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Driving results. Amber Yun – Senior Analyst, Partnership for Patients Mara Zabari , RN – Director of Integrated Care, Partnership for Patients. Harm and Readmissions Reduction Results. Lower is better. 38%. 8 %. 6 %. Pressure Ulcers. Readmissions. CLABSI. VAP. CAUTI. SSI. Falls.

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Driving results

Driving results

Amber Yun – Senior Analyst, Partnership for Patients

Mara Zabari, RN – Director of Integrated Care, Partnership for Patients


Harm and readmissions reduction results

Harm and Readmissions Reduction Results

Lower is better

38%

8%

6%

Pressure Ulcers

Readmissions

CLABSI

VAP

CAUTI

SSI

Falls

OB

VTE

ADE

Achieve by December 2013

Baseline

2010

2%

10%

Goal 20%

Goal 40%

50%

52%

64%

Based on submitted data through Q4 2012 for CLABSI, VAP, CAUTI, and SSI

Based on submitted data through Q3 2012 for OB and Pressure Ulcers.

Based on submitted data through Q2 2012 for Readmissions

Based on submitted data through Q1 2012 for VTE

Submission rates for current quarter of data: CLABSI: 80%; VAP: 75.4%; CAUTI: 80%; SSI: 80.3%; Falls: 30.5%; Pressure Ulcers: 90.5%; EED: 81.3%; VTE: 77.9%; Readmission: 90.53%

77%

DRAFT


Driving results

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Driving results

  • The hospitals reporting over time have changed so it is difficult to make conclusions from the trend line.

  • 9 hospitals have made a reduction in their falls with injury rate.

  • 7 of the 9 have exceeded the goal of 40% reduction from their 2010 baseline to Q2 2012.


Falls

FALLS

  • 25 hospitals with data for all quarters between 2010 baseline to Q2 2012

    • Continue to report

  • 26 hospitals with incomplete data

    • Contact Amber Yun

  • 41 hospitals with no data

    • Contact Amber Yun

  • Contact Information:

    • Amber Yun

      Senior Analyst, Partnership for Patients

      206-216-2895

      [email protected]

Presented at Washington State Hospital Association Safe Table, 2/20/2013


Discussion

Discussion


Driving results

54%reduction in the number of stage III and IV pressure ulcers!

$80,000 savings in one year.

Presented at Washington State Hospital Association Safe Table, 2/20/2013


Discussion1

Discussion


Resources

Resources:

Presented at Washington State Hospital Association Safe Table, 2/20/2013


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Resources:

Presented at Washington State Hospital Association Safe Table, 2/20/2013


Adaptive action

Adaptive Action

So What?

What?

Now What?

Human Systems Dynamics Institute 2012

Presented at Washington State Hospital Association Safe Table, 2/20/2013


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