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200 Resident Care Plans Package


Instant Care Plans For Almost All Residents

Save Up To 80 Nurse Hours Each Quarter
Generate Personalized Care Plans Quickly

  • Simply Open Index

  • Choose The Plans You Need

  • Edit Problems, Goals and Approaches

  • Add Resident Name

  • Print and You're Done!

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Activities PsychoSocial Dietary

* A Care Plan Shell * CHF * Edema * Indwelling Catheter * Renal Failure
* Abnormal Labs * Chronic Bleeding * ETOH Intake * Insomnia * Respiratory Difficulties
* Activities Preferred * Cognition Impaired * Exit Seeking * Intellectual Function Decline * Respiratory Infection
* Activity Intolerance * Colostomy * Eye Infection * Interdisciplinary C P * Restraint Use
* Acute Flu * Communication Aphasia * Fall - At Risk For * Language/Comm Deficit * Sad Facial Expression
* Acute Pain Risk * Communication Deficit * Fall History * Low Bed * Scabies
* ADL Lim/Ext Assist * Confusion * Fluid Imbalance * Mastectomy * Scheduled Toileting
* ADL Limited Assist * Conjunctivitis * Frequent Use Antipsych * Memory Impaired * Seizure Disorder
* ADL Supervision * Constipation * Future Discharge * Mod Cog Impaired * Self Administer Meds
* ADL Total Dependence * Contracture Risk * Gerichair Need * Mood Changes * Separation Anxiety
* Advanced Directives * Contractures * G.I.Distress * Motor Agitation * Severe Cog Impaired
* Aggressive Behavior * COPD * G Tube Site * MRSA * Sex Offender
* Alarm * Coping * Glaucoma * Multiple Falls, Risk * Sexual Conduct
* Alcohol/Tobacco Withdrawal * CPM Apparatus * Gout * Neurological Alt/ CVA * Shingles / Herpes Zoster
* Alt Tissue Perfusion * CVA * Grieving * New to Facility * Shunt Occlusion Risk
* Amputation - Depression * CVP * Hard of Hearing * No Discharge * Skin - At Risk For
* Amputation - Infection * Decisions - Independent * Harmful Behaviors * Non Compliant Behavior * Skin Impaired
* Anemia * Decubiti * Hepatitis C Dx * Occasional Family Outings * Skin Impaired / Admith with
* Anger Episodes * Dehy Risk IV antibiotic * Hepatitis C Isolation * Occlusion Risk IV Lines * Skin Risk Circulatory
* Anti Anxiety Drug Use * Dehy Risk Tube Feed * Hip Fracture Risk * Oral Thrush * Skin Tear
* Antibiotics * Dehy Risk UTI * HIV * Osteoporosis * Smoke Independently
* Antineoplastic Agents * Dehydration * Hoarding Items * Ovary Cancer * Smoking
* Anxiety Episodes * Delirium - Acute * Hold Harmless * Oxygen Therapy * Splints
* Aspirin Use * Dementia - Cognition Imp. * Hospice * Pacemaker * Stasis Ulcer
* B&B Incontinence * Dental/Oral Problems * Hospice 2 * Pain/Arthritic * Stealing Episodes
* Behaviors * Depressed Mood * Hypertension * Pain/At Risk For * Steroid Therapy
* Bladder Incontinence * Depressed With Meds * Hypolipidemia * Parkinson * TB Isolation
* Bleeding - Anticoagulant * Depression * Hypotension * Pathological Fracture Risk * Toilet Assistance
* Bleeding/Bruising * Diabetes * Hypothyroidism * PEG G-tube * Tube Feeding
* Blindness * Diahrrea, dehy risk * I.V. Meds * Personal Items Loss * Unclear Speech
* Body Image Disturb * Dialysis * I.V. Therapy * Physical Restraints * Understanding Deficit
* BPH * Diarrhea * Imp. Skin, Amputation * Pneumonia * Upper Resp Infection
* Bronchitis  * Digoxin Therapy * Impaired Air Exchange * Pressure Ulcer Risk * UTI
* C - Diff * Diuretic Use * Impaired Bed Mobility * Prostate Cancer * UTI Chronic
* Cancer * Discharge Planning * Impaired Cardiac Status * Prosthesis * UTI Due to Catherization
* Cardio Vascular * DNR * Impaired Circulation * Psoriasis * Vision Impaired
* Cast * Drugs, 9 more * Impaired Communication * Psychotropic Drug * Visual Deficit
* Cataracts * Dx Tuberculosis * Impaired Sitting Posture * Rash * Wandering
* Cellulitis * Dysphagia * Inability to do ADL's * Refusing Meds / Non Compliant * Weight Alteration/Dialysis
* Chewing - Swallowing * Eat with Fingers * Inability to read Reg Print * Renal Disease/Dialysis * Weight Alteration Risk

200 Resident Care Plans

This is a computer based program (in Microsoft Excel Format) which is easy to install. It will generate a desktop icon which is available whenever you need to do care plans for your residents. Care plans are a vital part of the MDS Coordinator’s function. After the assessment is completed, a clear and concise plan of action is needed to implement the required care for the resident. State inspectors diligently look for incomplete care plans and often issue citations to facilities which do not keep their care plans updated and personalized.

Complexity of Choices

The complexity and extent of choices for care plans is often a major challenge for even experienced MDS nurses. Care plan meetings are the basis for gathering input information from the Nursing, Therapy, Social, Dietician and Activities teams. From this information the MDS nurse must synthesize the data and write the care plan. Our audits have revealed many care plans do not present a clear and concise plan of action. This leaves the resident open to incomplete care and the facility open to liability and citations.

Pre-Identified Choices

From the care plan index it is easy to identify most of the problem areas. Any care plans that are needed may be quickly chosen to cover the residents needs. With simple on screen editing, the goals and approaches may be adjusted to identify with a specific resident. A final print out and insertion into the residents’ records completes the task.

Reduced Time and Workload

Once the information has been gathered, it is not unusual for the MDS nurse to spend from 15 minutes to an hour of time creating a new care plan; especially for residents who have multiple problems which need to be addressed. Using an average of about ½ hour for each resident in a 120 bed facility, this can generate a workload of over 100 hours per quarter. This represents nearly 8 full 40 hour weeks to do care plans yearly. Saving up to a month of time will more than compensate for this tool which will provide years of service.

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200 Resident Care Plans Program

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