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A nurse is interviewing at an agency owned by a national religious organization that serves homeless and uninsured patients. A large poster display shows a proposed addition that would add 16 beds to the facility that will be funded from profits of the previous 3 years of operation. The nurse recognizes that the agency is most likely what type of agency?
A nurse is reported for taking prescribed patient medications for their personal use. Who has direct authority over deciding if the nurse may keep their professional license to continue practicing as a nurse?
The annual report for a hospital shows that external environment factors are affecting the amount of new staff hired. What is a likely factor contributing to this outcome?
A nurse manager recognizes that systems theory identifies that there is a social component within an organization that affects the overall functioning of the system. What indicator would demonstrate to the nurse manager that the social needs of an organization are being met?
A hospital organization is working to improve a feeling of being valued and respected among all staff members. Which action by administration would reinforce the feeling of being valued?
A quality improvement committee is reviewing discharge surveys. Results show that patients and their families have difficulty finding departments and areas of the hospital. What action by the committee would best address this concern for the organization?
A nurse manager finds an unsigned note reporting that patient care standards are not consistently being followed. Within the organizational structure, what is the best action for the manager?
A hospital is experiencing a drop in patient admissions, resulting in the implementation of a hiring freeze. What is a potential critical consequence of this internal organizational decision?
[Multiple Response] A hospital organization is applying for Magnet status to show excellence in nursing practice. What components would indicate that the hospital is meeting Magnet principles? (Select all that apply.)
a. The education budget for nursing has been cut to provide for new laboratory equipment.
b. On average, 40% of new nurses are leaving within 1 year of hire.
c. Nurses are active participants on all major hospital committees.
d. Quality improvement projects are planned and evaluated by nurses.
e. Patient care outcome data are reported in the annual executive board meeting.