By Bonnie Karen Davis
Organize for one of many quickest becoming careers in well-being care; or upload in your present abilities with the third variation of Phlebotomy: From pupil to specialist. delicate abilities are emphasised all through with distinct cognizance fascinated about expectancies for college kids not just within the school room yet as they transition to operating with patients.. fabric on uncomplicated blood specimen assortment strategies; non-blood assortment systems; and specimen dealing with has been up-to-date and accelerated; getting ready you to compete during this scorching activity industry.
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Explain to the patient that the doctor has ordered the tests and needs the test results for decisions regarding treatment. 2. If the patient continues to refuse, notify the physician and, if applicable, the patient’s nurse. 3. Notify the appropriate person in your department. 4. Document the patient’s refusal. RISK MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE It is very important for phlebotomists to maintain high professional standards of practice for themselves and for coworkers. Phlebotomists, like all health care professionals, usually want to ensure accurate and efficient work.
Discuss the difference between HIPAA and patient rights. when Nature leads the way 12. List five ways the phlebotomist may apply HIPAA to the patient’s privacy. to what is most excellent, instruction in the art takes 13. Define patient confidentiality. place, which the student 14. State the protocol for handling a patient’s refusal to have a blood sample collected. must try to appropriate 15. List the steps in completing an incident report. to himself by reflection, 16. List and describe the departments of the laboratory.
If a patient should refuse to have blood drawn, you should follow these steps: 1. Explain to the patient that the doctor has ordered the tests and needs the test results for decisions regarding treatment. 2. If the patient continues to refuse, notify the physician and, if applicable, the patient’s nurse. 3. Notify the appropriate person in your department. 4. Document the patient’s refusal. RISK MANAGEMENT AND QUALITY ASSURANCE It is very important for phlebotomists to maintain high professional standards of practice for themselves and for coworkers.