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Patterns of patient care

Dorothy Jean Walker

Patterns of patient care

a study of patient contact in a community hospital

by Dorothy Jean Walker

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Published by St Louis University in St Loius .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDorothy Jean Walker.
The Physical Object
Pagination209
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17374281M

Throughout this book, you will find peer-reviewed discussions and reviews of a wide range of issues and literature regarding patient safety and quality health care. Owing to the complex nature of health care, this book provides some insight into the multiple factors that determine the quality and safety of health care as well as patient, nurse. CNSW Care Planning Resource Toolkit FINAL Page 4 II. ASSESSMENT TO PLAN OF CARE The completion of a comprehensive interdisciplinary patient assessment is the first step in the care planning process and will generate a list of problems. The care team will create or adjust the plan of care to address the problems identified by the assessment. Physicians are in the midst of dramatic change, affecting practice patterns, care delivery models, payment methods, performance expectations, patient relations, business relationships, incomes, careers, retirement plans – and particularly morale. Physician perceptions of changes in their profession and the U.S. health system are the focus of a recent page report – Survey of America. Patient care is a multifaceted process that can involve a range of tasks such as personal consultations, blood tests, and X-rays [29,51].


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