5 edition of Clinical Policies & Procedures in Home Health Care, 2E found in the catalog.
Clinical Policies & Procedures in Home Health Care, 2E
Barbara Stover Gingerich
July 22, 2002
by Thomson Delmar Learning
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||599|
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The second edition includes 45 new procedures to ensure the most complete coverage of common home care nursing procedures. Provides a CD-ROM with all procedures to allow users to customize procedures /5(4). A home health care provider is a medical professional, just like the medical professionals who work in clinics, hospitals and private practices.
As such, they are required to abide by specific policies and procedures. Private home care provider policies and procedures often mirror the policies and procedures used in hospital and clinical settings. All policies found in the Home State Health Clinical Policy Manual apply to Home State Health members.
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Medical Book Handbook of Home Health Nursing Procedures, 2e This valuable resource helps nurses who practice in the home setting accurately assess clients and plan, deliver, and evaluate care without advice from other nurses or physicians.
MCN Healthcare's Home Health Policy and Procedure Manual provides over policies and procedures addressing administration, emergency management, human resources, medical records, infection control, safety and security, equipment management, medication management, performance improvement, patient rights and responsibilities, waived testing as well as patient care.
The purpose of this handbook is to be utilized as a guide to the policy and procedure manual. The agency’s Policy and Procedure Manual is to be considered the primary resource document with regard to questions about policies and procedures.
Applied Home Care reserves the right to modify in whole or part of its personnel policies. All. POLICY MANUAL. As the Home Care Program is administered and delivered by the Regional Health Authorities and funded by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health, this manual is designed to ensure consistency of home care services and home care standards throughout the province.
The program expectations in the delivery of home care are addressed in. Policy and Procedure Manual Section X Management of Human Resources PERSONNEL: DEFINITIONS POLICY X-4 Page 1 of 1 PURPOSE: The purpose of this policy is to standardize the terms used in the Personnel Policy and Procedure Manual.
POLICY: The terms listed below should be interpreted as is indicated beside each term. A highly acclaimed home health care management resource. Offering an outstanding selection of well-developed clinical policies and procedures that can be adapted for direct use or used as models.
This comprehensive sourcebook answers critical questions for home health administrators and direct-care providers in the increasingly competitive and cost-conscious home health care field.
Clinical policies and procedures for home health care organizations by Barbara Stover Gingerich, Deborah Anne Ondeck,Aspen Publishers edition, in English - 2nd ed. Every home health care nurse that works for a pediatric home health care agency should have and read our pediatric home health care policy and procedures.
If your home health care agency is providing pediatric home health care services, you will need to purchase a policy and procedures for pediatric home health care. Clinical Policy Committee: 7/31/ Clinical Policy Committee Process: Clinical Policy Web Posting: 8/24/ Corporate and health plan responsibilities for initial posting and maintenance of clinical, payment, and specialty drug policies to public heatlh plan websites.
Preventive Health and Clinical Practice Guideline. This policy manual (“Manual”) has been prepared as a guide book for Caregivers of Home at Heart Care, Inc.
It also contains general guidance serving as the basis for policies and procedures that Home at Heart Care, Inc. may develop. The policies and procedures described in this Manual are implemented at the discretion of Home.
Our home care policies and procedures are state specific and customized to successfully take your personal care, or companion care home care agency through the process of state licensing, regardless of the state where your home care agency is located. Clinical Policies & Procedures in Home Health Care, 2E JThomson Delmar Learning Ring-bound in English - 2 edition.
In-Home Care Agency (IHC) program RE: In-Home Care Agency Policies and Procedures The purpose of this memo is to address the required policies and procedures for in-home care agencies.
Requirements for policies and procedures can be found through out the Oregon Administrative Rules. The general requirements can be found at (8)(b).
The Home Care Bag will provide the basic equipment and supplies necessary to perform a standard home visit, and a method for transporting of such equipment. The home care bag shall be used to prevent the potential spread of infection between and among staff and patients.
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