I will just add a few things. You can add a blank section to your brain sheet, or whatever you use, and there you can put updates so you remember to tell the night nurse at change of shift. You work on a tele floor so most if not all of your patients are cardiac so that should be where most of your focus is. History like appendectomy 20 years ago is not important, for cardiac patients any and all cardiac history, DM, kidney problems/HD these are important things to know in terms of history. Next what brought the patient in to the hospital and how they got to your floor. Then head to toe, I start with neuro and end with skin this way you won't miss anything, you are streamlined and it will also help jog your memory of things you may have forgotten. Then I do lines/drains/drips and then I do the plan for the patient and thats it. There will always be nurses that ask a million questions about things that are not important and saying "I don't know" is fine, if they want to know they can look it up themselves. You will get it over time but I find going head to toe is best.