inability to concentrate and frequent memory lapses, cannot be left alone while his family
works because of safety concerns. What options can the discharge planning team suggest
that will give the greatest quality of life to the patient?
the patient is on Medicare Part A and Part B, instead of his previous privately funded
insurance plan. The nurse explains that the physician will be paid by:
job-related private insurance to which health care plan for his medical care?
requesting a hospice transfer. The requirements for this transfer include:
written order for hospice care.
Abdominal Pain, cause unknown, is being discharged this afternoon, because all diagnostic
tests have been negative. This is an example of:
who has had both legs amputated, the nurse informs the patient that his stay in the new
facility will be:
of her children
school is an example of ____ prevention?
concepts to a patient with diabetes, is using a technique of ____ prevention.
he can expect Medicare to cover his treatment. The nurse’s most informative response is:
cataracts in 10 days will stress the:
food and liquids. Because of the threat of aspiration, the nurse initiates a referral for
swallowing evaluation to a:
fee-for-service plan by pointing out that an HMO (select all that apply):
-provides both inpatient and outpatient care.
for their child is eased and supported by (select all that apply):
– specialized diagnosis-related groups (DRGs) for home care of children.
– Medicaid-funded care services.
– home care services funded by private insurance
to assist a home-bound client with (select all that apply):
criteria for skilled home health care are (select all that apply):
-need for IV medication administration
-need for wound dressing changes
– provide access to health care services for low-income individuals.
– support medical research.
– support substance abuse prevention and treatment.
– monitor and prevent disease outbreaks.
reimburse 95% of out-of-pocket expenses over $3600