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UCC2 Advanced Information Management & The Application of Technology – Flashcards 76 terms
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HA:3308 HEALTHCARE ORG. II – Flashcards 47 terms
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Daniel Jimmerson
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Sayles, HIMT – Chapter 2 – Purpose and Function of the Health Record – Flashcards 72 terms
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Hospital based OP facilities expected how many hours out of 40 to be generating income (direct patient care)
-31.5/40 hours (78.75%) -41.8 completed visits (roughly 1.04 visits) in a typical workweek
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How many hours of orientation shall be provided before a certified nurse assistant can provide direct patient care?
8 The first eight (8) hours of orientation shall be conducted prior to providing direct patient care
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17. The focus of nursing informatics is: a. direct patient care. b. increasing documentation time. c. the introduction of different EHRs. d. how patient care can be improved.
ANS: D The focus of nursing informatics is not on direct patient care but on how the process of patient care can be improved and patient safety ensured. There are challenges to advancements in IT, such as increased amount of time spent documenting, cost of equipment, protection of patient privacy, use of different EHRs in different facilities, and resistance by health care providers to new technology.
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Clinical professionals who provide direct patient care
Who are the primary users of the health record?
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8. A nursing home executive interviews RNs to fill a full-time position for direct patient care to maintain the standards of elder care. Which nurse should the nursing home hire? a. Nurse from a certified college c. Nurse with 15 years of experience b. Certified gerontological nurse d. Gerontological nurse practitioner
ANS: B A certified gerontological nurse receives education and training to care for older adults, assuring the nursing home and the public that the nurse has mastered the specialized skills and knowledge to care for older adults according to gerontological nursing standards. A nurse educated in a certified college does not necessarily have specialty education and training in gerontology. A nurse with 15-years experience might have no experience with gerontology and offers no proof of specialized knowledge or skills. Although a gerontological nurse practitioner receives specialized education and training in gerontology, these nurses provide primary care in a nursing home. PTS: 1 DIF: Apply REF: 9 TOP: Nursing Process: Implementation
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Does the health record have a role in direct patient care?
Absolutely
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Provides direct patient care
function of the LPN/LVN
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