Medical Subject Headings (MeSH): Patient Care Planning
Patient care planning in healthcare involves creating a customized plan of action for a patient based on their individual needs and medical conditions. This plan is developed by a healthcare team, typically led by a physician, and may include input from nurses, therapists, and other specialists. The goal of patient care planning is to improve the patient’s health outcomes and quality of life by providing appropriate and effective treatment and support. This may involve medications, procedures, therapy, and lifestyle changes, as well as coordination with community resources and support services. Regular reviews and updates to the care plan are typically conducted to ensure that it remains effective and relevant to the patient’s changing needs.
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