Developing an operational planc.Developing an operational plan
PHN must establish priorities phase andcoordinate activities
Plans of care are prioritized according to urgencydown to manageable units and properlysequenced
Periodic evaluation must be done in order todetermine whether re-planning or modification of the plan is necessary
The plan and activities should be coordinated towith the various services to synchronize with thetotal health program of the community.
Development of evaluation parameters based onthe standard of nursing services, problemsidentified, goals and priorities in the plan orprogram of nursing care for the client.
3. Implementation of Planned Care
Involves various nursing interventions which havebeen determined by the goals/ objectives previously set.
Involves the patient and his family in the careprovided in order to motivate them to assume responsibilityfor his/her care and to be able to reach and maintain desiredlevel of functioning at a specified time.
Demonstration, repetition, explanation, answeringquestions to clarify doubts, maximizing the client’s confidenceand ability to self-care.
Utilization of client support system provides aharmonious, orderly care to enable the client to functionoptimally.
Community health nurses monitor health servicesprovided, making proper referrals as necessary
Provides data which is needed in planningpatient’s care and ensure continuity.
Important communication tool for the heath team
Furnishes a written evidence of the quality of carethat clients received and then response
Provides a legal record to protect the agency andhealth care provider or the client
Provides data for research and education
4. Evaluation of Care and Services Rendered