Quality Assurance for Long Term Care
Increase quality of care and survey success!
Special Care Topics Manuals Volumes One and Two
Updated for CMS Phase One Regulations and MDS v1.14.1
Current with all RAI Manual Updates, Surveyor Guidelines and Federal Regulatory Changes
Assessments and Forms
Comprehensive Care Plans
Facility Policies and Procedures
Checklists and QA Audits
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Volume One Long Term Care Quality Assurance Programs for Restraints ~ Falls ~ Pain Care
Restraints Complete Restraint Reduction Program
Falls Fall Prevention and Post-fall Programs, comprehensive intervention lists, assessments, audits, care plans, interventions
Pain Care Complete Facility Pain Care management program, pain scales, tools for the cognitively impaired, non-pharmaceutical interventions
Volume Two Long Term Care Quality Assurance Programs for Medications ~ Pressure Ulcers ~ Urinary Incontinence
Medications 39 Medication-Specific Care Plans, many tools for the new revised guidance
Pressure Ulcers Changes to Surveyor Guidelines explained, comprehensive care plans, audits
Urinary Incontinence Regulatory Updates simplified, comprehensive care plans, audits
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Quality Assurance for Long Term Care provides information and essential forms to develop comprehensive long term care facility programs for Restraint Reduction, Fall Prevention, Pain Care Management, Unnecessary Medications, Pressure Ulcer Prevention, and Urinary Incontinence Management.
Guidelines are given for nursing policy and procedure, nursing documentation, nursing assessment, and nursing care plans. Numerous forms are included for quality assurance audits, risk assessment, and monitoring.
All of the information is based on the latest regulations, guidelines, and updates from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, CMS. Terminology is based on MDS 3.0 language and nursing diagnosis definitions and classifications as outlined by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, NANDA. The nursing care plan format follows the care plan standards from the American Nurses Association.
Members of the Nursing, MDS, Quality Assurance, Restorative Nursing, and Staff Education departments will find this manual helpful for improving existing programs or developing new programs.
Care plans and forms have been updated to ensure compliance with the change to MDS 3.0 and with all of the federal regulations and guidelines updated during the past year.
All of the forms and care plans in the book are included on the CD so they can be saved to a computer whenever needed. By adding or deleting entries, the forms and care plans can be made resident specific.