What is a care plan? Nursing care plan with example

What is a care plan? Nursing care plan with example (Mr. X is a 67-year-old African American male who reports today for an annual exam)
A plan of care is a presentation of information that clearly describes the services and support being provided to a person. Care plans should be developed and agreed upon with the person on whose behalf they are focused as part of the care planning and review process.

A care plan is made up of individual records of care, which then contribute to the overall plan of care for a person.
What does care planning entail?

Gathering and sharing client stories
A systematic examination of a person's areas of need
Exploring and discussing information to determine what is most important Goal setting and determining what you want to achieve from an individual's care

What is a care plan? Nursing care plan with example

What are we going to do? Action planning Who is to blame? When is it going to be reviewed? Risk management entails determining how to make a person's care as safe as possible. Care plans are a critical component of providing gold-standard quality care. They not only help define the roles of support and care workers in providing consistent care, but they also allow the care team to tailor the level and types of support for each person based on their individual needs.

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