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Establishing Patient Rapport

*Patient Rapport ... advice. Here are tips to help Establishing Patient Rapport Patients who feel that you’ve heard ... establish rapport as you greet each patient at the start of your visit. Building rapport can be done in ... 84997; Establishing patient rapport; staff education

Pulling a Patient Up in Bed

*Patient Pull Up Bed ... These tips can help you pull a patient up in bed comfortably and safely. Pulling a Patient Up ... in Bed Think of ways you can decrease friction to make this move more comfortable for the patient ... Pulling a patient up in bed; Staff Education; patient care; moving a patient up in bed; se1016a; 82559; standard precautions

Using Patient Education Materials

*Patient Education Materials ... the bulk of your patients Translations if your patient population warrants it Up to date and ... Patient information extends your office visit beyond the few minutes you can spend face-to-face ... 85003; Using patient education materials; how to use patient education materials patient education materials; staff education

How to Be an Active Patient

associations can be helpful. Be aware that advice given on some health-related Web sites and chat rooms ... they're ill and live longer, healthier lives. How to Be an Active Patient People who are actively ... active patient, how to be active patient, informaed active patient, responsible active patient

When a Patient Falls

*Patient When Falls ... . Instead, guide the patient to the ground; then get help to move the patient back to a bed or ... Help a falling patient to the floor with as little impact as possible. This will prevent injury to ... When a patient falls; Staff Education; patient care; moving patients; patient falls; fall prevention; se1017a; 82560

Protecting Patients from Pressure Injuries

*Pressure Ulcer Protect Patient ... cause pain and slow patient recovery. For these reasons, it’s vital to help prevent pressure injuries ... pressure injuries. Other health problems can also dramatically increase their risk. Yet even under such

Discharge Instructions for Immunocompromised Patients

*Immunocompromised Patient Dc ... . Be sure your kitchen is clean and all foods are safely stored. Be sure your bathroom is clean

Handwashing: Tips for Patients, Family, and Friends

*Handwashing Patient Family Friends ... pets (home) Many hospitals have sinks or gel dispensers right outside patient rooms. If not, carry a

Patient Rights

provider's administrator, your state health department, and the Better Business Bureau. Patient ... changes in charges. Have access, on request, to all bills for service the patient has received ... patient rights, patient rights home health care, patient rights hospice care

Reducing a Patient’s Risk for Pressure Injuries

*Pressure Ulcer Reduce Patient Risk ... malnutrition, weigh the patient and review blood test results. Consult with a dietitian and doctor ... about any dietary adjustments: Feed the patient more frequently. Order foods high in protein

StayWell Quality Oversight Committee

and Sales to drive our integrated strategy for population health management. He also has a wealth of ... Gregg Consulting Services, a health care consulting business focused on business strategy, population

Staff Ed: Educating with Online Materials

patient population. If your practice involves teaching step-by-step instructions, video can recoup ... patients. Educating with Online Materials In this era of the empowered patient, you may have

Doctor-Patient Communication Quiz

quiz will help you prepare for your next visit. Doctor-Patient Communication Quiz You and ... your doctor are partners, working together for your optimal health. That's why it's important to find ... doctor-patient communication; doctor-patient relations; doctor's office; medical advice; preventive medicine;

Drinking Water Quality and Safety

to you. Drinking Water Quality and Safety When you turn on the tap for a glass of water, do you ... ever wonder about the quality or safety of that water? With drinking water, it's important to think ... drinking water safety, water quality, water treatment, water treatment plans, safe drinking water

Where to Get Medical Care

review your choices. Often, a medical self-care guide can help you make a decision.  Here are some of ... conditions that aren't an immediate, serious threat to life or health. They are not intended to ... urgent-care centers, offsite treatment facilities, offsite health care options, retail store sites ... advantages, retail store sites disadvantages, Ambulatory surgery centers advantages, ambulatory

Moving Patients from Bed to Wheelchair

Patients from Bed to Wheelchair Patient safety is often the main concern when moving patients from ... Use these tips to protect your back when moving a patient from the bad to a wheelchair. Moving ... Moving patients from bed to wheelchair; Staff Education; patient care; back safety; injury ... prevention; moving patients; bed transfer; wheelchair; transport; transporting patient; se1014a; 82557; standard precautions

Reducing Risk of MSDs: Part of Your Health and Safety Program

*MSDs Health Safety ... Reduce Risk of MSDs: Health, Safety ... Reducing job-related injuries is part of every health and safety program. By taking ... . Reducing Risk of Work-related MSDs: Part of Your Health and Safety Program Reducing job-related ... 85585; reducing risk of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs): Part of your health and safety program

Discharge Instructions for Hypophosphatemia (Pediatric)

metabolism. Most cases of hypophosphatemia are caused by other health problems. Here's what you need ... child to eat meat, fish, poultry, eggs, and peanuts. Other home care Give your child all ... discharge instructions hypophosphatemia pediatric; discharge instructions for the pediatric patient ... patient with low phosphorous; homecare for the pediatric patient with low phosphorous; homecare for the pediatric patient with hypophosphatemia; 86965

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Newly Diagnosed

Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL): Newly Diagnosed  Being told you have acute lymphocytic ... leukemia (ALL) can be scary, and you may have many questions. But you have people on your healthcare team ... ALL, diagnosis of ALL

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