Fundamentals of Nursing CH 1-4 Terms
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Fundamentals of Nursing CH 1-4 Terms
Bostic nursing fundamentals
maintains and regains patients health
philosophical ideals of right and wrong
code of ethics
state required education outside of employment at healthcare facility
Job or institution required training
An art and science, dx and tx of human responses to actual or potential health problems.
deals with issues/concerns of the practicing in profession
Patient is tx for an episode of Acute illness
Ex: trauma, or during surgery
Facility for supervise care of older adults, provides meal and social hours
Adult daycare centers
Attractive LTC setting with homey environment
Providers receive a fixed amount per patient or enrolee of health care plan
Activities directed towards identifying future proposed therapy and need of additional resources before returning home
Provides intermediate care to individuals recovering from acute illness, promotes independence and self care
Extended care facilties
Worldwide scope or application
Provides all necessary care and equipment in patient home
System of family centered care designed to help terminally ill maintain satisfactory life until they die
What is Independence Practice Association?
*Fee for service or capitation
Managed care organization that contracts physicians and providers
Set of providers and services organized to deliver coordinated continum of care to the population of patients served at a capitated cost
Integrated Delivery Networks
There is administrative control over primary health care services.
Established by DOHHS used to develop care plan for newly admitted residents of nursing facilities
Minimum Data Set
Consequences of effects of nursing interventions that result in changes in the patients sx, functional status, safety, psychological stress or cost
Nursing Sensitive Outcomes
concept to improve work efficiency by changing the way care is delivered
Patient centered care
Quality improvement program that rewards excellence through financial incentives to motivate change
Pay for Performance
Level of care that focuses on ENTIRE population health
Primary Health Care
Focuses on the evaluation of nursing care provided, the quality , effectiveness and appropriateness
Professional Standards Review Organizations (PRSOs)
eliminates cost based reimbursement
Prospective Payment System
Method of classification of healthcare reimbursement for LTC faciliteis
Resource Utilization Groups (RUGs)
Restores a person to fullest physical, mental, social, vocational, and economic potential possible
Service to provide short term relief to LTC givers (family) to run errands
Care that helps individuals regain maximal funtion
Intermediate care from skilled licensure nurse staff
Skilled Nursing Facility
To eliminate over use of diagnostics and tx services ordered by physician for patient on MEDICARE
Utilized Review Committees
collection of individual more likely to develop health issues due to high risk
A formal process used to analyze the work of a certain work group and change the actual structure of the jobs performed
care that takes place in community settigns such as home or clinic, where the focus is on the needs of the INDIVIDUAL or family.
Community based nursing
Is nursing practice in the community, with primary focus on the hlthcare of individual FAMILIES and GROUPS in the community
Community Health Nursing
Caring that require the understanding the needs of the population or group of people that have one or more needs IN COMMON.
Public Health Nursing
collection of individuals who have a common personal or environment need
more likely to develop health care problems due to high risk, and limited care services
"Taken for granted" statement that explains nature of a concept
Can be simple or complex and relate to an object or event that comes from an individual perceptual experience
The product and information obtained from the system is the
The perspective of preofession
Includes all possible conditions affecting patients and the setting in which their health care needs take place
Serves to inform a system about how it functions
State of physical, emotional, intellectual, socialand spiritual well being
Data or information that a comes from a patient assessment
Explains a systematic view of a phenomena specific to the discipline inquiry
The dx and tx of human responses to actual or potential hlth problems.
Directs the activity of the nursing profession, including knowledge development , philosophy, theory, educational experience, research and proactive.
Recipient of nursing care
Is a pattern of thought that is useful in describing the domain of a discipline.
the end product of the System process
The term, description, situation or label given to describe an idea or response about an event, a situation, a process, a group of events, or a group of situations.
***concept describes the phenomenon**
Contains a set of concepts , definitions, and assumptions or proposition that explains phenomenon
****Explains phenomenon****Concepts DESCRIBE phenomenon****
Conceptualization of some aspect of nursing that describes, explains, predicts, or prescribes nursing care
This has a different meaning for each patient and each clinical setting.