6 edition of Discharge planning for continuity of care. found in the catalog.
Discharge planning for continuity of care.
|Contributions||Hartigan, Evelyn G., Brown, D. Jean., Bristow, Opal.|
|LC Classifications||RA971.8 .D57 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||85195224|
The procedure and reporting of this systematic review adhere to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta‐Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines. 10 The literature search aimed to identify studies that involved interventions focused on improving the continuity of medication management upon discharge of patients from hospital to an Author: Brodie‐Anne Fredrickson, Ellen Burkett, Ellen Burkett. For the most part, discharge from hospital is routine and uneventful. However, for a percentage of people, discharge from acute care requires careful planning to ensure continuity of care. This is particularly the case with older patients who have complex medical by:
We are committed to the provision of discharge planning of the highest possible standard to ensure continuity of quality care between the hospital and the community. Aims of the Association To provide a consultancy service to educate, administer and research Discharge Planning processes within the framework of Primary Health Care. Van Walraven et al.'s 48 systematic review of care continuity found significant correlations between increased continuity, decreases in health resource utilisation and increased patient satisfaction, all supporting the case for providing a supported transition from acute care to full health through effective discharge by:
Continuity of Care: Advancing the Concept of Discharge Planning You will receive an email whenever this article is corrected, updated, or cited in the literature. You can manage this and all other alerts in My AccountAuthor: Nancy Gustafson. Continuity of health care among the formerly incarcerated is an emerging public health challenge. We used data from the San Francisco County Jail to determine whether discharge planning improves access to care on release. Inmates who were HIV positive and received discharge planning were 6 times more likely to have a regular source of care in the community compared with inmates with other Cited by:
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Discharge planning is the process that healthcare professionals in hospitals use to facilitate patients’ tran- sition from one level of care to another. It most often applies when a patient transitions from an acute care setting to another level of Size: 4MB.
Discharge planning for continuity of care. New York: National League for Nursing,  c (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Opal Bristow; Carol Stickney; Shirley Thompson. Focuses on DRGs and the critical need for planning and teamwork resulting from early discharge.
Provides checklist to help ensure continuity of care, as it relates to health promotion. PsychiatryOnline subscription options offer access to the DSM-5 library, books, journals, CME, and patient resources.
This all-in-one virtual library provides psychiatrists and mental health professionals with key resources for diagnosis, treatment, research, and professional : Thomas E. Smith, Morgan Haselden, Tom Corbeil, Fei Tang, Marleen Radigan, Susan M. Essock, Melanie M. • Discharge planning must begin at time of admission • Must report names of lower level of care providers for discharge no later than 90 days into treatment or risk shortened review period • Must confirm actual appointments prior to discharge • Once lower level of care provider is identified, planning for services can take 6 to 10 monthsFile Size: 1MB.
Hospital discharge planning is aimed to decrease length of stay in hospitals as well as to ensure continuity of health care after being discharged. Hospitalized patients in Turin, Italy, who are in need of medical, social and rehabilitative care are proposed as candidates to either discharge planning relying on a care-home model (DPCH) for a period of about 30 days, or routine discharge by: What Is Discharge Planning.
Medicare states that discharge planning is “a process used to decide what a patient needs for a smooth move from one level of care to another. ” Only a doctor can authorize a patient ʼ s release from the hospital, but the actual process of discharge planning can be completed by a social worker, nurse, case manager, or other person.
Ideally, and especially for the most. Discharge Summary/Transition Plan The Discharge Summary/Transition Plan is designed as a two-page form, encapsulating the course of treatment, outcomes, and reasons for transition or discharge.
This plan should be initiated as early in the treatment as possible to ensure steps are taken to provide continuity of Size: KB. Hospital discharge is a complex and challenging process for healthcare professionals, patients, and carers.
Effective discharge planning could significantly improve a patient's health and reduce patient readmission [1–6].A systematic review from 21 randomised controlled trials involving 7, patients by Shepperd showed that a structured discharge plan tailored to the individual patient Cited by: Discharge planning for continuity of care.
New York: National League for Nursing, © (OCoLC) Online version: Discharge planning for continuity of care.
New York: National League for Nursing, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Evelyn G Hartigan; D Jean Brown; Opal Bristow. Discharge Planning Guide for Nurses 1st Edition. by Judith Waring Rorden (Author) › Visit Amazon's Judith Waring Rorden Page.
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Continuity of care planning is the process of managing patient care from the primary care contact through preadmission, admission, in-patient care, discharge and follow up/ maintenance.
This involves coordination between a range of community-based and hospital/health service providers,File Size: KB. Continuity of health care among the formerly incarcerated is an emerging public health challenge. We used data from the San Francisco County Jail to determine whether discharge planning improves access to care on by: The right of every client to quality discharge planning is the long- held goal of health care providers.
This book offers a distinct approach to discharge planning that will guide institutional as Author: Sylvia H Schraff. The process of discharge planning includes the following: (1) early identification and assessment of patients requiring assistance with planning for discharge; (2) collaborating with the patient, family, and health-care team to facilitate planning for discharge; (3) recommending options for the continuing care of the patient and referring to accommodations, programs, or services that meet the patient's.
Effective discharge planning supports the continuity of healthcare, between the health care setting and the community, based on the individual needs of the patient. It is described as "the critical link between treatment received in hospital by the patient, and post-discharge care provided in the community." What is a Discharge Planner.
The findings revealed that although discharge planning influenced continuity of care, community nurses make autonomous decisions about the provision of care to patients in the community setting. Key words: Continuity of patient care, Community health nursing, Discharge planning, Home nursing, Nursing care co-ordinationCited by: Discharge planning is a complex activity, particularly in the context of new services offered outside hospital, like intermediate care, and having a population with more older people, who often have extremely complex care needs.
However, effective discharge planning is crucial to ensure timely discharge and continuity of care. What is the rationale for conducting discharge planning. A) to ensure the best possible care in the acute care setting B) to provide a means of documenting nursing care C) to enlist family members in providing home care D) to ensure patient and family needs are met consistently.
Discharge Planning Guide Book. Topic Page Preface 4 Learning About Options 7 It is beneficial to attend all discharge planning meetings and care conferences that are held on the resident’s behalf. This is an opportunity to express and better continuity of care. This information should. Start studying Chapter 7 -- Continuity of care: Discharge planning and Case Management.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Start a free trial of Quizlet Plus by Thanksgiving | Lock in 50% off all year Try it free.3 Introduction This document, Adopting a Common Approach to Transitional Care Planning, is a tool to promote standardization in transitional care practices, within and across Health Links, for complex patients.
The importance of robust transitional care planning and the benefits of using common approaches to theFile Size: 2MB. Hospital discharge planning is a key element of continuity of care for persons leaving the hospital.
Yet many important questions regarding processes and effects of discharge planning have not been addressed, in part because the multiple terms associated with discharge planning have not been consistently defined or by: