All system components of the nursing management process and the management functions are interrelated
NURSING PROCESS is defined as a systematic, rational method of planning and providing individualized nursing care NURSING MANAGEMENT PROCESS support the nursing process, the two are squarely identical since they both seek to accomplish a goal with a minimum amount of time expended and done correctly the first time it was needed.
PLANNING is essential in nursing because
Programs such as staff development programs, outreach programs, and discharge teaching programs.
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PREPARED BY: Michael Bonito G. Tamayo, RN NURSING MANAGEMENT PROCESS
Is deciding in advance what to do, how to do a particular task, when to do it, and who is to do it.
Is predetermining a course of action in order to arrive at a desired results. It is the continuous process of assessing, establishing goals and objectives and implementing and evaluating them, which is subject to change as new facts are known
COMPONENTS OF PLANNING PLANNING: PREDETERMINED ACTION WHO IS TO DO IT: -professional, non-professional HOW TO DO IT: -technique, principles WHAT TO DO: -nursing activities
- The mission statement outlines the agency’s reason for existing ( whether hospital or health care), who the target clients are ( the poor, the needy, the middle or upper class), and what services will be provided ( in-patient, out-patient, emergency).
- reason for the existence of the organization (Nursing service exist to promote and maintain health)
The Board of Nursing under the guidance of the Almighty, with its unquestionable integrity and commitment, envisions itself to be the ultimate authority in regulating the nursing profession in the Philippines and to lead nursing development to its highest level of excellence.
Time Management is a technique for allocation of one’s time through the setting of goals, assigning priorities, identifying and eliminating time wastes and use of managerial techniques to reach goal s efficiently
A budget is the annual operating plan, a financial “road map” and plan which serves as an estimate for future costs and a plan for utilization of manpower, material and other resources to cover capital projects in the operating programs.
A nursing budget is a plan for allocation of resources based on preconceived needs for a proposed series of programs to deliver patient care during one fiscal year.
A hospital budget is a financial plan to meet future service expectations.
Levels of Care NCH Needed /pt./ day Prof: Non Prof Level I Self-Care or Minimal Care Level II Moderate or Intermediate Care Level III Total or Intensive Care Level IV Highly Specialized or Critical Care 1.50 3.0 4.5 6.0 7.0 or higher 55:45 60:40 65:35 70:30 80:20