She addresses the nursing code of ethics, the profession in itself and the nurses’ role in this career. Carol addresses the inappropriate dress code and asks the nurses to reform allowing a limited time for nurses to get their uniforms in order. As an option, she will allocate unit funds to purchase a uniformed color for all the nurses. The call-in and switching of shifts, requesting days off at last minute or requesting a schedule change has now a streamlined process. In order to honor the requests, they must be submitted two weeks in advance.
Jean to attend all medical appointments outlined by the physician | Date Established 10/4/1110/4/1110/4/11 | Projected Completion Date 1-2-12 1-2-12 1-2-12 | | Intervention/Action Counselor to make necessary referrals and follow-up during individual counseling sessions on a weekly basis. | Responsible Person(s) | 1. Counselor | Problem/Symptom: Jean neglects coping skills to help aid her in the caretaking of her husband | Long Term Goal: Jean to learn coping skills | Short Term Goals/Objectives: 1. Jean to learn coping skills, including problem solving and emotional regulation. This will be measured by her demonstrating these skills during therapy sessions 2.
They will double check to make sure all information is the same or if anything needs to be changed, like your address, phone number, and your insurance provider. Some will take a copy of your insurance card every time you visit, and some will take it only when you change your policy. A new or established patient can sign an assignment of benefits statement so the physicians can submit the claim for the patient and receive the money faster and save the patient from doing all the
Unit 207 Task A Ai) Person centered values means treating the clients as individuals making sure that they are being treated with dignity and respect, making sure that they have there privacy, and that they have their independence, we need to make sure to give clients a choice of different things and that they have a right to choose them, we also need to recognise that working with professionals is partnership not a relationship. Aii) It is important for care workers because we want to treat our clients as individuals and they way you want to be treated. The main reason why it is important is because it is a law requirement, they come from different acts such as, Human Rights Act 1998, Health and Social Care Act 2008 and the Codes of Practice. Care Quality Commission got the essentials standards from the Health and Social Care Act. If the person centered value are all being followed correctly then the clients should feel happy and content.
Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice Know how to address dilemmas that may arise between an individuals rights and the duty of care Know how to recognise and handle comments and complaints Know how to recognise and handle incidents errors and Duty of Care is defined simply as a legal obligation to Always act in the best interest of individuals and others Not act or fail to act in a way that results in harm Act within your competence and not take on anything you do not believe you can safely do. As a care worker you owe a duty of care to the people you support your colleagues your employer yourself and the public interest. Everyone has a duty of care – it is not something that you can opt out of.
I choose the articles for Cerner, for the fact that my employer recently bought a contract with the company. I have grown accustomed to the changes, and know the pros and cons of the software. “Cerner is an integrated database that provides a comprehensive set capabilities allowing health care to electronically store, capture and access patient health information in both acute and ambulatory care setting.” (www.medicalrecords.com Feb. 2012). With this system our facility is able to keep up with the patients’ history even if they were not seen for years. This complex new system has ways of looking up patient history and pharmaceutical information if a drug is not known.
If any staff can not attend there will be minutes notes written up after meeting and you will receive a copy along with staff who attended any questions in relation to anything brought up in the meeting can be answered by the Practice manger of the Practice Doctors. 6. Is there an alternative date/ time/ venue if necessary? If for any reason the Mall Surgery is unavailable the meeting will be held at the House Surgery in Bunbury Street all staff will be notified of the change by either message or phone call. 7.
Unit 721 Plan and organise meetings Understand the arrangements and actions required for planning and organising meetings 1.1 The person planning and organising the meeting must look at organising many different aspects such as date/time, booking a room if required, organising refreshments if necessary and agenda. I usually plan and organise the meetings for the staff, residents and RGN’s. The staff and RGN’s have regular monthly meetings and the residents are every 6 months, where I invite the resident’s family members and friends via a poster in the nursing home or letters to family members. 1.2 There are different types of meetings such as Annual Appraisal meetings which look at what the employee has achieved over the last year and what to look to plan over the next year ahead, Disciplinary meetings which are to investigate and problem solve foe employers and employees, Supervision meetings which tend to be one to one meetings between an employee and their next in line and Staff meetings which are used to inform a whole team of any new information such as briefings, consultations and changes to processes. 1.3 I usually meet up with my manager and write up a preliminary itinerary of what will be the main aims and objectives for the staff meeting.
Promoting services user’s choice and rights to the best of your ability. You would be responsible for assessing possible risks. You must remain professional throughout you role making sure you are ad-hearing to confidentiality, keeping up to date and accurate records of the care you have or are providing to service users. If you are not sure about any part of your work you or have concerns then you must speak to the manager straight away to make sure that no mistakes are made. Duty of care is central to all that you do at work, it is not something extra.
This also means doing everything in their power to keep patients safe from harm. Exercising duty of care is a legal requirement and would be tested in court should there be a case of negligence or malpractice. Patients have the right to expect when support is provided they will be kept safe and not be put at risk. Duty of care applies to all professionals who work with people. By thinking about the duty of care that we owe patients when panning our work, we can consider what we are doing is in the best interest of the patient.