Documentation Series

Though not a therapy or course of treatment, documentation is a critical component of providing nursing care. Whether electronically or in print, the recording of a patient's condition, treatment and response to treatment, provides the crucial information needed by each members of the patients healthcare team that allows them to provide their specialized care. In addition to assisting with patient care, it can protect the nurse from legal action by demonstrating that needed care was provided.

This two-part series on documentation provides nurses and others with an understanding of the importance of accurate and objective charting in order to assist the patient's continuing care, and of the legal and administrative considerations related to healthcare documentation.

The programs in this series also include workbooks that can be ordered separately.
 This series has been designated for 1 contact hour of continuing nursing education credits.

See below for list of programs included in this series.


Price: $630.00 USD

Product ID: MED435
Media: DVD
Year: 2013
Language: English
Tags: Legal Aspects of Nursing
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Other Programs in this Series

Documentation: Electronic Medical Records Federal Regulations

OVERVIEW:Documentation of patient care using electronic medical records (EMR) has become method preferred by many healthcare organizations and is both encouraged and mandated by the federal government. [...]

Released in 2013

Documentation: Essentials of Nursing Documentation

OVERVIEW:This program describes commonly used approaches to documentation, a review of the basic data to record in patient records, and practice guidelines to follow that protect patient privacy, comply [...]

Released in 2013


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