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Maine Regional Diabetes Collaborative. Plans for Action Period 3 Lisa Letourneau MD John Devlin MD. Where We Are . Learning Session #3: The climbing is tough, but… Learned how other teams are improving Expanded knowledge about community linkages & resources, HTN/nephropathy

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maine regional diabetes collaborative

Maine Regional Diabetes Collaborative

Plans for Action Period 3

Lisa Letourneau MD

John Devlin MD

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where we are
Where We Are

Learning Session #3:

  • The climbing is tough, but…
  • Learned how other teams are improving
  • Expanded knowledge about community linkages & resources, HTN/nephropathy
  • Acquired new skills, tools, strategies
  • Started to think about spreading change within your organization
  • Continued planning new small cycles of change

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use your data
Use Your Data!!

Action Period #3

  • Focus on performance, core measures
  • Continue measurement – use data to support continued improvement
  • Remember new tools – community resources, decision support, self-management!
  • Plan and test changes
  • Take advantage of the resources!

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action period 3
Action Period 3
  • Support for teams
  • Expectations of teams

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support for teams
Support for Teams
  • Collaborative Faculty & Staff
    • Use faculty, staff for support
    • Team & faculty contact lists (on web)
    • Available for consultation, problem-solving
    • Staff always available!

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Support for Teams
  • Ongoing Communication with / among teams
    • Team conference calls
      • Monthly - changed to one call/ month
      • Input from faculty, other teams
      • 4th Wed/ month @ noon (see timeline for dates)
    • Diabetes listserv
      • diabetes@listserv.mainehealth.org
    • Email staff or individual team members

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Support for Teams

Site Visits

  • Expect two during Action Period 3:
    • August / Sept
    • Oct/ Nov
  • Review progress, barriers
  • Can direct toward specific problems or topics - team’s choice!

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supports for teams
Supports for Teams
  • Planned Care Video
    • Review with team (enter drawing!)
    • Discussion questions
    • Topic of July 23rd Team Conference Call
  • PDSA Primer
  • Readiness to change – pt self-assessment tools
  • Healthy Maine Partnership – contacts list
  • Step Counters

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Support for Teams
  • TARGET Diabetes Tools
    • Provider Packets
    • Patient Education Booklets
    • Patient Medication Information Sheets
  • Tools available (no charge)
    • Printed materials:
      • Order from MaineHealth Learning Resource Center
      • Tel. 885.8570
  • MaineHealth website: www.mainehealth.org

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expectations of teams
Expectations of Teams

Anticipate, plan for challenges of next 6 mos

  • Plan for team meetings, even when staff missing
  • Have backup plan for populating registry
  • Anticipate burn out, fatigue

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expectations of teams data
Expectations of Teams: Data
  • Senior Leader Reports
    • Data
    • Add annotation to note changes tried
    • Include description of change cycles
  • MHDEMS enhancement

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Expectations of Teams

You are the EXPERTS!

  • Communicate your progress & challenges with other teams
    • Increased listserv activity – join in!
    • Participate in monthly conference calls

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tips for keeping momentum
Tips for Keeping Momentum
  • Meet regularly as a team to plan changes
  • Check in frequently
  • Aim for testing at least one (small!) change every week
  • Share your data
  • Look to other teams
  • Celebrate successes!

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plan for spread
Plan for Spread!
  • Importance of building, sustaining support of your Senior Leaders
  • Think creatively about how to inform, involve the whole team
  • Remember…
    • Role of opinion leaders
    • Power of data
  • You are the LEADERS!

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final summary celebration
Final Summary & Celebration!

Plan to attend!!!

Friday, Jan 9, 2004 - 8AM - 4PM

  • Location Freeport - specifics TBD!
  • Invite local Senior Leaders
  • Report on overall achievements of teams
  • Celebrate successes!!!

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planning for final summary
Planning for Final Summary
  • Repeat ACIC survey - November
  • Team & individual surveys - December
    • On-line
  • Final Senior Leader Report - due Dec 9
    • Data for Final Summary
  • Final Storyboards, Presentations

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