privacy of health information. TCG's HIPAA Privacy and Security policies cover the necessary information to meet the requirements. A Notice of Privacy Practices is required and a template that your home health, hospice or private duty organization can customize is provided. A template of an Authorization for Disclosure can also be customized for your organization and utilized by your staff. With breach incidences on the rise, it is essential that you have policies that are implemented and followed by all staff to maintain compliance.
Produced by The Corridor Group

Features:
• Policies included: Thirty-nine (39) HIPAA Privacy and Security policies that meet Privacy requirements of HIPAA and the Security requirements of the HITECH Act. Also included are templates of the Notice of Privacy Practices and Authorization for Disclosure that your organization can duplicate and use for all patients.

Member
$755.00

 

Non-Member

$905.00

 

 

 

 


 

Home Health Outcomes, Pay for Performance, Disease Management: Gold Nuggets for Success!

This step-by-step resource includes:
A pay for Performance Primer. It outlines P4P principles with explanations, and discusses CMS goals. 

Solutions for success reveals proven step-by-step methods to help agencies succeed in an outcome-driven environment
Terms, Definitions and Examples used frequently in home health disease management, outcomes, and managed care, technology, and sales and marketing
List of home health Acronyms and Websites for Evidence-based Practice that agencies can access for managing patients with chronic conditions most often cared for in the home health setting.

View Sample
View Table of Contents

 

Member
$35.00

 

Non-Member

$57.00

 

 

 

 


 

Home Health - MANAGER ONE SOURCE FOR HOME HEALTH
NOW AVAILABLE WITH UPDATES FOR OASIS-D1!

This home health guide will provide basic, up-to-date regulatory information to home health managers and supervisors. The home health information included refers to regulations and guidance published by Medicare. This "at-your-fingertips" home health guide will help you answer staff questions regarding various regulatory issues quickly. Revised 2021.


Produced by The Corridor Group

 

Features:
• Soft cover
• Spiral bound
• Easy to use


Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00


 

 

 


 

Home Health Quickflips©
Home Health Quickflips© can be used as a reference for documentation, home health eligibility, including homebound criteria and "how to" instructions for problematic OASIS items which impact reimbursement and quality outcomes. This pocket-sized resource can be a teaching tool for new employees and home health managers. Revised 2021.

Produced by The Corridor Group

 

Features:
• Pocket size, spiral bound
• Easy to use

View Sample
View Table of Contents


Member
$40.00

 

Non-Member

$47.00


 

 

 

 


 

Survey OneSource for Home Health

The Survey OneSource for Home Health includes CoP Compliance Tool with condition, standard and tag numbers, paper and electronic versions of three audit tools. Included are a Clinical Record Audit Tool updated with questions regarding Face to Face documentation, Personnel Record Audit tool and a Contract Audit Tool. These audit tools provide a way for your organization to assess your compliance with Medicare and many state regulations. Included with the book is a flash drive containing electronic versions of the audit tools that automatically calculate the percent compliance for each record audited and rolls up to a summary sheet for up to ten (10) records.


Produced by The Corridor Group

Revised 2021

 

Features:
• Hard copy in three ring binder
• USB for duplication of audit tools

View Table of Contents and Sample Pages

 

Member
$555.00

 

Non-Member

$665.00

 

 

 

 


Hospice Matrix
Be sure you have incorporated the latest changes that have been made to the Medicare COPs, Title 22 regulations and state legislation which impact all hospice agencies. Several major areas have had substantial edits and include the following:

Election of Hospice, Revoking the Election of Hospice, Emergency Preparedness, Hospice Aide and Homemaker Services, Hospice Care to Residents in SNFs, Special Coverage Requirements, Data Submission Requirements Under the Hospice Quality Reporting Program, Payment for Physician, Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant Services, Hospice Cap, Direct Inpatient Care, Personnel Definitions

View Sample
View Table of Contents

Member
$195.00

 

Non-Member

$350.00

 

 

 

 


 

HOSPICE - Manager ONESOURCE FOR HOSPICE
This hospice guide will provide basic, up-to-date regulatory information to hospice managers and supervisors. The hospice information included refers to regulations and guidance published by Medicare. This "at-your-fingertips" hospice guide will help you quickly answer staff questions regarding various regulatory issues.

Revised 2021

Produced by The Corridor Group

 

Features:
• Soft cover
• Spiral bound guide

View Sample
View Table of Contents


Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00

 

 

 

 


 

Hospice Medical Director Quickflips
This Quickflips© is written for the Hospice Medical Director. It is a quick reference guide that covers a variety of topics that will assist the medical director in performing her/his professional responsibilities.

