Following instructions for care and service is critical in the home care setting. This course describes the plan of care, or POC, and your role in following it.
What Is a Plan of Care?
Your Role in Following the POC
Ms. Peckham has over 11 years’ experience as Board Certified RN and is a Certified Case Manager providing patient-centered advocacy and care. Her nursing and case management expertise have been used in the critical care, ambulatory care, community health, long-term care, case management, and clinical program development settings. She has worked as a clinical manager and implemented quality improvement research programs improving the continuity of care of patients and families managing complex, chronic conditions. She was integral in the coordination of a population health program supported by CMS’ Next Generation ACO which included highly complex Medicare patients transitioning from hospital to LTC and back home when able. In addition, she has worked supporting the health of migrant farmworkers and refugees throughout North Carolina and created professional development training for improved care and health equity for the LGBTQ and other underserved populations.
Ms. Peckham is currently working as a nurse consultant for a clinical care management software company and provides ongoing subject matter expertise to Relias and other clinical training and development organizations. Ms. Peckham was recently published in the Tarheel Nurse journal and continues to write in support of the nursing profession. She is completing her MSN in Population Health and Informatics and spends her free time volunteering with the Red Cross as a Disaster Health Services RN and has been deployed throughout the United States.Disclosure: Jessica Peckham, RN-BC, CCM has no Relevant Financial or Non-Financial Relationship with ineligible companies to disclose.
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