lol...they'll get you on something won't they!?!? We have gotten away from orders and or care plans
with turning or toileting schedules that are so specific and have started writing 'frequent' repositioning or 'toilet before meals'. Frankly, if the residents were toileted every 2 hours, there wouldn't be time for anything else...(do YOU go every 2 hours?)
I'm not sure about the HIIPA thing. If we have a resident who is deaf or hard of hearing we post a sign in the room so the care givers know...usually covered with a plain piece of paper, and I've never had any surveyor cite us.
And, as an aside, if someone's skin is so fragile that they need to be turned that frequently, you should consider a special mattress...pressure relieving at least and perhaps an alternating pressure air mattress....and don't forget barrier cream (sorry, it's the wound nurse in me).