LTC Charting: A Beginner's Guide - pg.4 | allnurses

LTC Charting: A Beginner's Guide - page 4

The long term care industry (a.k.a. nursing home industry) employs a large share of new and experienced nurses in the United States. Furthermore, the number of nurses who secure employment in this... Read More

  1. Visit  smshelby profile page
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    Thank you for sharing this article. I've been a LPN for 30+ years with 0 experience in LTC and have just started working at a SNF and I have to tell ya, the charting and duplication of documentation has been and still is a huge stumbling block. Making things even harder is that the facility I'm employed at is totally old school (no computers) Felt like I stepped back into the 80's. There's a form for everything!!!! I've bookmarked this and would appreciate any helpful tips for my new journey!! Love this site!!
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  2. Visit  MandieeRN profile page
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    Love it!!!
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  3. Visit  Gigi72 profile page
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    gosh this is so helpful. think i will have to print this one.
  4. Visit  jar312 profile page
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    Thank you so much! This helps a lot!
  5. Visit  emilynyb profile page
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    We are required to notify family of each medication, medication change or even if the medicine has been discontinued.
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  6. Visit  Khalesi25 profile page
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    Thank you Commuter!
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  7. Visit  downsouthlaff profile page
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    This is an awesome post ! Very helpful to a new nurse like me without previous experience going into a new job at in LTC.
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  8. Visit  AshortenRN profile page
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    I will be making full use of this! Thank you!
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  9. Visit  cree0165 profile page
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    VERY useful info. I feel more confident about charting now. Thanks!
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