The "Right Task" is one that is delegated for a specific patient such as tasks that require little supervision, are repetitive, noninvasive, and have predictable results with minimal risk involved.
One should consider the patient setting, available resources, and other relevant factors before delegating a task.
The "Right Person" describes delegating the appropriate tasks to the right healthcare person to be performed on the correct patient.
Consider the "4 C's" when giving direction and communicating, which includes clear, concise, complete, and correct information. This should also include the objective, limits, and expectation of the task at hand.
Provide appropriate monitoring and evaluation as well as intervention and feedback as needed.
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