Team-Based Health Care Delivery Paper

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Patient case: A 65 year old resident is admitted to a Skilled Long Term Care Facility for a hip fracture. The resident has a Wound Vac and open wound upon admission to the Nursing Facility. The resident is due to receive Physical therapy and rehabilitation and go home. The resident must also receive wound care once per shift from the wound nurse or floor nurse depending on the shift. The resident is an alcoholic and is married with four children. The resident comes from a low income housing area with multiple flights of stairs and the housing area does not have handicap accessible apartments. Resident has Medicaid and Medicare at the time of admission the resident has not had a 60 day well stay and cannot use his Medicare to pay for…show more content…
The resident has a great social structure and encouragement as the resident is visited by friends and family on a daily bases and is loved by all who meets him. The resident has a room with a bed and television as to help him feel more at home the family is ask to provide the resident with favorite pillows, pictures and other items to make the room be a better environment. The resident is very restless and unsettled no matter the effort put in by those that are around the resident. He is angry at himself and the world but can’t express this feeling the resident is lashing out at all the staff and even the family that is so lovingly caring for him. The resident is in a place where he has access to all the healthcare that he needs. The resident will be receiving preventive care form all the departments to help steer clear of a repeat episode when the resident returns to home. The resident is receiving a lot of physical activates as to push the resident into success in returning home. The resident has one last issue that will not only effect recover but will in the long wrong create more issues. This is the alcoholism that the resident is unwilling to part with at this time. Financial and Resource Analysis: There sediment has Medicaid that will pay for all the services in the building including medication. The facility does have to pay for transport for the resident. The resident has Medicare to cover the Therapy as they will pick up on part B. The
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