Your nurse manager has been observing your effectiveness as a care coordinator and recognizes the importance of educating other staff nurses in care coordination. Consequently, she has asked you to develop a presentation for your colleagues on care coordination basics. By providing them with basic information about the care coordination process, you will assist them in taking on an expanded role in helping to manage the care coordination process and improve patient outcomes in your community care center.
To prepare for this assessment, identify key factors nurses must consider to effectively participate in the care coordination process.
The following points must be answered
- Outline effective strategies for collaborating with patients and their families to achieve desired health outcomes.
- Outlines effective, evidence-based, and culturally sensitive strategies for collaborating with patients and their families to achieve desired health outcomes. Ensures the strategies are well-supported by credible evidence.
- Identifies the aspects of change management that directly affect elements of the patient experience essential to the provision of high-quality, patient-centered care. Focuses on aspects of care highly valued by patients, and distinguishes between patient experience and patient satisfaction.
- Explain the rationale for coordinated care plans based on ethical decision-making. Identifies the logical implications and consequences of an ethical approach to care, and articulates underlying assumptions that guide decision making.
- Identify the potential impact of specific health care policy provisions on outcomes and patient experiences.
- What are the logical implications and consequences of relevant policy provisions?
- What evidence do you have to support your conclusions?
- Raises awareness of the nurse’s vital role in the coordination and continuum of care. Clearly establishes the importance and relevance of the nurse’s role in an engaging and memorable presentation that is appropriate for the audience and well supported by an error-free APA-formatted reference list.