Are you struggling with implementing safer processes for opioid management? Having trouble getting started or in spreading success? Are the naysayers bogging you down? Join the HRET HIIN on May 2nd for our first "Fishbowl" event where you will watch brave organizations learn by doing...in real time. Join in as they develop aim statements and measures, organize small improvement teams, and begin rapid cycle Plan DO Study Act (PDSA) learning and improvement cycles. See how small tests of change can lead to learning from failure; failure that rapidly leads to success. The intended audience is for hospital teams working to reduce ADEs due to opioids.
HRET HIIN PFE Fellowship | Getting to Work: Implementation and Trouble Shooting
Webinar: May 3, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm (CST)
PFE strategies sound great and it is easy to see on a theoretical level how they will work and transform care. However, when trying to implement them in a real world setting, issues, questions and barriers may arise. Sometimes there is a need to modify what is considered a best practice so that it works within your organization’s culture. PFE methods are easily adaptable for many different situations and settings. This session will explore how to accomplish PFE strategies in every setting.
Webinar: May 10, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm (CST) Testing changes is a continuous incremental process. The completion of each Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle leads directly into the start of the next cycle. Linking small tests of change can help overcome an organizations natural resistance to change. Come join us to learn how we link these tests of changes together!
HRET HIIN QI Accelerating Improvement Fellowship Call #6: How to Design Reliable Process Health Care
Webinar: May 10, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm (CST) Ever wonder if a process in your organization runs the same on nights and weekends? Or, wonder about what happens when the nurse manager runs the process versus the nurse who was hired last week? Designing reliable processes in health care can be critical to the safety of our patients. This session will be led by IHI Vice President, Carol Haraden, and cover reliable design concepts while strengthening your understanding for how standardization can lead to reliable systems.
Webinar: May 11, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm (CST) In the May 11th virtual event, national falls subject matter expert, Patirica Quigley, PhD, ARNP, CRRN, FAANP, will review the nurse's professional role in supporting informed decision making as it related to fall safety. Key teach-back content and questions will be reviewed as a framework for engaging the patient in their fall safety plan. A teach-back tool will be shared along with tips on how to spread the adoption of teach-back into your nursing staff's repertoire.
HRET HIIN Rural/CAH | Get on Track with Antibiotic Stewardship
Webinar: May 15, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm (CST)
Antimicrobial Stewardship standards are now in effect for critical access hospitals, effective January 2017. The event will feature a subject matter expert from the Mountain Pacific QIO, State Partners and a Hospital that have various levels of experience and expertise in setting up an antibiotic stewardship programs at a state and hospital level.
HRET HIIN PFE Fundamentals | Session #3: Preparing Patient and Family Advisors: Orientation?
Webinar: May 23, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm (CST)
The orientation process is a means of introducing advisors to the organization and providing them with an overview of how the PFAC or other PFE structure operates. An effective orientation serves to acclimate the advisor and speed up the time it takes to become effective members of the organization. It can also increase the comfort level for staff and new advisors. This session will provide details to help develop an orientation process that you can customize to your organization.
HRET HIIN Readmissions | Reduce Readmissions Fishbowl Series 1
Webinar: May 25, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm (CST) Does your organization have an opportunity to gain new insights and test strategies to reduce readmissions? Join the HRET HIIN on May 25th for the first reducing readmissions "Fishbowl" event where you will watch the process improvement journey of five HRET HIIN hospitals. Listen in as the hospitals create reduction aim statements, focus on their target population and develop their first small test of change to implement in their readmissions reduction efforts.
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HRET HIIN PFE Fundamentals: Session # 4 PFAs: We Got Them! Now what?
Webinar: June 20, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm (CST)
Whether it is your very first meeting with a brand new PFAC, or the 100th with a well-seasoned PFAC, it is important to take the time to prepare meetings and innovate engagement. Early meetings may benefit from presentations, such as getting to know leadership, an overview of a process or bringing the council a question or material to review. These presentations help to build a sense of community while educating your PFAC members. As the PFAC or PFE structure matures, there are opportunities to prepare PFAs on health care committees or workgroups. This session will focus on all the different structures that can be used to engage PFAs, discuss projects in which a PFA can be involved and how to manage feedback.
HRET HIIN PFE Fundamentals | Session #5: Using Stories to Impact Change
Webinar: August 22, 2017 11:00am - 11:30am (CST)
Whether it is your very first meeting with a brand new PFAC, or the 100th with a well-seasoned PFAC, it is important to take the time to prepare meetings and innovate engagement. Early meetings may benefit from presentations such as getting to know leadership, an overview of a process or bringing the council a question or material to review. These presentations help to build a sense of community while educating your PFAC members. As the PFAC or PFE structure matures, there are opportunities to prepare PFAs on healthcare committees or workgroups. This session will focus on all the different structures that can be used to engage PFAs, discuss projects in which PFAs can be involved and how to manage feedback.