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Nursing Management


Nursing Management



HIPAA REGULATIONS

Protecting personal health information is not only the law, but also an ethical and moral obligation of all healthcare professionals. This program will concentrate on HIPAA Title II, the Administrative Simplification section of HIPAA. This regulation focuses on two things: the security and privacy of protected health information and the national standards for its transfer.

After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe the Administrative Simplification guidelines and codes.
  • Define PHI.
  • Provide examples of when patient authorization is needed for the release of PHI.
  • List exemptions to the Privacy Rule.
  • Name and describe the three safeguards of the Security Rule.

    DVD / 2015 / 14 minutes

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    HOW TO MAINTAIN PATIENT CONFIDENTIALITY

    Confidentiality is the foundation for trust in the patient-caregiver relationship. Efforts to maintain and protect confidential information once focused solely on paper medical records. But as communication technology has made it possible to easily store and transmit enormous amounts of medical information through computerized databases, fax machines, and the internet, there is an increased danger that confidential information may be revealed to inappropriate individuals.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe various ways to preserve confidentiality in daily practice.
  • Identify ways to keep electronically stored information private.
  • Follow guidelines for maintaining confidentiality when leaving messages.
  • Describe how privacy rules govern conversations with coworkers.

    DVD / 2015 / 17 minutes

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    VIGNETTES

    Nurses are required to protect the confidentiality of patient healthcare and personal information as part of their professional duties. Not only is this required by federal law, but it is foundational to the trust in a patient-caregiver relationship. However, it is not always easy to know precisely what to do in every situation.

    To help learners think through and prepare for these situations, this program presents a number of scenarios, in a variety of nursing situations, and asks the learner to use critical thinking skills to decide if the correct decision about confidentiality is being made in each case.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Identify different types of actions and responses that constitute breach of privacy.
  • Describe some of the consequences of breach of privacy.
  • Identify privacy rules in special settings.
  • Describe some exceptions to the privacy laws.

    DVD / 2015 / 14 minutes

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    NEW GRADUATE TO PROFESSIONAL

    The transition from nursing student to nurse is difficult. Nursing students enter colleges or universities with the hope that they will graduate and have a wonderful orientation with a preceptor who has excellent clinical skills, is kind, compassionate, empathetic, and respectful and imparts those qualities onto them. Unfortunately, this seldom happens. Thirty to 35% of nursing graduates leave in the first year and up to 57% leave in the second year. This is a tremendous loss of time and money for both new nurses and facilities.

    This course provides an overview of the challenges faced by the novice nurse, and facilities integrating the novice nurse into the nursing staff. It describes strategies the new nurse can take to ease the transition from student to professional, and programs facilities can institute to facilitate this transition and protect its investment in the new nurse.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • List the statistics regarding nurses' transition rates from student to professional
  • Describe the challenges newly graduated nursing students face as they enter the professional environment
  • Explain the value of nursing internships and residencies in providing critical hands-on experience for new nurses
  • Explain the value of preceptorships as an experience that can help new nurses successfully master the skills and pressures of day-to-day nursing
  • Identify the five phases that new nursing professionals go through during the first year on the job
  • Describe tips and advice provided in this course for enhancing the experience during the transition from new to experienced nursing professional

    DVD / 2014 / 23 minutes

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    PRECEPTORS AND MENTORS

    The need for nurses is great today, but it will reach a critical point in the near future. In fact, by some estimates another 500,000 nurses will be needed by 2025. This course acknowledges the challenges that both new nurses and experience nurse face when working together, and offers information about preceptor, mentoring, residency and internship opportunities that can be leveraged to help make the transition for the new nurse a success.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Identify the various challenges that new nursing school graduates face when they transition to the professional workplace
  • Describe what they will face on the job in the beginning of their professional careers
  • Explain the purpose, function and value of preceptors
  • Explain the purpose, function and value of a mentorship
  • Explain the purpose, function and value of nursing internships and residencies
  • Describe a facility's responsibilities when it comes to newly hired nursing professionals

    DVD / 2014 / 19 minutes

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    EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

    Mass casualty emergencies can happen at any time, anywhere in the country. They can take many forms, from natural disasters such as hurricane and floods, to man-made disasters such as terrorist attacks. These emergencies affect entire communities and they can give rise to a surge of victims needing assistance that can overwhelm the capacities of first responders (police, fire, EMS) and hospital first receivers.

    This program will address steps that the JCAHO has mandated for all hospitals to address emergency management planning.

    After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Describe the major steps the JCAHO has mandated for emergency Planning.
  • Describe the major types of mass casualty events.
  • Describe the importance of Emergency Drills
  • List the areas of a hospital that must have emergency power backup.

    DVD / 2011 / 24 minutes

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    ANESTHESIA TOPICS FOR THE NEW JCAHO SURVEY PROCESS

    The Anesthesia Department is a high-risk area of any healthcare facility, and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) has issued several Sentinel Event Alerts Directly targeted to increasing safety in this department. The purpose of this program is to educate clinical staff about the elements for complying with JCAHO requirements for anesthesia.

