EDWARDS REDEEMER HEALTH & REHAB
Located: 1530 NORTHEAST GRAND BLVD, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73117
EDWARDS REDEEMER HEALTH & REHAB was recently cited in June of 2014 by the DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES CENTERS FOR MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES for the following deficiencies:
Please be advised: The following highlighted quoted text is ONLY a small portion of the full report/survey. The full report/survey can be found here.
FAILURE TO NOTIFY PHYSICIAN OF SEVERE WEIGHT LOSS
Based on record review and staff interview, it was determined the facility failed to ensure a resident’s physician was notified regarding a change of condition.
Continuing: There was no documentation in the clinical record to indicate the facility had notified the physician of the resident’s severe weight loss prior to 04/23/14.
Based on observation, interviews and record review, it was determined the facility failed to ensure one (#64) of one sampled resident was free of restraints
Continuing: There was no documentation the facility assessed the resident prior to placing her in the restraint.
Continuing: At 1:47 p.m., the DON was asked if the care plan was fully developed to address the resident’s use of a restraint. She stated, “I looked at it and it is not good.” She then stated there were no assessments done, risks versus benefits, consent and had no medical symptoms for the restraint use.
FAILED TO ASSESS DECLINING CHANGES IN PHYSICAL AND MENTAL STATUS
Based on observation, record review, and interview, it was determined the facility failed to ensure a significant change assessment was conducted when a resident’s cognition, behavior and physical status declined
Continuing: No significant change assessment was completed between the 60 day and 90 day Medicare assessments when the resident was now receiving an anti-psychotic, anti-depressant and hypnotic medication 7 days a week.
FAILED TO FOLLOW CARE PLANS
Based on record review and staff interview, it was determined the facility failed to ensure care plans reflected the current status
Continuing: The surveyor asked the DON if the severe weight loss and lactose intolerance should have been addressed in the care plan. She stated, “Yes.”
FAILED TO PREVENT FALLS
Based on observation, interview and record review, it was determined the facility failed to implement interventions to reduce the occurrence of falls
Continuing: The resident’s care plan had not been reviewed and revised after the resident had seven falls two with injuries, between 03/02/14 and 06/08/14.
Continuing: Failed to ensure interventions were put into place and adequate supervision was provided to prevent falls for one (# 59) of five sampled residents who had experienced one or more falls since January 2014. This deficient practice resulted in actual harm to the resident due to sustaining a compression fracture of the spine.
FAILED TO TRAIN NURSING STAFF
Based on observation, record review and interview, it was determined the facilty failed to ensure licensed nursing staff were trained in the care/management of an implanted intravenous port site
FAILED TO PROVIDE ADEQUATE SUPERVISION TO PREVENT ELOPEMENT
Based on observation, interview and record review, it was determined the facility: a. failed to ensure residents who were at risk for elopement were provided adequate supervision and interventions were put into place to prevent elopement of residents. This affected one (# 59) of three sampled residents whose records were reviewed for elopement risks. This resulted in an immediate jeopardy.
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