Entry/Transition/Exit Checklist

Entry/Transition/Exit Checklist

Entry Checklist RTC & Outpatient:

  • Client must provide insurance information or lack thereof
  • Admissions Manager will submit the insurance to the billing company to receive a VOB
  • Admissions Manager will discuss cash pay rate and potential payment plans should client not have insurance
  • Admissions Manager will discuss the financial responsibilities and results of VOB with potential clients prior to prescreen.
  • Admissions Manager will schedule and complete a prescreen in the electronic PHI system to rule out immediate inclusionary or exclusionary information.
  • Should client be deemed inclusionary they will be transferred to an appropriate licensed professional for scoring and assessment in a CDA/BPS
  • Should client be deemed exclusionary on the above they will be referred through the Admissions Managers support to an appropriate facility
    • Exclusionary criteria for admission into Residential, PHP, and IOP levels of care includes; aggressive or sexual crime within the last 10 years, active suicidal or homicidal ideation or intent, a non-ambulatory client, reports of active visual or auditory hallucinations, non English speaking person served, immediate need for detoxification, client requirement/request of controlled prescription MAT.
    • Exclusionary criteria for admission to Detox care includes: aggressive or sexual crime within the last 10 years, active suicidal or homicidal ideation or intent, a non-ambulatory client, reports of active visual or auditory hallucinations, delirium tremens, medical complications not able to be handled by this facility, non English speaking person served, and any person scoring at a level 4 ASAM needing hospitalization care for stabilization prior to admit, and any person deemed inappropriate for any and all other reasoning determined by the Medical Director.
  • Following completion of CDA/BPS by a licensed professional client will be scored and deemed appropriate for the scored level of care based on integrated diagnostics
  • If the client has been found suitable through all of these steps, they will be admitted to the level of care they have appropriately been assessed for.
  • Clients will never be denied or allowed access solely based on race, gender, age, sexual orientation, sexual identity, gender identity, religion, cultural background, or other similar discriminatory factors.

Transition & Exit Checklist:

  • Clients will be educated to admit on the measures necessary to gauge appropriate transition requirements from their admitted level of care.
  • Clients will be required to complete the handbook identified for the level of care they’ve admitted at.
  • Should a client relapse in symptoms or be deemed as in need of a higher level of care during current treatment they will discuss these recommendations with their clinician.
  • Should a client improve in treatment they will be assessed and scored by their clinician for a lower level of care or referral out which will be discussed with the client by their clinician
  • Client is required to attend at least 30-days minimum, recommendation of residential for a recognition of standard success in completed time.
    • Should a client excel in this level of care and be assessed by their clinician at a lower level of care need prior to 30-days this will be discussed with the client by their clinician
  • Client is required to attend at least 6-weeks minimum of partial hospitalization programming to be considered successful
    • Should a client excel in this level of care and be assessed by their clinician at a lower level of care need prior to 30-days this will be discussed with the client by their clinician
  • Clients will have the opportunity to participate in a transition or exit ceremony should they desire where staff, friends, and family attend
  • Clients will never be denied or allowed access solely based on race, gender, age, sexual orientation, sexual identity, gender identity, religion, cultural background, or other similar discriminatory factors.
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