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4330 Health Care & Politics. Dianne McAdams-Jones Ed D( c ), RN, GNE. Objectives. List 4 reasons why nurses are mandated to be accountable for their actions Discuss social and moral consciousness Apply the principle of authority in nursing to the profession of nursing

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4330 health care politics

4330 Health Care & Politics

Dianne McAdams-Jones Ed D( c ), RN, GNE


Objectives
Objectives

  • List 4 reasons why nurses are mandated to be accountable for their actions

  • Discuss social and moral consciousness

  • Apply the principle of authority in nursing to the profession of nursing

  • Define the nursing process

  • List the components of the nursing process

  • Compare and contrast the differences between medical and nursing training

  • List three nursing degrees and name one position which that degree would qualify the recipient

  • List one reason why the registered nurse is accountable to the public

  • Discuss the difference between self funded health plans and managed care

  • Define ERISA

  • What is the doughnut hole?



What is your opinion
What is your opinion?

10

  • True

  • False


A definition of health
A definition of health

  • Is: The dynamic state of being in which the developmental and behavioral potential of an individual is realized to the fullest extent possible


True or false
True or False

10

  • True

  • False



Is this
Is this

  • True

  • False

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The nursing process is a series of functions performed by the nurse where
The Nursing Process is a series of functions performed by the nurse where

  • research about the patient is used to systematically plan care for the patient


What is your opinion1
What is your opinion? the nurse where

  • True

  • False

:10


Characteristics on n ursing practice
Characteristics on the nurse where nursing practice



What is your opinion2
What is your opinion? the nurse where

  • True

  • False

Answer Now


Nursing specialist
Nursing Specialist the nurse where


What is your opinion3
What is your opinion? the nurse where

  • True

  • False

10


Ana dictated divisions of n ursing practice
ANA dictated divisions of the nurse where nursing practice


The public is assured
The public is assured the nurse where


Standards of care
Standards of Care the nurse where


Nursing has its roots
Nursing has its roots the nurse where


Is the statement
Is the statement the nurse where

  • True

  • False

10





The nurse s primary commitment
The Nurse’s primary commitment force

Is to the patient


In the beginning of nursing
In the beginning of Nursing force

Nurses cared for patients in their homes



T forcehe nurse owes the same duties to self as to others, including the responsibility to preserve integrity and safety, to maintain competence, and to continue professional growth

Move out of the way!!! I get all of my exercise here at work!!!!


Erisa
ERISA force

Was enacted to ensure Medicaid and Medicare remained in effect for the descendant populations


Is that
Is that force

  • True

  • False

:10

Answer Now










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