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  1. Acute illness
    (a sudden illness from which theperson is expected to recover)
  2. Chronic illness
    (an on-going illness that is slow or gradual in onset)

    There is no known cure
  3. (an on-going illness that is slow or gradual in onset)
    There is no known cure
    Chronic illness
  4. (a sudden illness from which theperson is expected to recover)
    Acute illness
  5. Terminal illness
    (an illness or injury from whichthe person will not likely recover)
  6. Persons in long-term care centers are __________
    residents
  7. What type of facility have residents insted of patients?
    LONG-TERM CARE CENTERS
  8. Long term care centers provide
    Medical, nursing, dietary, recreational,rehabilitative, and social services are provided.
  9. Board and care homes provide a room,meals, laundry, and supervision. Do not confuse them with ________ _______
    Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs)
  10. Skilled Nursing facilities are _______ by governing agencies
    Regulated
  11. Some nursing centers and hospitals provide subacutecare. What is subacute care?
    After the hospital discharges an acute patient they may still need some rehabilitation in a facility less intensive then the hospital
  12. The goal is to _______ _______ care
    provide quality
  13. Nursing assistants work under a _______ _______
    Registered Nurse
  14. Functional nursing:
    Focuses on tasks and jobs, each nurse has certain tasks and jobs to do, eg. one nurse administers all the drugs, the other gives all the treatments, etc
  15. What nursing care pattern is:

    Focuses on tasks and jobs, each nurse has certain tasks and jobs to do, eg. one nurse administers all the drugs, the other gives all the treatments, etc
    Functional Nursing
  16. Team nursing:
    The nursing care pattern we will be exposed to the most.

    Involves a team of nursing staff led by an RN- they delegate tasks to other nurses and nursing assistants, delegation is based on the persons needs and the team member abilities
  17. The nursing care pattern we will be exposed to the most.

    Involves a team of nursing staff led by an RN- they delegate tasks to
    other nurses and nursing assistants, delegation is based on the persons
    needs and the team member abilities
    Team Nursing
  18. Primary Nursing is:
    Involves total care. The RN is responsible for the person's total care, and the nusing assistants assist as needed. The RN gives care and makes discharge plans as well as communicates with the family
  19. Involves total care. The RN is responsible for the person's total care, and the nusing assistants assist as needed. The RN gives care and makes discharge plans as well as communicates with the family
    Primary Nursing
  20. Case management is:
    Similar to Primary Nursing.

    Case manager (RN) coordinates a person't care from admission through discharge and into the home setting. He/she communicates with the dr and health team, and agencies. Heart desease and cancer are examples.
  21. Similar to Primary Nursing.

    _____ _______ (RN) coordinates a person't care from admission through discharge and into the home setting. He/she communicates with the dr and health team, and agencies. Heart desease and cancer are examples
    Case Management
  22. Patient-Focused Care:
    when services are moved from the departments to the bedside. The nursing team performs basic skills usually done by other health team members. The number of people caring for each person is reduced, this reduces care costs.
  23. when services are moved from the departments to the bedside. The nursing team performs basic skills usually done by other health team members.
    The number of people caring for each person is reduced, this reduces care costs.
    Patient-focused care
  24. Diagnosis-related groups (DRGs) are payment systems for what?
    are for hospital costs.
  25. What payment system are for hospital costs?
    Diagnosis-related groups (DRGs)
  26. What does MS-DRG stand for:
    Medicare Severity adjusted Diagnosis Related Groups
  27. What does prospective payment mean?
    Amount paid for services before care.
  28. SNF take what type of prospective payments?
    RUG Resource utilization groups (RUGs) are for SNF payments.
  29. What type of prospective payments are used for rehabilitation centers.
    Case mix groups (CMGs)
  30. OBRA stands for:
    THE OMNIBUS BUDGET RECONCILIATION ACT OF 1987
  31. OBRA is a federal law that requires: (3 items)
    Nursing centers to provide care in a manner and in asetting that maintains or improves each person’s quality of life, health, and safety

    Nursing assistant training and competency evaluation

    Promoting and protecting resident rights
  32. OBRA states that residents have rights (2 items):
    As United States citizens

    Relating to their everyday lives and care in a nursingcenter
  33. The NCSBN’s Five Rights of Delegation are:
    The right task

    The right circumstances

    The right person

    The right directions and communication

    The right supervision
  34. NCSBN stands for:
    National Council of State Boards of Nursing
  35. Delegation decisions must ______ the person's _______ and ___________
    protect the person’s health and safety.
  36. You should refuse to perform a task when (10 answers):
    The task is beyond the legal limits of your role.

    The task is not in your job description.

    You were not prepared to perform the task.

    The task could harm the person.

    The person’s condition has changed.

    You do not know how to use the supplies or equipment.

    Directions are not ethical or legal.

    Directions are against agency policies or procedures.

    Directions are not clear or not complete.

    A nurse is not available for supervision.
  37. A _______ limits or separates something
    Boundary
  38. What is a boundary violation?
    A behavior that meets your needs, not the person's.
  39. What is a tort?
    Tort is a wrong committed against a person of the person's property
  40. What is Negligence?
    an unintentional wrong
  41. What is malpractice?
    negligence by a by a professional person
  42. Libel is:
    Making false statements in print
  43. Slander is:
    Making false statements orally
  44. Defamation is:
    injuring a person's name and reutation by making false statements to a third person
  45. False imprisonment is:
    unlawful restraint or restriction of a persons freedom of movement, it also includes threatenting to restrain a person, and preventing a person from leaving the agency
  46. Invasion of privacy is:
    Violating a person's right not to have his or her name, photo of private affairs exposed or made public without giving consent.
  47. HIPPAA stands for:
    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) protects the privacy and security of a person’s health information.
  48. Failure to comply with HIPAA rules can result in _____, _______, and ______ ______including ______ _______.
    fines, penalties, and criminal action including jail time.
  49. Fraud is
    saying or doing something to trick, fool, or deceive a person.
  50. Assault is
    intentionally attempting or threatening to touch a person’s body without the person’s consent
  51. Battery is
    touching a person’s body without his or her consent.
  52. Informed consent (5 things)
    A person has the right to decide what will be done to his or her body and who can touchhis or her body.

    The doctor is responsible for informing the person about all aspects of treatment.

    Consent is informed when the person clearly understands all aspects of treatment.

    If the person is unable to give consent, a responsible party or a legal representativegives informed consent.

    You are never responsible for obtaining written consent.
  53. Elder abuse is any knowing, intentional, or negligent act by a caregiver or any other personto an older adult. It includes: (8 catagories)
    Physical abuse

    Neglect

    Verbal abuse

    Involuntary seclusion

    Financial exploitation or misappropriation

    Emotional abuse

    Sexual abuse

    Abandonment
  54. Describe the 4 nursing care patterns:
    • Functional nursing
    • Team nursing (we will be exposed to this the most)
    • Primary nursing
    • Case Management
    • Patient-focused care

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