Care Setting Assignment PDF

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Care Setting
ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................1CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONCare Setting is defined in terms of a place where an individual receives health care servicesfor example- hospital, care homes with nursing, care homes. These services are not limited forproviding services in short run but also in long run facilities such as nursing homes, urgent carecenters and clinic services are included. This is an informative report that will provideinformation regarding report and record keeping processes in a zone of service facility in caresetting structure in UK (Oladoyin and Adebayo, 2017).MAIN BODYHealth care is provided by the British government and is funded by all the taxpayers. Inhealth care setting all the services and appointments provided are free to the patents. The UK hasa government sponsored universal healthcare system and that is National Health Service (NHS).There is statutory requirement for keeping records in health care organizations but two reasonsthat are very important above all are as-To assess the record of patient’s medication when required.To enable appropriate care to the patients both within and between services.The records which are kept in care setting should to be clear, accurate, relevant and timely.Medical and managerial staff creating or contributing to the patient’s record will provide timelyhealth records so that accountability can be determinant and it must also facilitate in decisionmaking. Health practitioners have a duty to keep up to date with relevant legislation's, case laws,professional standards and local policies to keep record keeping standards (Record Keeping,2019). As per statutory requirements electronic patients record system and medical devices inaccordance with local trust policy and procedures. Every entry recorded for patients must ensurethat they are clearly identifiable and each entry must be checked for accuracy prior to signing.All the health records and local regulations throughout the life cycle of the record needs toinclude management, retention, review and clearance. No unnecessary formation needs to berecorded and all the information must provide a clear information of the transactions entered.The Health and Social Care Act, 2008 regulations 2014 covers record-keepingrequirements under Regulation 17: good governance, paragraph 2. The Care QualityCommission guidance on meeting part of Regulations 17 identifies the importance of serviceusers record being-1
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