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Home Care Medication Management / Hospice Medication Management

Mary McGoldrick, MS, RN, CRNI®

Home Care Medication Management




List Price: $259.00
Product: #MM1107
ISBN: 978-0-9798743-9-0
Pages: 126
3 Ring Binder: 10.2 x 1.6 x 11.6 inches
CD-ROM with the text in My PolicyMaker© software for easy customization.

Hospice Medication Management




List Price: $279.00
Product: #MM2107
ISBN: 978-0-9798743-9-0
Pages: 166
3 Ring Binder: 10.2 x 1.6 x 11.6 inches
CD-ROM with the text in My PolicyMaker© software for easy customization.

Overview

These comprehensive, evidenced-based, medication management policies and procedures address problematic survey processes, such as Medication Reconciliation, List of Drugs that Should be Handled as Hazardous, Patient Safety Strategies for High-alert Medications, Medication Orders, Medication Errors, Adverse Drug Reactions, Adverse Drug Events, Medication Disposal in the Home Setting, Medication Storage during Transport to the Home and in the Home, Refrigerator Temperature Logs, Medications Storage, Components and Types of Medication Orders, and Single and Multi-dose Vials and Containers, Read Back Verification Process, Critical Test Results and Values, Do Not Use Abbreviations and much more.

This comprehensive, evidenced-based medication management program includes policies and procedures, forms and checklists that:

  • Address care provided to home health and hospice patients in the home, as well as hospice care provided in an inpatient hospice unit and residential hospice facility and meets:
    • Accrediting body standards (i.e., The Joint Commission (TJC), Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP), and Accreditation Commission for Home Care (ACHC)); and
    • Medicare Home Health and Hospice Conditions of Participation (CoPs).

By purchasing and adopting the content within the Home Care and Hospice Medication Management manuals, you will:

  • Save hours of time from doing research, reading new evidenced-based guidelines, and interpreting regulatory and accrediting body requirements, writing policies and developing forms.
  • Have a complete template to develop and implement a comprehensive medication management program, specifically designed for care provided in the home and hospice facility.
  • Have peace of mind knowing that the author of the program is credible as a former Joint Commission surveyor and the manual's content has been peer-reviewed by home infusion Pharmacists.

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