Health Care Policies and Procedures

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«Facility_Name_» HEALTH CARE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Signature Sheet 2009

Responsible Physician

Date

DRAFT
Health Services Administrator Date Director of Nursing Date Regional Director Date Jail Services Administrator Date CHC Companies include:

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«Facility_Name_» HEALTH CARE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Table of Contents Definitions Section A
J-A-01 J-A-02 J-A-03 J-A-04 J-A-05 J-A-06 J-A-07 J-A-08 J-A-09 J-A-10 J-A-11 J-B-01 J-B-02 J-B-03 J-B-04 J-B-05

Governance and Administration
Access to Care Responsible Health Authority Medical Autonomy Administrative Meetings and Reports Policies and Procedures Continuous Quality Improvement Program Emergency Response Plan Communication on Patients’ Health Needs Privacy of Care Procedure in the Event of an Inmate Death Grievance Mechanism for Health Complaints

Section B

Section C
J-C-01 J-C-02 J-C-03 J-C-04 J-C-05 J-C-06 J-C-07 J-C-08 J-C-09

DRAFT
Safety
Infection Control Program Patient Safety Staff Safety Federal Sexual Assault Reporting Regulations Procedures in the Event of Sexual Assault

Personnel and Training

Credentialing Clinical Performance Enhancement Professional Development Health Training for Correctional Officers Medication Administration Training Inmate Workers Staffing Health Care Liaison Orientation For Health Staff

CHC Companies include:
 

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«Facility_Name_» HEALTH CARE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Table of Contents Section D
J-D-01 J-D-02 J-D-03 J-D-04 J-D-05

Health Care Services and Support
Pharmaceutical Operations Medication Services Clinic Space, Equipment, and Supplies Diagnostic Services Hospital and Specialty Care

Section E
J-E-01 J-E-02 J-E-03 J-E-04 J-E-05 J-E-06 J-E-07 J-E-08 J-E-09 J-E-10 J-E-11 J-E-12 J-E-13 J-F-01 J-F-02 J-F-03

Inmate Care and Treatment
Information on Health Services Receiving Screening Transfer Screening Initial Health Assessment Mental Health Screening and Evaluation Oral Care Nonemergency Health Care Requests and Services Emergency Services Segregated Inmates Patient Escort Nursing Assessment Continuity of Care During Incarceration Discharge Planning

Section F

DRAFT
Health Promotion
Health Lifestyle Promotion Medical Diets Use of Tobacco

CHC Companies include:
 

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Confidential and Proprietary Document – Not to be Disseminated Without Written Permission. Copyright 2009 by CHC.

«Facility_Name_» HEALTH CARE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Table of Contents Section G
J-G-01 J-G-02 J-G-03 J-G-04 J-G-05 J-G-06 J-G-07 J-G-08 J-G-09 J-G-10 J-G-11

Special Needs and Services
Chronic Disease Services Patients with Special Health Needs Infirmary Care Basic Mental Health Services Suicide Prevention Program Intoxication and Withdrawal Care of the Pregnant Inmate Inmates with Alcohol and Other Drug Problems Pregnancy Counseling Aids to Impairment Care for the Terminally Ill

Section H
J-H-01 J-H-02 J-H-03 J-H-04 J-I-01 J-I-02 J-I-03 J-I-04 J-I-05 J-I-06

Section I

DRAFT
Health Records
Health Record Format and Contents Confidentiality of Health Records Access to Custody Information Management of health records

Medical –Legal Issues

Restraint and Seclusion Emergency Psychotropic Medication Forensic Information End-of-Life Decision Making Informed Consent and Right to Refuse Medical and Other Research

CHC Companies include:
 

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DEFINITIONS

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Access to Care – means that, in a timely manner, an inmate can be seen by a clinician, be given a professional clinical judgment, and receive care that is ordered. (J-A-01) Accounting – the act of...
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