Which factor is essential to the evaluation of an NCDS?
The selection of a nursing care delivery system (NCDS) is critical to the success of a nursing area.
A. Determining how planned absences such as vacation time will be scheduled so that all staff is treated fairly B. Identifying who will be responsible for making client care decisions C. Deciding what type of dress code will be implemented D. Identifying salary ranges for various types of staff
The correct answer is option B.
Identifying who will be responsible for making clients care decisions. The selection process of nursing care delivery system (NCDS) is an important component of the Nursing practice, which is necessary for planning and provision of patient and family centers care.
The aim of this selection process is to ensure that all patients are treated well at the right time. Other options like A are also important. Determining how planned the absences such as vacation time will be scheduled only for the staff to be treated fairly but for the administration and care of the patient to be appropriate and on time.
Option C is deciding what type of dress code will be implemented to be able to differentiate them and option D identifying salary ranges for various types of various.
Identifying who will be responsible for making client care decisions-rationale: determining who has responsibility for making decisions regarding client care is an essential element of an ncds. dress code, salary, and scheduling planned staff absences are important to any organization but the ncds doesnt determine them.client needs category: safe, effective care environmentclient needs subcategory: management of carecognitive level: applicationreference: taylor, c., et al. fundamentals of nursing: the art and science of nursing care, 6th ed. philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2008, p. 541.