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Patient Safety: Setting Aside Competition to Make Care Safe
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Patient Safety: Setting Aside Competition to Make Care Safer for Patients

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Hospital Engagement Network

19 hospitals signed letters of commitmentSlide3

Hospital Engagement Network

6 hospitals have submitted data on 70% or greater of the measures

.Slide4

Hospital Engagement Network

What do we need to be doing?

Track and enter data on hospital acquired conditions and readmissions.

Identify areas of opportunity for improvement at your facility.

Tell us what you are working on and we will help you get resources through subject matter experts on-line, by webinar, or in person.

Share what is working with others in Alaska.

Celebrate success and learn from challenges.Slide5

Reducing Harm Across the Board

Topic

Value Based Purchasing

Adverse drug events

(ADE): opioid safety, anticoagulation safety, and glycemic management

Central line-associated blood stream infections

(CLABSI), in all hospital settings

CMS

Catheter-associated urinary tract infections

(CAUTI), in all hospital settings

CMS

Clostridium difficile

(C. diff) bacterial infection, including Antibiotic Stewardship

CMS

Injury from

falls

and immobility

Slide6

Reducing Harm (continued)

Topic

VBP

Pressure ulcers

CMS

Sepsis and Septic Shock

CMS

Surgical Site Infections

(SSI), hip,

knee, cardiac, colon, hysterectomy

CMS

Venous thromboembolism

(VTE), including, at a minimum, all surgical settings

Ventilator-Associated Events

(VAE), to include Infection-related Ventilator-Associated Complication (IVAC) and Ventilator-Associated Condition (VAC)

Readmissions

CMSSlide7

7Slide8

Improvement Calculator

This

revised version (v6.1, May 2016) of the Improvement Calculator enables hospitals to import data from the Comprehensive Data System to track a "total harm" rate in pursuit of safety across the board.

Download

the 

instructions

 to additional details on how to use this tool. 

Click here

to download the tool.Slide9

Eliminating Harm Checklists

Reduce

All-Cause, Preventable

Harm

Top 10 Checklists for each area of preventable harm

Use checklists

to review current or initiate new

interventions.

Access the

full checklist 

here

.Slide10

Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN)

The new Partnership for Patients contract scheduled to start end of September.

Two years with potential additional year option.

Goal is to engage 3,700 hospitals through a network of contractors.

HEN 3.0Slide11

Hospital Improvement Innovation Network

Valuable to clinical staff.

Aligns with goals of CMS in Value Based Purchasing.

Helps members achieve the next level of safety.Learn across state lines.

HEN 3.0Slide12

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Washington State Hospital Association

Patient Safety

Member Driven

Improve Quality

Improve Community Health

Lower CostSlide13

Safe Deliveries Roadmap

Early Elective Deliveries

Episiotomy

Inductions

Hemorrhage/

Preeclampsia

General Care

Undue Exposure to

Radiation

Readmissions

Infections

Catheter Associated

Urinary Tract Infections

Central Line Associated

Blood Stream Infections

Surgical Site Infections

Sepsis

C. Diff - Antimicrobial

Stewardship

Population Health

Immunizations

Diabetes

1

st

Trimester

Early Intervention Mental Health

Measures for 7 by 17

Nursing and Staff Care

Falls

Pressure Ulcers

Venous

Thromboembolism

Worker Safety

Medications

Adverse Drug Events

Foundation of Engaged Leadership, Patients and

Equity

in OutcomesSlide14

Washington State Patient Safety – Partnership for Patients

42,504 fewer patients harmed

and

$365 million savings

through our collaboration in Patient Safety!

 

Better Care in Every Community!

Safer Care for Every Mother and Baby!

 Slide15

Expectations

Engagement by all CEOs and leadership teams.

Submit and use data to improve care.Engage in transparency.

Share best practices.Collaborate.

ASHNHA Board:

Endorse

Alaska’s continued dedication to the Partnership for Patients Program and strongly encourage all Alaska hospitals and health systems to participate with ASHNHA in Partnership for Patients HIIN through WSHA.