Registered nurse Mark Aquino recently released his tell-all guide to cultivating a rewarding, lucrative career in home health—OASIS Ninja: A Home Health Nurse’s Guide to Visits, Documentation, and Positive Patient Outcomes. This insightful book highlights the value of home health and the many reasons this medical specialty is often overlooked.
Book cover of OASIS Ninja
OASIS Ninja is a comprehensive roadmap that teaches nurses how to use the Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS). From developing a plan of care to using active listening with patients, this detailed reference reinforces technical and soft skills that are essential for home health. Each chapter builds in increments to ensure that even new nursing graduates can understand all there is to know about the OASIS system.
With simple language that’s accessible at all experience levels, readers can build an understanding of OASIS without the pressure of encountering such a complex system for the first time with real patients. Aquino draws upon his own expertise in the field to answer common questions such as “What Is OASIS #E-1?” and “What Is Home Health Occupational Therapy?”
Nurses continue to praise OASIS Ninja as an indispensable resource for both new and seasoned home health professionals, writing that Aquino’s work is “a great resource for any stage of a nursing career.” In glowing reviews, readers praise the thoughtful design of the book and the strong emphasis on patient care.
OASIS Ninja: A Home Health Nurse’s Guide to Visits, Documentation, and Positive Patient Outcomes is available for purchase on Amazon.com or wherever books are sold.
Mark Aquino is a registered nurse and author with a passion for promoting the field of home health. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Health Administration from West Coast University, he began his career in home health and hospice care. Aquino’s experiences inspired him to write OASIS Ninja, a guide that helps nurses provide superior patient care in home health. He lives and writes in California. Visit him online at oasisninja.com.