which important facts about Medicare should Show more PLEASE ANSWER ALL THESE QUESTIONS I REALLY NEED THEM. 51 which important facts about Medicare should nurses know? Choose 2 answers A Medicare requires income assessment in order to qualify for coverage B Medicare cover assisted living services for Americans in extreme poverty. C Medicare recipients range from those simply needing Wellness services to those who are profoundly Frail. D Medicare covers certain disabled Americans who have not reached age eligibility. 52 what is a common preventable error that can occur during the transition of care for older adults? A unhelpful Hospital staff B inaccurate medication reconciliation. C disorganized dosing schedule D lost nursing equipment. 53 how is communication further facilitated? Choose 2 answers A through communication to between and among the patients family caregivers and health care providers B through active engagement of patients and family caregivers with a focus on meeting the patients goals C through reliance on use of text messages that are less disruptive to the patient and family. D through Healthcare Providers conversing with the patient and allowing the patient speak with the family. 54 what are appropriate evaluation measures related to successful transitions of care? Choose 2 answers A emotional and social domains of quality of life. B all clinical indicators related to Chronic conditions. C functional status D exclusion of nursing sensitive measures. 55 a critical competency in geriatric nursing is the ability to assess family knowledge of the skills necessary in the care of older adults. What Broad caregiver competencies are included in this assessment? A knowing the science behind the scenes of geriatrics B allowing the active participation of the patient in all aspects of care. C balancing the patient autonomy with safety D knowing how to safely start an IV. 56 what Communications techniques promote safe transition of care in patients with aphasia? A respond in the affirmative when a question is asked B speak softer so as to never have a harsh tone C give the patient time to speak D use non-verbal gestures to communicate. Show less