Actually hpna has an awesome flip book that helps with care plans and recerts. Message me privately if this is Greek to you. I struggle with care plans every day. We mainly use alt. in resp status, pain, alt in elimination, alt in skin, ineffective coping, dnr status, and hospice care plans. Hope this helps!
Mar 24, '12
Apr 10, '12
Can you tell me what the book is please?
May 16, '12
Alvindudley - I am new to hospice and am very interested in this flip book; would you mind telling me where I might be able to get a copy? Thanks so much for your help.
May 17, '12
you sound like a CIA insider. Is it that mysterious?
OOOOh the flip book.
what is alt.signify?
I am new to hospice and you are sounding spooky.
let's get normal.
what is your alt. message mean?
May 17, '12
I would guess that 'alt' is short for "alterations" in ....
May 18, '12
I am familiar with creating hospice POCs using a NANDA model - with or without the actual NANDA language.
Because the POC is managed by the RN it makes sense that it is developed with nursing dx rather than medical dx
This IS normal for hospice. In hospice the medical POC is only a part of the total POC.
May 20, '12
Mind sharing the flip book's name, please? Thank you!
Jul 18, '15
Looking for the name of the hospice care plan book
Jul 20, '15
The software that your company uses from EMR is going to drive what your plan of care is going to look like.
Jul 21, '15
I'd love to get that POC flipbook... But our tablet already has all the accepted POC that our hospice company wants used. It was developed prescreened by our supervisors which are mostly nurses.
Aug 1, '15
I too would love the name of the flip book, please and thank you.