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Failure to notify- how long is too long

  1. 0 [font="tahoma"] you guys review lots of hospital policies. what is the best change in patient condition policy that you have reviewed?
    Last edit by Keysnurse2008 on Feb 26, '09 : Reason: msp
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    I have never actually reviewed a policy that is titled "change in patient condition" but have viewed many that outline a chain of command that should be followed by staff if problem arises. They instruct the RN to report to resident and/'or attending MD--if no resolution report to charge RN, House Supv etc.