will result in additional cross-checking work prior to being able to direct visitors to answer questions about a patient's care. Hospital administration is considering this change as a way to enhance patient-centered care. How should this change be evaluated to determine if it is successful? 2 points compare quality care metrics of medication reconciliation pre-policy and post-policy change compare quality care metrics between the acute hospital and the skilled nurse facility compare patient satisfaction metrics between pre-policy and post-policy change compare clinical staff satisfaction metrics between pre-policy and post-policy change As part of the new innovation on the medication reconciliation process, three nurses on different shifts are using the new medication reconciliation form. This task represent which step of the PDSA model?
2 points Planning a change. Pilot testing a change. Implementing a tested change. Sustaining a change. As part of the new innovation on the medication reconciliation process, all nurses on the units begin using the new medication reconciliation form. Using the PDSA model, this is an example of: 2 points Planning for a change. Pilot testing a change. Implementing a tested change. Sustaining a change An acute care hospital wants to reduce readmission rates based on medication reconciliation and non-compliance. When charged with developing an innovation regarding educating patients on discharge medications, who would be best to designate the leader for this clinically- based innovation? 2 points Social Worker Advance Practice Nurse Physician Pharmacist In reflecting on the role of MSN mentor, which of the following statements is not true? 2 points
The mentor nurtures and develops the mentee’s capacity for self-reflection and self-direction. Mentoring relationships are task focused; when the tasks are completed the relationship comes to a close. A mentor who understands how to provide vision and how to support and challenge the mentee can help the mentee grow and develop. The mentoring relationship is a learning partnership that focuses on developing the mentee’s abilities and thinking. Some preceptors are also mentors; being a mentor is not dependent on being a preceptor. The MSN leader knows that by focusing on the patient, the Quality Improvement (QI) team can achieve the IHI Triple Aim. The Triple Aim is, simply stated, to create: 2 points Better outcomes, great patient experiences, and reduced costs Higher revenues, reduced turnover, and lower costs Better outcomes, reduced costs, and higher revenues Lower revenues, higher costs, and lower patient satisfaction In interpreting the run chart below, all of the following are true except: 2 points
More than a year of data is represented in the chart.
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