We have a single plan of care packet that we chart on throughout the infants hospitalization- We sign off on it when certain tasks are completed (ie IVF started at 80ml/kg/day, temperature stabilization, feedings tolerated, teaching parents, etc). There are about 10 different categories you can chart on (Assessment, Nutrition, Teaching, Immunizations, Medications, etc). In my old NICU, we had our POC integrated into our computer charting. It is to be addressed every shift, so if we increased feedings I would choose to chart on the nutrition section and free text "infant tolerating increase in feedings." At the NICU I am at now, they were unable to get a proper POC with our computer system so we still have it on paper, which does not give us the option to free text. It is basically, like I mentioned, a list of check offs throughout their stay. However, it cannot be individualized to the patient like computer charting can be. There are many tasks that only apply to half of our population, so a group of us were asked to revisit this. I am just curious if other people have this in paper form and what theirs looks like. We would love to just do away with it but it is a JCAHO requirement to have a POC.