Do you work as an RD in ED treatment settings (inpatient, outpatient, PHP, IOP) or even private practice? Have you ever struggled with coordinating all of the pieces of the nutrition plan when your patient transitions to another level of care?
Care transition can happen fast, and you want to make sure you are not only prepared, but thoroughly detailed! Dietitians can build rapport and trust with clients in recovery through providing the future providers with thorough notes on that patient’s nutrition experience.
This Guide provides guidance on:
- What to include in a summary of care for the next dietitian involved in your patient’s care
- What to include in the nutrition plan to the next dietitian in your patient’s care
Practice Note: *Walking through this guide with a chart review takes ~15 minutes.
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- Product contains 2 total pages, which includes a cover page
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