Quality patient care scale

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Published by College of Nursing, Wayne State University in Detroit, Mich .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Nursing.,
  • Nurse-Patient Relations.,
  • Nursing Care.

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Book details

Statementdeveloped by faculty under guidance of Mabel A. Wandelt, Joel Ager.
ContributionsWandelt, Mabel A. 1917-, Ager, Joel., Wayne State University. College of Nursing.
The Physical Object
Pagination3v. in 1 (11, 24, 48 p.) :
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14735432M

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Wandelt and Ager, and their faculty members at Wayne State University College of Nursing, published in 1 Many of the items are derived from the Slater Nursing Performance Rating Scale. 2 The Slater scale evaluates the competence of the nurse while he/she is giving patient care, by observing and measuring his/her performance against predetermined standards within the scale.

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The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's (AHRQ) mission is to produce evidence to make health care safer, higher quality, more accessible, equitable, and affordable, and to work within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and with other partners to make sure that the evidence is understood and used.

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Quality Care and Patient Safety. Evidence-based practice is established as a proven intervention. Synthesis Project. Care management of patients with complex health care needs. Several summary documents can be found here. The Promise of Care Coordination: Models that Decrease Hospitalizations and Improve Outcomes for Medicare Beneficiaries with Chronic Illness.

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Health-related quality of life scales capture the patient’s perspective, a key aspect of providing the patient-centred, collaborative care that is important to patie 31; this type of care can also create positive outcomes for patients such as improved self-management skills.

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patient experience and clinical quality of care do not go hand in hand.” Start with basics An agency’s quality measure scores are based on the data it submits through OASIS, so start there, says Gina Mazza, RN, BSN, Partner and Director of Survey Services at File Size: KB. Patient satisfaction, which reflects patient’s perception of care received compared with the care expected, has been used as an indicator of quality of services provided by health care personnel [33, 34].

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comparative measurement of home health care patient outcomes at two points in time. OASIS-based quality measures can be used for quality improvement efforts that home health agencies (HHAs) can employ to assess and improve the quality of care they provide to patients.

CMS provides HHAs with numerous qualityFile Size: 2MB. The right type of care provides a better quality of life for the patient and reduces the stress of the caregiver.

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