Slide 39

Project RED: Module 2: The Re-Designed Discharge Process: Patient Admission and Care and Treatment Education: Slide 39

Provides a four-module training program to help hospitals implement Project RED.

Developing the Patient Care Plan

  • Accessing the care plan template
  • Accessing information for the care plan
  • Saving individual Patient Care Plan
  • Printing the care plan
  • Storing the care plan
    • Permanent part of the patient record?

Image: Cover of AHRQ publication �Taking Care of Myself: A Guide for When I Leave the Hospital:

Notes:

By now, your organization should have decided what the Patient Care Plan template will look like. It�s likely that you already have some format for discharge instructions, and these may or may not include all sections of the re-engineered care plan. You also probably have printed educational material for the disease or condition that you have targeted for this project. It is not necessary to re-create the educational material if it is well written, comprehensive, and in terms that the patient can understand.

Once the Patient Care Plan template is finalized, the DA must be able to access it and the required information that needs to be included in the plan. The DA must know how to print and save each unique Patient Care Plan.

Current as of August 2011
Internet Citation: Slide 39: Project RED: Module 2: The Re-Designed Discharge Process: Patient Admission and Care and Treatment Education: Slide 39. August 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/hospital/red/module2/slide39.html