The following situations should be reported to the RN at once: a. Vitals signs of 98.7 F. 78, 16 and 140/78 b. a client who is diabetic, received their morning insulin and refuse to eat or drink anything on their breakfast tray. c. a client who slept thru the night d. a family member who asked if they can read to their family member who is a patient.
b. this situation could lead to hypoglycemia and have tragic results if not addressed/reported.
If you have 250 mg tablets and the doctors order reads give 1000mg twice a day, how many tablets with your client take in one day?
8 tablets. $ tablets twice a day
Create a time line of greeting anew client to your medical practice where you are the lead medical assistant. This timeline will be used to train others who are new to the practice in the future. Include each step of creating a client chart and all of the forms and data you much collect from the client. Be as descriptive as possible. include the front office necessary materials along with the room and client prep to prepare them for their meeting with the physician.
Have the client sign in. Create both a computer chart and have client complete preliminary paperwork. explain demographic forms and HIPPA forms to the client. Copy photo id and insurance cards; collect cop payment enter data into computerized charting system. take client to back office and describe how you would obtain objective data such as vital signs, eye screening, change client into exam robe, obtain chief concerns for the visit. review medications. after visit copy any prescriptions and provide exit paperwork. clean room and prepare for next client.