A device or medication that restricts body movements
Separating a person from their room without their permission is called involuntary....
An order from this person is required for restraint use
Written instructions about healthcare when the person cannot make their own decisions is called an advanced...
Patients/Residents have the right to be free from abuse, neglect, and...
A complaint/concern that a patient has the right to voice is called a...
Patients are informed of their rights on.... (when?)
A set of privacy and confidentiality laws
People have the right to a safe and clean....
This person makes medical decision for you when you cannot do so for yourself
Patients have the right to < > treatment
What you should do if somebody asks for a copy of their medical records
What should you get if a person request that you look through their belongings?
Has laws pertaining to resident rights
Walking out when a person gets a phone call is an example of which right
"Do you want apple sauce or pudding?" is an example of the person's right to personal...
Your resident's name is Jane Doe (she's married). How should you address her?
A person has a neglect charge on their record. They can't be < > at a healthcare facility.
You violate HIPAA, what could happen?
What you should do prior to entering a patient's room
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