    DVD / 2005 / 23 minutes

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    HIPAA: PRIVACY AND SECURITY IN DEPTH FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

    As we transition from a paper-based administrative system to an electronic information environment, the American healthcare system is undergoing a dramatic transformation. HIPAA: Privacy & Security in Depth covers the Privacy and Security Rules of the Health Insurance Portability & accountability Act of 1996. The "teeth" of the HIPAA law are five administrative Simplification Provisions: Electronic Transfers, Unique Identifiers, Code Sets, Privacy and Security. Privacy and Security are the most controversial and complex provisions of the multifaceted HIPAA law. The Privacy Rules govern how medical information is protected, what medical information a patient can access, and how it must be obtained. The Security Rules govern how the information is stored and secured. The program explains how Protected Health Information (PHI) is transmitted and stored. The viewer will gain an understanding of how the Privacy and Security provisions fit together to create a secure healthcare system where information is exchanged more efficiently than ever before. The program is helpful to healthcare providers, business associates, the public, and lawyers.

    DVD / 2005 / 28 minutes

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    EVACUATION: TAKING ACTION

    In the event of a natural or unnatural disaster, part of an emergency response preparedness plan may include an emergency evacuation.This 16 minute program will review what lifts and carries may be used in the event of such an emergency.Topics include the following:
  • Rear Approach Assist
  • The Human Chain
  • Two Person Swing Carry
  • Side by Side Assist
  • Four Person

    DVD / 2004 / 19 minutes

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    TEAM TRAINING: BASIC PRINCIPLES FOR STAFF EDUCATION

    Providing safe and effective healthcare that maximizes positive patient outcomes requires a coordinated effort from all members of a patient's healthcare team. The importance of this has been recognized by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)which calls for team training under the "Management of Human Resources" chapter of its standards. The purpose of this program is to educate clinical staff about the basic elements of a healthcare team dynamic.

    DVD / 2004 / 18 minutes

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    UNDERSTANDING THE MEDICATION SYSTEM TRACER

    This all new comprehensive dvd and accompanying workbook outlines how and why the JCAHO holds the Medication System Tracer, and shows your staff how to best represent your organization's medication management practices during the survey process.

    DVD / 2004 / 20 minutes

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    COMMITMENT - PATIENTS, PROFESSIONALISM AND BOUNDARIES

    This program focuses on the second provision in the nursing code of ethics pertaining to protection. This program addresses the primacy of patient interests and the nurse's role as a moral agent and advocate for the patient. We also explore conflict of interest issues for nurses and proper actions that can be taken in these situations. Learn the importance of professionalism in the workplace and ethical issues of proper professional boundaries.

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    INTRODUCTION TO ETHICAL NURSING - CONCEPTS AND VALUES

    Ethics are at the core of professional nursing practice. This program provides a solid introduction to the fundamental ethical terms and concepts that students and nurses need to know. Through scenarios and expert interviews, it clearly defines justice, fidelity, autonomy, moral distress, and other important concepts in ethical practice. This program also explores the vital role that personal values play in ethical situations.

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    PROTECTION - PRIVACY, SAFETY AND STANDARDS

    This program focuses on the third provision in the nursing code of ethics pertaining to protection. We address the importance of patient privacy and confidentiality, while highlighting the key mandate HIPAA. This program explores the various ways that nurses can successfully advocate for their patients including those who participate in research. We also address the role of an ethics committee and the challenge of identifying and acting on questionable practice.

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    RESPECT - DIGNITY, AUTONOMY AND RELATIONSHIPS

    This program focuses on the first provision in the nursing code of ethics pertaining to respect. With the help of expert interviews and scenarios, we explore ways that nurses can show respect for human dignity. We also discuss a patient's right to self determination and end-of-life issues. This program clearly describes the nurse's role in supporting patient autonomy and the need for informed consent.

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    CENTRAL VASCULAR CATHETER

    Virginia Strootman, RN - Marijane Barbone, RN - Sue Masoorli, RN

    The objectives of this program are to distinguish the three types of central vascular access devices, explain implementation of the appropriate nursing management of central vascular access devices, and articulate the rationale for central vascular access device nursing procedures. Specific topics include: Non-Tunneled Catheters; Tunneled Catheters; Implanted Ports .


    DVD / 60 minutes

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    INFILTRATION & EXTRAVASATION

    Marijane Barbone, RN; Virginia Strootman, BSN, RN, CAN; Sue Masoorli, RN

    Program identifies the two most common IV related complications; lists the appropriate nursing intervention for IV complications; Verifies the importance of malpractice insurance. Specific topics addressed include: infiltration; extravasation; and legal issues.


    DVD / 60 minutes

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    PHLEBITIS & IV SITE INFECTION

    Marijane Barbone, RN; Virginia Strootman, BSN, RN, CAN; Sue Masoorli, RN

    Program discusses the four types of plebitis; the nursing management of phlebitis; and the CDC vascular access device blood culture protocol.


    DVD / 60 minutes

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    PRACTICAL NURSING - RULES GOVERNING FLORIDA NURSES

    This continuing education activity has been developed for Florida nurses to help them comply with Florida Board of Nursing Rule 64B9-5.013, Continuing Education on Laws and Rules, adopted April 21, 2013. Under the rule, beginning with the biennium ending in 2015, each licensee shall complete a two hour course on laws and rules governing the practice of nursing in Florida to include Chapters 456 and 464 of the Florida Statutes and the rules in Title 64B9 of the Florida Administrative Code.

    DVD / 81 minutes

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