Chapter 14 Organizing Patient Care Notes

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Chapter 14: Organizing Patient Care Traditional Delivery Methods Primary nursing o Relationship-based nursing o Concepts of total patient care – RN at the bedside o Primary nurse assumes 24-hour responsibility and authority for specific patients from admission to discharge o RN: care manager; LPN: care provider; CNA: shares care responsibilities Case Management o A collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet and individual’s health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality cost-effective outcomes o Use of clinical pathways and multidisciplinary action plans o MAP= critical pathway with a nursing care plan, times when nursing interventions should occur. ATI Chapter 2: Coordinating Care Nursing Role within the interdisciplinary team o Qualities needed by the nurse for effective collaboration include: Good communication skills Assertiveness Conflict negotiation skills
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  • Fall '13
  • Nursing, Health care provider, Coordination of Care, Organizing Patient Care

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