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Delivering Safe Pediatric CRRT: Development of a Multidisciplinary Program. Cheri McEssy RN, BSN, CCRN CMH CRRT Program Coordinator Children’s Memorial Hospital Chicago, IL. Historical Perspective “The Way It Was”. Management Team Members – independent decision making; practical disconnect

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delivering safe pediatric crrt development of a multidisciplinary program

Delivering Safe Pediatric CRRT: Development of a Multidisciplinary Program

Cheri McEssy RN, BSN, CCRN

CMH CRRT Program Coordinator

Children’s Memorial Hospital

Chicago, IL

historical perspective the way it was
Historical Perspective“The Way It Was”
  • Management Team Members – independent decision making; practical disconnect
  • Expert Support at the Bedside – resources not available; under utilized or inconsistent information
  • Errors – unable to ensure patient safety; inability to identify cause of error; calculation and pump management mistakes
  • Staff Dissatisfaction
evolution of the crrt program
Evolution of the CRRT Program
  • Identified the need for process change; improvement began with one person
  • Development of the program was possible through the active support of all disciplines (physicians, nurses, administrators, dialysis services, pharmacy, central supply, vendors, support staff, Biomedical Engineering, etc.)
evolution of the crrt program4
Evolution of the CRRT Program
  • Development of CRRT specific Nursing Procedures
  • Compilation of information regarding the theory and management of CRRT into a Resource Binder for use at the bedside
  • CRRT supplies accessible from in-hospital settings
3 main areas identified for process improvement
3 Main Areas Identified for Process Improvement
  • Development of Effective Communication and Role Definition
  • Creation of Expert In-Hospital Support
  • Implementation of Education Programs
communication and role definition
Communication and Role Definition
  • Identify the members of the team
  • Who oversees the medical care of the patient and writes the orders
  • How are those orders communicated
  • How does Pharmacy stay updated on the patient’s needs
  • Who do you call, and for what
  • Are there too many people involved, or not enough?!
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Communication and Role Definition
  • Dialysis Services – DaVita
    • Integral part of the CRRT delivery process
    • Specific responsibilities to CRRT in addition to the many other Dialysis treatment responsibilities in the hospital
    • On Call system
    • Coordination of nursing roles
expert in hospital support
Expert In-Hospital Support
  • Who administers and manages CRRT
  • Critical Care Units only
  • Formation of PICU based team of CRRT Specialists
expert in hospital support9
Expert In-Hospital Support
  • CRRT Specialists
    • Who are they?
    • What do they do?
    • Chain of communication at the bedside
    • Data collection
    • Advanced education
education
Education
  • Nurses
    • Initial
    • Ongoing
    • Competencies
  • Physicians
    • PICU Fellows and Attendings
  • Support Services and/or other Patient Care Departments
    • NICU, OR, ECMO
    • Pharmacy
outcomes of process improvement
Outcomes of Process Improvement
  • Have we developed an effective multidisciplinary team approach to CRRT?
  • Are we able to ensure patient safety when administering CRRT?
  • Have we been entirely successful, or do we have further work to do?
future
Future
  • Ongoing Data Collection
  • Quality Assessment
  • Research
  • New Technology
  • Sharing of experiences with other programs

cmcessy@childrensmemorial.org