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MODULE 2 Standards of Care | Met | Unmet | Example | Recommendation | 1. Patients have access to the health care organizations’ services based on their identified health care needs and the organizations’ mission and resources. | * | | Patients are being cared of according to their complaint: * The patient is complaining of flank pain, the health care provider in the institution performs assessment and laboratory examinations. | | 2. The patient has a process for admitting patients to the organization. | * | | The institution has the TRIAGE system. * The institution utilizes this system in determining priorities and intervening to needs. | | 3. Patients with emergency or immediate needs are given priority for assessment and treatment. | * | | | | 4. At admission, the health care organization provides the following information to patients’ and appropriate family member and decision makers; information on the proposed care, the expected results of the care, and any expected cost to the patient for the care. | * | | Consent for admission is being explained to and signed by the significant other and the patient. | | 5. The organization seeks to reduce physical, language, cultural and other barriers to access and delivery of service. | * | | * As much as possible, patients having different dialect are being entertained by using the same dialect. * During blood transfusion, patients’ cultures are being respected after proper and complete explanation has been done. | | 6. Diagnostic tests for determining patient needs are completed and used as appropriate to determine whether the patient should be admitted, transferred or referred. | * | | Routine laboratory examinations are essential to the institution. | | 7. Entry to or transfer to units providing intensive or specialized services is…...

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