Identify and address risks associated with scope of practice and delegation standards.
As staffing challenges intensify, clinical managers are considering new approaches to maximize efficiency and address staffing deficits, while ensuring that healthcare providers and non-licensed assistive personnel work within their competency and legally authorized practice parameters.
This edition of Vantage Point® provides a decision-making framework, organized around 10 questions, to help administrators, healthcare providers or practice leaders identify and address risks associated with scope of practice and delegation standards, focusing on the following critical issues:
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