CARING


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AcronymDefinition
CARINGCapital Area Roundtable on Informatics in Nursing
CARINGCaring, Accountability, Respect, Integrity, Nursing Excellence, Generation of Knowledge (AWHONN)
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They then see themselves as partners with management in creating a setting that is caring, safe and comfortable.
In addition to changing the relationship between the public and the PWD, commodification of family support responsibilities could upset delicate balances in these caring relationships.
But, in looking back at the past, those whose passion is caring for our elderly and chronically ill can take heart in just how far we have come.
At the same time, many are caring for patients with increasingly serious physical and cognitive impairments - conditions such as Alzheimer's Disease and debilitating arthritis, which are on the rise due to longer life expectancies.
Managing the health of an enrolled population within a budget is quite different than managing an organization or caring for a patient in the open-ended, cost-plus, fee-for-service environment that prevailed following World War II.