An acute care hospital wants to change their information sharing policy . They currently share the following information with patients only :
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An acute care hospital wants to change their information sharing policy. They currently share the following information with patients only:

diagnoses, care planning, medications, activity, and discharge information. The change to the HIPAA privacy policy will enable personal health information to be shared with any person a patient designates permission to have access. Clinical staff members are concerned because expandingaccess to patient information 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?A. compare quality care metrics of medication reconciliation pre-policy and post-policy changeB. compare quality care metrics between the acute hospital and the skilled nurse facilityC compare patient satisfaction metrics between pre-policy and post-policy changeD. compare clinical staff satisfaction metrics between pre-policy and post-policy change
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