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ESPDT School Health Nurse Grant Program: Clinical Evaluation Indicators Summary Report

Kaye Bender, PhD, RN, FAAN

Bower Foundation Board Meeting

August 21, 2006

components of the epsdt visit
Components of the EPSDT Visit
  • Physical Assessment with appropriate lab
  • Developmental Assessment
  • Vision Testing
  • Hearing Screening
  • Oral Health Assessment
  • Counseling and Education
  • Referral and Followup
clinical evaluation indicators
Clinical Evaluation Indicators

Assessment According to Standards ?

Nursing Diagnosis Appropriate for Assessment ?

Intervention Appropriate ?

Results of Intervention ?

epsdt screenings 2002 2006
EPSDT Screenings2002-2006

Total = 13,747 Assessments

$1,037,167.80 Billed

$703,414.59 Paid (68%)

*Data from Screen-Plus

assessment according to standards
Assessment According to Standards
  • Age Appropriate
  • Billable
  • Intervention and Follow-up According to School Nurse Protocol and EPSDT Guidelines
assessment by service vision screening 12 925
Assessment by Service: Vision Screening (12,925)
  • Nursing Diagnoses
    • Sensory/perceptual alternations
  • Intervention
    • Notification of parents or guardian
    • Referral to Physician
  • Follow-up – 92%
assessment by service dental screening 1331
Assessment by Service: Dental Screening (1331)
  • Nursing Diagnoses
    • Altered oral mucous membrane
    • Dental caries
  • Intervention
    • Notification of parents or guardian
    • Referral to Dentist
  • Follow-up – 38%
assessment by service developmental screening 11 120
Assessment by Service: Developmental Screening (11,120)
  • Nursing Diagnoses
    • Altered growth and development
    • Impaired social interaction
    • Impaired verbal communication
    • Self-esteem, alteration in
  • Intervention
    • Notification of parents or guardian
    • Referral to Physician or other appropriate provider
  • Follow-up – 86% (includes in-school referrals)
assessment by service hearing screening
Assessment by Service: Hearing Screening
  • Nursing Diagnoses
    • Sensory/perceptual alterations
  • Intervention
    • Notification of parents or guardian
    • Referral to Physician or Nurse Practitioner
  • Follow-up – 88%
assessment by service hgb hct screening
Assessment by Service: Hgb/Hct Screening
  • Nursing Diagnoses
    • Anemia
    • Potential for Anemia
  • Intervention
    • Notification of parents or guardian
    • Referral to Physician or Nurse Practitioner
    • Standing Order for Iron
  • Follow-up – 90%
assessment by service urinalysis
Assessment by Service: Urinalysis
  • Nursing Diagnoses
    • Altered urinary elimination
    • Diabetes related symptoms
    • Potential for urinary tract infection
  • Intervention
    • Notification of parents or guardian
    • Referral to Physician or Nurse Practitioner
  • Follow-up – 68%
random findings from initial physical assessment data 5 11 years
Random Findings From Initial Physical Assessment Data5-11 Years
  • Activity intolerance
  • Altered health maintenance
  • Dressing/grooming self-care deficit
  • Impaired skin integrity
  • Potential for infection
  • Potential for trauma
  • Pain
  • Coping deficits

* 2002-2006 Data

random findings from initial physical assessment data 12 17 years
Random Findings From Initial Physical Assessment Data12-17 Years
  • Activity intolerance
  • Altered health maintenance
  • Impaired skin integrity
  • Potential for infection
  • Pain
  • Rape/trauma syndrome

* 2002-2006 Data

implications of this evaluation strategy
Implications of This Evaluation Strategy
  • Validation of credibility and safety of the program
  • Nursing training
  • Referral gap identification
  • Clinical lab and other quality assurance
  • Baseline data for long-range tracking
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Complete Report on this Phase of the Clinical Evaluation Indicators will be available October 2006.

Next Clinical Evaluation Report Scheduled for December 2006.

For questions, contact Dr. Kaye Bender, 601-984-6220; [email protected]

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