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Ambulatory Nursing I

Plan of Care and Care Management

Care management Collaborated process of assessment, planning, facilitation, and advocacy for options and services to meet individual needs
Mass Casualty Triage: Green tag walking wounded
Mass Casualty Triage: Red tag Immediate
Mass Casualty Triage: Yellow tag Delayed
Mass Casualty Triage: Black tag Deceased/Expectant
Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Provides care across the continuum Payment is based on quality not quantity Evidence Based Practice Collaborates across settings
Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) Provider groups; includes PCP, Specialists, and Hospitalists Accepts responsibility for cost and quality of care delivered to specific patient populations
Primary Prevention Health promotion interventions- Immunizations Avoidance of allergens Nutrition/Sex Education
Secondary Prevention Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment- mammography Colonoscopy
Tertiary Prevention Recovery, Rehabilitation, and specific measures to MINIMIZE DISABILITY AND INCREASE FUNCTION
Ethics Philosophy dealing with values related to human conduct, with respect to the rightness or wrongness of certain actions
Autonomy The right to choose one's course of action without coersion
Beneficence Doing what is good. Requires determining what is "good" in the situation, understanding what is best for the patient.
Nonmaleficence avoiding harm, intentional or unintentional
Justice fair and equitable distribution of resources
Veracity Truth Telling
Fidelity Faithfulness, keeping promises
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