The Cancer Care Map
features a raft of specialist services, offering advice on welfare and benefits, as well as work and pensions advisers who can support people with cancer if, for example, they're thinking about retiring after their diagnosis.
The current version of the care map
is shown in Figure 1, outlining the numbered steps and decision points to consider in managing MetS.
For example, one respondent stated, "I can facilitate or give ideas about how to do it (sustain the Family Care Map
) but I imagine that it is charting that will help with sustainability." Another PRC had integrated the FCM into weekly interdisciplinary team meetings where assigning a stage elicited considerable discussion, planning, and dialog.
The care map
or critical pathway document usually is formulated as a grid, and the categories of care are given specific time segments, usually in days (21).
Abbreviations: DOD = Department of Defense, FCM = Family Care Map
, OEF = Operation Enduring Freedom, OIF = Operation Iraqi Freedom, PRC = Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center, PT/BRI = Polytrauma/Blast-Related Injury, QUERI = Quality Enhancement Research Initiative, RAP = Rapid Assessment Process, TBI = traumatic brain injury, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, VBA = Veterans Benefits Administration, VHA = Veterans Health Administration, VR&E = Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment, WG = working group.
As part of the Kindred Healthcare chain, Greenbriar uses the Care Map
, a proprietary tool that effects a seamless transition from hospital to Greenbriar to home (figure).
A care map
determines the care she receives while in the hospital and through home health.
Rehab therapy should have input into the initial and ongoing development of the care map
. As the care map
is developed by the Medicare Part A assessment team as a whole, the MDS assessment nurse can set the ARD at the most opportune date to capture the necessary medical and treatment data for input into the MDS assessment.
These include case management conferences, reengineering task groups (guideline and care map
development and adjustment).
Other terms, such as care maps
, critical pathways, local protocols, or algorithms, are included to construct clinical pathways with the goal of improving patient outcomes (Lawal et al., 2016).
Various health care providers create flowcharts, or "care maps
" to share best practices, knowledge, and research findings with each other.
The program invites applications from various healthcare organizations to "suggest solutions" for challenges facing survivors, such as physical and psychosocial concerns, transition to primary care, navigation through care maps
and coping with a "chronic disease." The CUA was successful with its proposal as a non-governmental organization in the domain of "navigation and supportive care provision." The submission, led by Joe Chin, Rob Siemens, Keith Jarvi and Tiffany Pizioli, proposes to assist the ASAP program via existing CUA communication infrastructure and technologies, including patient information brochures, our portfolio of educational programs developed and/ or accredited by the CUA Office of Education and our new "direct to consumers" initiatives.
Students develop concept care maps
and nursing care plans based on these scenarios and use them as guides during individual simulations.