roles and employment settings.txt

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roles and employment settings lecture 3 (9-21-11)
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  1. what is direct access?
    direct accessibility of pt to anyone seeking those services without the stipulation of a referral from another health care provider
  2. what is informed consent?
    info provided to patient/parent/guardian

    • 1. lat description of benefits and risks with and without the intervention
    • 2. comparison of benefits and risks with and without the intervention
    • 3. alternatives to recommened intervention
    • 4. opportunity to answer any questions
    • 5. patient or guardian must confirm understanding
  3. what is the process of gathering info about the past and current status of patient/client? (includes history, systems review, and test & measures)
    examination
  4. what is it called when a pt makes a clinical judgement based on data gathered?
    evaluation (assessment)
  5. what is a diagnosis?
    categorization of the findings from the examination
  6. what is a prognosis?
    a prediction of the level of improvement and time necessary to reach that level
  7. what identifies short and long term goals, outcomes, interventions, and discharge criteria?
    plan of care (poc)
  8. what is an intervention?
    when pt/pta conducts procedures with the patients/clients to achieve desired outcomes (coordination, communication, and documentation)
  9. what is perfomed to determine the effects of the plan of care?
    re-evaluation
  10. what determines whether future services are needed from a pt or other health care professional?
    screening
  11. what is prevention?
    services designed to avoid occurrence of pain, discomfort, or limit or reduce those that exist
  12. what is the 1st level of care that is delivered by a member of health care who is responsible for the majority of health needs for the individual?
    primary care
  13. what is secondary care?
    care provided by clinicians on a referral basis
  14. what is tertiary care?
    services provided by a specialist who is frequently employed in a facility that focuses on a particular health condition
  15. what are 4 trends/factors that have increased the demand for reimbursement and recognition of pt?
    • 1. aging population
    • 2. federal legislation entitling children in public schools to health care
    • 3. increased interest in physical fitness
    • 4. actions taken by insurance companies and the gov't to contain the rising cost of health care
  16. what are 3 factors that help our profession succeed?
    • 1. become a quick change artist
    • 2. accept ambiguity
    • 3. hold ourselves accountable for our individual actions
  17. what is patient-centered consultation?
    services provided by the pt in making recommendations concerning the current or proposed poc
  18. what is expert opinion or advice provided by the pt regarding situations that do not directly involve patient care?
    client-centered consulation
  19. what kind of responsibilites include planning, communication, delegating, managing,directing, supervising, budgeting, and evaluating?
    administration
  20. what do pt/pta's provide to a variety of audiences?
    education
  21. what is being a healthy skeptic and constantly asking why?
    research/critical inquiry

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