nursing care

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Noun1.nursing care - care by a skilled nursenursing care - care by a skilled nurse    
medical aid, medical care - professional treatment for illness or injury
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Tenders are invited for open framework for the provision of older adults residential and nursing care services
In recent years, however, the number of people recognized as requiring nursing care and the number of nursing-care facilities have both been increasing, which has consequently increased the volume of analysis and guidance tasks associated with payments for nursing-care benefit claims, leading to problems with increased burdens on such employees.
Hospitals, working with federal and state governments and other third-party payers, should conduct studies and experiments to determine the feasibility and means of creating separate revenue and cost centers for direct nursing care units within the institution for case-mix costing and revenue setting, and for other fiscal management alternatives.
Summary: Tokyo [Japan], Dec 28 (ANI): Paramount Bed is a manufacturer specialised in making beds used for medical care and in nursing care environments.
Hugh James Nursing Care is working together with Age Cymru to raise awareness of a Welsh Government deadline to reclaim wrongly paid care fees.
Objective: To evaluate affecting factors and the relationship between patients' attitudes towards the nursing profession and perceptions of nursing care.
The majority of research in this area has examined nursing care errors of commission that result, for example, in patients receiving wrong medications or treatments.
Determining how to measure nursing care has been a persistent challenge for our profession.
In her new book, Errors of Omission: How Missed Nursing Care Imperils Patients, Beatrice Kalisch takes looking at missed nursing care to a level not seen before.
Residential nursing care refers to provision of long- or short-term care for individuals who suffer from serious or persistent health issues or need recuperation services.
Missed nursing care is a universal problem that has not been discussed or studied as much as it needs to be, but the studies that have been done are consistent in their findings that needed nursing care is missed far too frequently.
A BILLINGHAM care home has told 24 elderly residents and their families it is withdrawing the nursing care it currently provides for them - which could force them to move elsewhere.

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