This is an exceptionally well-organized, complete classroom textbook on non-acute care documentation requirements for students taking undergraduate courses in health information management (HIM) and health information technology (HIT) programs. The only text on documentation requirements for non-acute care facilities, the book contains chapters on ambulatory care, including hospital-based ambulatory care and physician offices, as well as ambulatory care in homes, hospices and correctional facilities. It covers documentation requirements for post acute (subacute) care, long-term care and behavioral health care. The text contains two chapters on documentation requirements for rehabilitation services: physical rehabilitation and chemical dependency rehabilitation. Author Barbara J. Manger, assistant professor in the Health Information Management Program at Kean University, also provides samples of forms used at different sites, information about applicable accreditation standards and their implications, references to official documents and accreditation manuals, a list of abbreviations, and an index.