Competent at anticipating surgeons’ needs during surgeries and ensuring that they are met in a prompt fashion. Proficient in Aseptic Technique with the ability to create and maintain a sterile field. Remain calm and work well under demanding conditions.
Executive Summary of Accreditation Audit June 2012 I prepared and reviewed an accreditation audit for Nightingale Community Hospital to organize and ensure compliance with Joint Commission standards for our hospital. We are preparing for a site visit that should occur within the next 13 months. I have reviewed the current compliance status
Healthcare with a Heart Highlands Regional Medical Center (HRMC) is a hospital with multiple departments experienced in the care and healing of patients. HRMC is dedicated to creating a healthcare system that is patient oriented with a strong structure and impeccable staffing who understand and share empathy with their patients needs.
Patient-centered care focuses on the patient as the source of control and allows them to partner with their health care team to ensure open lines of communication. The health care team respects the patient’s preferences values, and needs. (Drenkard, 2014) Patient-centered care replaces the current physician centered health care system with a more patient focused health care system. Everything from a patient’s plan of care to the architectural design of a hospital is patient friendly. It encompasses not only the interpersonal efforts of the physician but it is a collaborate effort of the
phase of perioperative care beginning with the decision to perform surgery and continuing until the client reaches the operating area. Starts off whether the patient wants to perform the surgery then continues until the patient reaches the operating area. When a patient is admitted into ambulatory surgery or short before surgery the time for preoperative assessment, nursing diagnoses, and evaluation of the nursing management may be limited. It’s important to recognize the patient’s immediate preoperative needs. Although, the preparation for the surgery is still required by the nursing process. Assessment: in preoperative care it requires a complete assessment of the patient. The assessments differ based on the importance of the surgery and
The clinic manager’s role in this process change will be to educate the staff on the importance of this change and why this change needs to happen. The manager will also be responsible for monitoring staff engagement and if the patients are receiving this education. The manager is the one who has the power to get this project off the ground. The manager’s interest in the change is to increase the clinics patient satisfaction and to ensure that the patients receive the education. The manager will be the person responsible for maintaining the information on the Internet with the clinic-specific information.
The Patient Self-Determination Act is derived from the understanding that people should be given knowledge that will make them to give wishes for the extent of medical treatment they wish to receive if they incase become incapacitated. The Power of Attorney for Health Care is taken from the later to meet the wishes of the incapacitated in the state. The document power of attorney is legalized and therefore allows you to choose someone who can make decision for you in case your health condition has worsened and you are unable to decide anything by yourself concerning your health.
Secondly, I will be proactive to follow up on all my patients in efforts to determine how they are faring on with the treatment. The proactive measure would, in turn, encourage the patients to take better care of themselves and also instill them with the knowledge that despite their underserved status the healthcare fraternity cares about them. Lastly, I would strive to participate in many of the communal activities including by practicing in public health systems and community health centers or volunteer in local free clinics that provide charity care to patients who are unable to pay, in addition, to develop leadership skills and experience in organizing the health care delivery to meet the patients’
This week I have learned how important it is to perform self evaluation and constantly refreshing the knowledge of professional behavior. As one of our discussion subjects, patient autonomy was discussed this week. We take great measures not to violate out patient’s autonomy. However, I learned the hard way how one can unintentionally violate patient’s autonomy, and what are the consequences to do so. I was temping in our other office, and I was running behind because my patient had a hyperglycemic episode. My days usually going smooth, so this time, I got thrown of my game. The next patient who was already waiting 20 minutes, finally got into the treatment room, and after checking probing records, medical history and asking about any current
To have effective nursing practices we need to be more patient-centered when providing our care. In essence, patient-centered care is built on the principle that, the values of the patient ought to guide all clinical decisions that are made by Registered Nurses while attending to their patient’s medical needs. All to these nine concepts and attribute them to their practice. These nine concepts are: professionalism, leadership, critical thinking, advocacy/social justice, culture competency, caring, teaching/learning, communication, and research. Nurses should adhere to these concepts to be able to provide the best patient-centered care. Therefore, I believe in patient-centered care where clinical decisions are made in consultation with patients
Throughout my experiences in healthcare, I have come to develop a patient-centered philosophy regarding the future of healthcare and the doctor I would like to become. I have seen first hand the benefits of treating a patient as a whole, and focusing on a patient’s well being through showing compassion and understanding, in order to improve a patient’s quality of care and outcome, which I believe is crucial in the future of healthcare.
Empowerment of Education Angalic Herd, SMA Confucius once said “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” I believe that he was onto something when he said this. I feel that when searching for your career path is important to find something you’re passionate about, something that fulfills you. This is why I have chosen to study to become a Medical Assistant. When I was a few years younger, I worked as a caregiver for the elderly. This was at times very tiring and heartbreaking work but at the end of the day it was so satisfying to go home knowing I had been able to bring others happiness and comfort. There is nothing like seeing the difference
Discussion In these current times of health care, patient satisfaction and safety are imperative in order for care to be provided. Hourly/Intentional rounding amplifies the nurse-patient relationship, continuity of care, safety, and service excellence. Intentional rounding or rounding with a purpose can be a success as long as nursing
Empowering Patients First Act Name Institution The principle elements of Empowering Patients First Act include: incentives for individuals to add to well-being bank accounts age-based duty credits for medical coverage scope federal stipends to help states finance protection for "high hazard" populaces an arrangement to permit protection suppliers to offer arranges crosswise over state lines effectively Reforms that make bringing claims against specialists harder, which is planned to "lessen the exorbitant routine of cautious medication."
Stakeholders’ interest, power, and influence The clinic manager’s role in this process change will be to educate the staff on the importance of this change and why this change needs to happen. The manager will also be responsible for monitoring staff engagement and if the patients are receiving this education. The