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The OT staff in an inpatient setting has developed a continuous quality improvement initiative to measure the percentage of intervention goals achieved. Results suggest that although patient improvement was evident in the documentation, the goals of the original intervention plans were not always achieved by the time of discharge. What should the OT staff investigate NEXT based on these findings?
A) Consistency in therapy minutes allocated for daily OT treatment sessions
B) Extent to which each intervention plan reflected patients’ perceived needs
C) Relationship between diagnosis and the patient’s length of stay
D) Relationship of intervention goals to the presenting occupational performance deficits

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Asked on December 12, 2016 11:26 am
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Answered on December 15, 2016 5:41 am
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The OT staff must rule out inadequate amounts of treatment as a reason for patients not achieving their original treatment goals before they can look at the relationship between intervention goals and presenting deficits.

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