Assign appropriate E/M codes for the following five cases: • Initial consultation is performed for a 78-year-old woman with unexplained weight loss, abdominal pain, and rectal bleeding. A comprehensive history and examination is performed. This patient is a new patient and it is necessary to get the patients health and family history. Since the patient is a new patient she needs a comprehensive amount of data. It is very important to get the history to figure out what may be causing these symptoms.
This essay will focus on inter-professional working in health and social care delivery. The history of inter-professional working will be explored. The nature and types of evidence underpinning inter-professional working focusing on the practice area of protection of vulnerable adults will be discussed. The range of factors that promote and create barriers to inter-professional working will be discussed. The implications of this essay will be discussed in relation to my future practice as a qualified Social Worker as a member of an inter-professional team.
It described in great detail all the long nights of drug use and partying. I felt like I had been up all night with Kristina. The ending was not at all predictable. When Kristina returns to her mom's house to get clean from the drugs and to have the baby you believe that she will succeed. After she talks to her mother about not being able to provide for the baby and how difficult it was to love him, she decides to give the baby to her mother to adopt and raise.
Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Assignment composition Assignment overview In this assessment you will explore aspects of employment law, your role and responsibilities in respect of employment practices and present an issue of public concern that has occurred within either the health, social care or children’s and young people’s sector. Additionally, you will create a career plan which reflects on your continuing professional development and related learning and possible future qualification opportunities. Tasks There are four tasks to this assignment. A Short answer questions B Your work role C Career pathway D Presentation or report This is a summary of the evidence required for the unit. Task Evidence Learning outcomes covered A Short answer questions 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 B Your work role 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 C Career pathway 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 D Presentation or report 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4 Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Assignment mark sheet Candidate name Candidate number Centre name Centre number Task A Evidence Results Short answer questions Total marks available 12 Mark Achieved Passed Y/N B Your work role Passed Y/N C Career pathway Passed Y/N D Presentation or report Passed Y/N I can confirm that the evidence listed for this unit is my own work and was carried out under the conditions and context specified in the assessment specification.
Principles of health and social care practice In this essay I will be describing the principles and outlining the procedures that are needed to safeguard colleagues and service users from harm I will also state the relevance of legislation, regulations, code of practice and policies and procedures, while defining the importance of them. The theories are also relevant to health and social care; I will state what theory is and how we benefit from inter-professional working also the impact it has on individuals and services what our roles and responsibilities are in an outside work settings. The principles of care provides the foundation upon which the principles of practices are applied, values are subjective and varies from people and culture. Service users should feel valued and recognised as an individual, promoting their rights in a way that enables the service user’s choices, involving them in making decisions to meet their needs taking in perspective their rights to be treated with dignity, and have their privacy and confidentiality respected Data Protection Act (1998) states organisations are legally required to do this, information must be shared only on a need to know basis example if a service user is a danger to themselves or others even if there is a risk to the health and welfare of the care worker etc, then information must be disclosed otherwise personal records must be kept confidential, service users have the right to access information that is stored about them Access to information Act (1985) and freedom of information act (2000) suggest that. Independence must be promoted so that with support they will feel empowered to take control of their own lives, Care workers must engage constantly with diverse ethnic groups to broaden their learning to implement better skills in practice.
With some encouragement Mrs m attempted to put her feet on the bottom of the stand aid, the senior carer prompted Mrs M that she was safe and that we wouldn’t let her fall, she stood behind her whilst I was transferring her on the stand aid to the commode. Safely she had sat on the commode, reassured we explained we were going to use the same procedure to get back in bed. Mrs M thanked us both for being patient and understanding and making her feel safe. Mrs M returned back to sleep until
Discuss the importance of research in health and social care To support care information gathered from research can be used by health care proffesionals so they can give the best possible care and treatment. It is important to ensure that the right people have access to the right information at the right time so they can provide you with the right care. To improve health and social care services for everyone Information is used for purposes beyond your direct care: Commissioning The people who plan health and care services (commissioners) need good information about the types of illnesses people have and the treatments they receive, as well as the result of that care or treatment. They can then check to make sure that people are getting the services that are right for them. Public health Some information is used for public health.
Health and Social Care Assignment UNIT 8 - UNDERSTAND HEALTH AND SAFETY IN SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW In this assignment you will demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of health and safety in social care settings. You will use case studies to show your awareness of the legislative framework, identify hazards and assess levels of risk. You will demonstrate your awareness of the use of care or support plans and risk assessment in social care. You will investigate topical issues, examine incidents and make assessments of the appropriateness of the actions taken and you will prepare materials to enhance the safety awareness of others. You will benefit from undertaking practical courses relating to moving and handling, food safety and first aid.
1. Promote good practice in handling information in health and social care settings Look at the following legislations - Data Protection Act - Information Act - Carers Code of Practice - Caldicott Principles - Human Rights Act In private life, only if it threatens public or national security Section 60 of this Act Gives authority to the Secretary of State for Health; the power to regulations, to authorize or require health services to disclose patient information, including data which is a patient identification to support. - Care Standards Act 2. Describe features of manual and electronic information storage system that help ensure security? - Understand how to handle information in social care settings.
Introduction In this essay I will define the concepts of inequality, accessibility and community participation in health care. I will also discuss these concepts and explain their origins in relation to the Ottawa Charter and the Declaration of Alma Ata. Furthermore I will provide examples of how these concepts are being addressed in New Zealand health policy. Inequality in Health Discussion and Definition of the Concept Within New Zealand significant inequalities in health exist. The reasons for these inequalities are linked with socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender and the geographical area in which people live.