Providing a therapeutic activity for a patient in long term care Health Care: Graded Unit 1 F0KF 34 March 2012 Contents Introduction Page 3 Planning Stage Page 4-9 Development Stage Page 10-13 Introduction As part of my Higher National Certificate course in healthcare I am required to provide evidence of achieving the following principle aims in the form of a graded unit;
Standard 2 Sub-clause 2.2 (Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, 2016). Communicates effectively, and is respectful of a person’s dignity, culture, values, beliefs and rights As a Registered Nurse is a crucial component to ensure that there is effective communication between the nurse and patient. As well as being respectful to the
As a HNC Health Care student I am required to provide evidence of the following principal aims and objectives: to integrate knowledge, theory and practice, to develop and apply a broad knowledge and skills and to have an individual patient/client focus in my practice. To achieve all of the above I am required to complete project in a form of Graded Unit which consists of three stages: planning, development and evaluation.
Industrial improvement science (IPS) advises where possible to rigorously pursue the customer or the case of this paper – patient, ‘value’ in as much service planning as possible: many of the processes that provide little or no value to the patient are usually the cause of wasted time, resources, capacity and finance and can in places lead to sources of potential harm that take away from the improving health agenda. In order to really understand what provides value, quality and high level care to the patient, we need to consider improvements from the patient’s perspective, as they are the expert by experience.
Literature Review The health care industry is one of the most dynamic and delicate industries in the U.S. having experienced healthy and substantial changes for the last thirty years most of which have aimed to improve health care management and services delivery to the patients. The changes have enabled the integration of technology into the industry such as in the area of informatics, science and research and payment services and clinical treatments. The health care sector has introduced various changes to address disease and health care management such as the Modernization Act of 2003, the Patient Protection Act and Affordable Act, which aim at improving health provision and most
| 13 | b) Evaluate measures which may be used to inform patients of their rights and responsibilities and recommend areas for improvement within your organisation……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Meaningful use sets specific objectives that eligible professionals or hospitals must achieve to qualify for the incentives. Incentives will be offered until 2015. Grants for training centers for the personnel required to support the HIT infrastructure were established.
An important characteristic when it comes to marketing strategies is that the company’s values line up and support the mission and vision declaration. Healthcare is meant to give superiority services to their community and patients that seek their care. Using Teal Trust’s behavioral norms to create a tactical plan to
others, cooperative working with others, teamwork, influence of personal values and beliefs, awareness of need to develop personal value base to support and promote good practice, awareness of the impact
Four weeks into the observation period, the following has been determined: there are no training protocols for employees, unused job descriptions, an outdated procedure manual, little staff oversight, no formal collection of demographics and statistical patient data, no formal operating/marketing budget, no centralized tracking of monies coming and going, no client follow up, no client engagement, and no staff reviews. While this consulting project will take almost 2 years to complete and will be the focus project of my degree program, the purpose of this assignment at Alverno College, I will focus on the task assessment, addressing: job descriptions, oversight, training, and reviews. Due to the nature of the above tasks and the amount of time for development and testing of implemented tasks, some of the information presented will be theoretical and purely conjecture, at this
Meaningful Use is the improvement of the way we deliver healthcare with the use HER. Several areas of patient care can be improved including how engaged the patient’s family can be in the healthcare process, better outcomes in the clinical setting and the empowerment of the patient to see more than they could in a paper chart.
In the space provided after each term’s definition, summarize a health care management scenario that illustrates the importance of the skill, concept, procedure, or tool to which the term refers. In the scenario, you may wish to consider the following:
The goal of meaningful use is to increase the ability to access relevant data, through automation, that will assist in the pursuit of increased quality and safety, while concurrently decreasing the cost of care (Fleming, 2011).
Risk managers may choose a model of patient care necessitates a particular work design aimed at increasing coordination and opportunities for patient and staff input (Avgar, Givan & Liu, 2011). Questionnaires can be created, distributed and collected so that information can be
Thank you for your feedback on my discussion post. It can be frustrating to take on extra work to meet Meaningful Use requirements; however, many of the requirements are in place to improve quality of care. I would try highlighting the fact that thorough documentation, patient education, and patient assessments