Topics included but not limited to:

• Role of the Hospice Medical Director
• Hospice eligibility factors
• Writing the physician narrative
• Face-to-face encounter
• Levels of care
• Disease trajectory and frailty
• Local coverage determinations (LCDs) for eligibility
• Role of the medical director as an IDG member

Revised 2021

Produced by The Corridor Group


View Sample
View Table of Contents

 

Member
$65.00

 

Non-Member

$77.00

 

 

 

 


 

Hospice Medicare COPs & Interpretive Guidelines
The Interpretive Guidelines were established by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) to provide guidance to personnel conducting surveys of hospices. They serve to clarify and/or explain the intent of the regulations not the imposition of additional requirements. The purpose of the protocols and guidelines is to direct the surveyor's attention to avenues of investigation in preparation for the survey, during the survey, and evaluating the survey findings.

Revised 2021

View Sample
View Table of Contents

 

Member
$195.00

 

Non-Member

$350.00


 

 

 

 


 

HQRP OneSource for Hospice
This hospice guide examines both components of the Medicare mandatory Hospice Quality Reporting Program: the Hospice Item Set and the Hospice Experience of Care Survey.


Includes:
• Soft copy, spiral bound guide

Produced by The Corridor Group

 

Member
$225.00

 

Non-Member

$268.00

 

 

 

 


 

Hospice Quickflips©
Hospice Quickflips © can be used as a reference for documentation, hospice eligibility, including LCDs, IDT basics (including the physician role), HIS, criteria for respite, GIP and continuous care. This resource can be a teaching tool for new employees and hospice managers. Revised 2021.

Produced by The Corridor Group

 

Features:
• Pocket size, spiral bound
• Easy to use

View Sample
View Table of Contents

 

Member
$40.00

 

Non-Member

$47.00

 

 

 

 


 

Survey OneSource for Hospice
The Survey OneSource for Hospice includes CoP Compliance Tool with condition, standard and tag numbers, paper and electronic versions of three audit tools. Included are a Clinical Record Audit Tool updated with questions regarding Face to Face documentation, Personnel Record Audit Tool and a Contract Audit Tool. These audit tools provide a way for your organization to assess your compliance with Medicare and many state regulations. The CD contains electronic versions of the audit tools that automatically calculate the percent compliance for each record audited and rolls up to a summary sheet for up to ten (10) records.

Produced by The Corridor Group

Revised 2021

 

Includes:
• Hard copy in three ring binder
• USB for duplication of audit tools

View Table of Contents and Sample Pages

 

Member
$555.00

 

Non-Member

$665.00

 

 

 

 


 

2021 ICD-10-CM Expert Home Health and Hospice with Guidelines (Spiral) NEW!
The 2021 ICD-10-CM Expert for Home Health and Hospice with Guidelines, with our hallmark features and format, makes facing the challenge of accurate diagnosis coding easier. Use the codebook that contains the complete ICD-10-CM code set and the familiar Optum360 coding and reimbursement alerts for home health and hospice, including color bars and symbols that identify diagnosis codes for case mix, non-routine supplies, and non-cancer hospice diagnoses. Now with coding tips and definitions specific to home health and hospice.

Features:
Complete list of code changes. All 2021 new, revised, and deleted codes listed in the front of the book.
Coding Tips. Specific coding tips for home health and hospice care.
Supplementary Appendixes. Additional information covering home health and hospice prospective payment systems, quality initiatives, OASIS-C1, and case mix groups.
Case Mix Quick Pick Cards. These handy 8.5” x 11” inch laminated cards identify case mix diagnoses, non-routine supply diagnoses, and non-cancer hospice diagnoses.

View Sample

 

Member
$180.00

 

Non-Member

$220.00

 

 

 

 


Medicare CoP & Interpretive Guidelines
This resource includes the new Medicare Conditions of Participation and Interpretive Guidelines with the corresponding G Tags which are used by surveyors when determining compliance with the CoPs. These survey guidelines have been updated to correspond with the COPs. The interpretive guidelines have changed significantly since the last revision. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services did not include any: probe questions, pre-survey activities, or forms for survey protocols in their interpretive guidance. Explanations of the types of surveys are included in the beginning of the resource.

View Sample
View Table of Contents

Member
$195.00

 

Non-Member

$350.00

 

 

 

 


 

PDGM Survival TOOLKit NEW!


Get Ready, Be Prepared and Survive PDGM!

Easy to follow guide includes clear explanations and guidance on the complexities of PDGM.

Toolkit includes: Examples, Survival Tips, and Downloadable Forms for Agency use.

