The strained relationship with his only child could isolate Mr. Trosack and could lead to depression. The nurses and doctors on the team has to work with Mr. Trosack regarding health education. The importance of regular check-ups needs to be stressed, because Mr. Trosack hadn’t had a physical exam in ten years and he had expired medications in his medicine cabinet. He was diagnosed with hypertension and non-insulin-dependent diabetes and will need to further education. Mr. Trosack will need to know how to manage hypertension and diabetes through medication, diet, and exercise.
Case Study: Mr.Trosack In reading Mr. Trosack’s case review it seems the most important healthcare issue’s to address initially are: His newly diagnosed Hypertension and Diabetes, the new medications that he will be discharged with and his ability to self-administer, His increased risk for falls and his post-operative mobility and future mobility in general. Newly diagnosed Disease processes are sometimes difficult for an elderly person to accept. They often are in denial of diagnosis and would prefer to ignore this. There is often a fear of loss of independence and autonomy. This can cause depression, a sense loss or hopelessness and non-compliance with new medication regiments and new self-care practices.
ETHICS CASE STUDY BRANDI M C UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX In healthcare many things go off of ethics, every healthcare worker has to understand that. In this case study Jerry Mccall has to decide whether to call in a medication refill without consulting the doctor first. Many things need to be considered like legal consequences, patient complications, consequences for Dr. Williams. All of these could have grave consequences for Jerry. In this case study Jerry Mccall takes a call asking for a prescription refill, the person requesting the refill isn’t a normal patient of Dr. Williams he states he is a close friend.
Unit 4222-301 promote communication in health, social care or children’s and young people setting (shc 31) Outcomes 1 understand why effective communication is important in the work setting. 1.1 People communicate to: Share thoughts and ideas- When our clients share thoughts and ideas they are being given the chance to express themselves freely. Our clients will have ideas and thoughts that they need to share by doing this they are able to grow in confidence and self-esteem; we should always listen to a client’s ideas even if they are incorrect as this will encourage a service to share further ideas and thoughts. * Feedback and reflection encourages mental stimulation * Track development * Diagnose problems early * Express needs and feelings * Gain reassurance and acknowledgement * To express needs and wishes * To gain and to share ideas and information * To reassure * To express feelings and/or concerns * To build relationships and socialise * To ask questions * To share experiences 1.2 Communication is essential to all parts of work and is an essential skill for workers who want to do well in their setting. This communication can be between adults or children.
Healthcare Issues As the discharge planner for Mr. Trosack, I will need to address several issues before I can safely send him home. He has had several new diagnoses while in the hospital for a fractured hip, and the hip fracture will be the first issue I will address. He will not have the mobility he had before his fall and even though he wants to be independent, he will continue to have issues at home that needs to be addressed. Second, he has been diagnosed with diabetes, and he is in denial about this. He and his family feel that he will be able to control his blood sugar level with diet alone.
A carer or family member can share information with you about how you can best communicate with an individual A.4 Identify three ways of working that help improve partnership working 1. Openness, trust and honesty between partners 2. Agreed shared goals and values 3. Regular communication between each other
Information is shared with other partnerships for the benefit of the client. When partnerships form and work together all the information should help to build a bigger picture of the client’s life. Each partnership may see different things in their visits to the client. By working together they may implement and plan for all needs not just one that maybe seen by one professional. For the partnership to work they need to have good communication both written and oral, build respect, understanding, have a good rapport, share information and
Broader experience and continuing research into the characteristics of primary care practices with regard to the implementation of EMR systems is required in order to understand and gain full value from EMR systems. When an innovative tool provides benefits such as enhanced clinical efficiencies, greater control over work, and improved job satisfaction, there is little doubt that the implementation of the tool would be considered a success. If these benefits are consistent products of the implementation, the users are not only far more likely to adjust to the requirements that the tool demands, but are also more likely to exploit its capability, adapt its functionality, and maximize its
This ensures that the individual young person who is in our care is placed at the centre. The team should share a common purpose and vision to improve the young person’s life. Effective partnership working involves many features including * Trust * Empathy * Respect for the skills and contribution of colleagues * Communication * Effective listening skills * Realistic expectations * Clear objectives * Honesty * Working to agreed practices * Maintenance of balance between task and relationship orientation There are various theories relating to effective partnership working. These include areas such as
Meaning that HHS will have the ability to exchange information from state to state. This would be very beneficial for clients as well, especially is clients move from state to state. The different states would be able to, not only exchange information, they will also be able to use the information to make better