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best appropriate action plan Know when & how to act on this acquired knowledge once it has been incorporated into their existing knowledge base Communicate their acquired knowledge with others to effectively solve problems and lead patient care continuity. Dayna Canzone, RNExamining the DataHow Can Data Be Accessed & Collected? Electronic Medical RecordPharmacy Records Primary Care Provider Records (if they are not utilizing the same electronic medical record) Nurse to Nurse verbal report prior to patient transfer Verbal report of the patient & accompanying family if applicableWhat Information Can Be Obtained ? Prior medical & psychiatric history Including past hospitalizations & Emergency Room Evaluations Prescribed medications (Inpatient & Outpatient)Currently & Previously Prescribed Medications Clinical rationale for any possible alterations in medication regimen Prior response to treatment & Level of engagement Prior personal interactions with peers & staff Risk Profile History Examples: Self-Injury, Aggression, Suicidal Ideation, Elopement RiskInformed Patient Care ImplementationPrior to Admission