Major Problems and Secondary Issues
The major problem is the unclear nursing home policies. There is no clear policy identifying the designed person authorized to make decisions for patients incapable of making decisions for themselves, such as a health power of attorney. It is very clear that Mr. Leroy cannot make decisions for himself. Therefore, a health power of attorney should have been established well before Mr. Leroy entered the nursing home. It is unclear if the son who is present is Mr. Leroy’s only child and has healt...
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...idering the feelings and need’s of their patients.
It is recommended that the hospital implement the Health and Welfare Lasting Power of Attorney document and policy to be disclosed at initial consultations. These will help the nursing home personnel manage family requests and patient’s rights. It will help align patients with the right doctors as well.
Within in six months of policy creation, all patients who are incapable of making decision will have a power of attorney documents. By end of the year, health and welfare lasting power of attorney document will accompany each patient’s file that is incapable of making decisions.
By end of year, family and patient dissatisfaction of treatment will decrease by 30%.
Within one year of implementing policy, there will be a 10% decrease in family members withdrawing patients due to treatment disagreements.
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