Now that your Plan of Care is developed, do you know who should be reviewing and approving it? This depends on your care needs. This new video in the Starting Out Right series, learn about the health care professionals who should be involved in your Plan's review and approval.
Did you know the provision of care services, the outcomes of those services and the effectiveness of the Plan should be reviewed prior to approval? To learn more so you can ask the right questions - watch this video.
Who is involved in your Care Plan review and approval? The following stakeholders:
You or your substitute decision-maker, if any,
A person with the requisite expertise in assessing the suitability of care services set out in the Plan. For example, a member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario or the College of Nurses of Ontario or a person acting under the supervision of a member, and
If an assessment indicates that your care needs may include dementia care, skin and wound care or the use of a personal assistance services device, then aa member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario or the College of Nurses of Ontario must approve your Plan of Care.
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