Format:
Spiral-bound Softcover w/ Flash Drive

 

 

Member
$299.00

 

Non-Member

$399.00

 

 

 

 


 

OASIS-D Guidance Manual Pocket Guide
This pocket-sized guide is Chapter 3 of the CMS OASIS-D1 Guidance Manual (effective January 1, 2020). This handy guide will fit into the clinician's bag so that they can easily access the OASIS-D1 Guidance if a question arises while completing the OASIS "M", "GG", and "J" items. The guide contains the item-by-item guidance for all the OASIS items.


Produced by The Corridor Group



 

Member
$65.00

 

Non-Member

$77.00

 

 

 

 


Palliative Care Nursing: Quality Care to the End of Life

Palliative Care Nursing, Fifth Edition, delivers advanced empirical, aesthetic, ethical and personal knowledge. This new edition brings an increased focus on outcomes, benchmarking progress, and goals of care. It expounds upon the importance of the cross-disciplinary collaboration introduced in the previous edition. Every chapter in Sections I, II, and III includes content written by a non-nursing member of the interprofessional team. Based on best-evidence and clinical practice guidelines, this text presents comprehensive, targeted interventions responsive to the needs of palliative and hospice patients and family. Each chapter contains compassionate, timely, appropriate, and cost-effective care for diverse populations across the illness trajectory.

New to The Fifth Edition:

  • An expanded chapter on Palliative Care incorporates most up to date scope and standards, information on Basic and Advanced HPNA certification, self-reflection and self-care for nurses.
  • A chapter on Interprofessional Collaboration
  • Instructor Resources: Power points and Test bank


View Sample
View Table of Contents

Member
$160.00

 

Non-Member

$185.00

 

 

 

 


QAPI OneSource for Home Health
This home health QAPI resource will prepare your agency with a foundation of how to chose Performance Improvement Projects (PIP), gather data, analyze the data, and make the "real life" enhancements to improve patient care processes and organizational efficiency. There are two sample QAPI projects with examples of the Performance Improvement Projects (PIPs).

Includes:
• Hard copy, spiral bound guide

Produced by The Corridor Group.


Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00

 

 

 

 


QAPI OneSource for Hospice
This hospice QAPI resource will prepare your hospice with a foundation of how to choose Performance Improvement Projects (PIP), gather data, analyze the data, and make the "real life" enhancements to improve patient care processes and organizational efficiencies. There are two sample QAPI projects with examples of the Performance Improvement Projects (PIPs). Sample forms included: Hospice Prioritization of Important Processes to assess which processes need to be improved, QAPI Data Collection Audit Tool, Performance Improvement Project Form and PDSA Worksheet for testing incremental change. Revised 2021.


Includes:
• Soft cover, spiral bound guide

Produced by The Corridor Group



View Sample
View Table of Contents

Member
$354.00

 

Non-Member

$425.00

 

 

 

 


Revving Up Referrals (Electronic Copy)
Electronic PDF Format only: This manual is specifically for the private duty, licensed, non-medical, or companion care sales and marketing professional. This is the ONLY written material specific to home care target markets that also gives you common objections AND the words to say to overcome those objections to get the referral or client!
Produced by HomeCare Sales


View Sample
View Table of Contents

Member
$255.00 - Full Manual (PDF)

 

Non-Member

$304.00 - Full Manual (PDF)

 

 

 

 


Therapy Quickflips NEW!
Therapy Quickflips © can be used as a reference for documentation and home health eligibility which impact reimbursement and quality outcomes. This resource can be a teaching tool for new therapy employees and therapy supervisors. Includes guidance for maintenance therapy documentation and criteria for skilled therapy services.

Member
$65.00

 

Non-Member

$77.00

 

 

 

 


 

Title 22 & CoP Side by Side
UPDATED AS A RESULT OF THE MEDICARE CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION THAT CHANGED AND THE DEFINITION UNDER TITLE 22 FOR SOCIAL WORKERS. Currently in effect.

Our best selling resource, this matrix provides a side by side comparison for home health agencies of Title 22 Regulations and the Medicare Conditions of Participation, including OASIS.

 

Key areas this resource focuses on:
Definitions and Qualifications for Clinicians
Comprehensive Assessment
Discharge Planning
OASIS Data
Care Planning and Coordination of Services
Quality of Services
Skilled Professional Services
Home Health Aide Services
Emergency Preparedness

 


View Sample
View Table of Contents

 

Member
$195.00

 

Non-Member

$350.00

 

 

 

 


 

 

 California Association for Health Services at Home
 3780 Rosin Court, Suite 190 | Sacramento, CA 95834
 Phone 916.641.5795 | Fax: 916.641.5881

 Copyright © 2021 - All rights reserved
Contact Us  |   Privacy Policy  |   Conditions of Use