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Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety . LEAPT Grant Update October, 2013. What is LEAPT? In a nutshell – T he expansion of MHA’s HEN grant from CMS

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minnesota alliance for patient safety

Minnesota Alliance for Patient Safety

LEAPT Grant Update October, 2013

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What is LEAPT?

  • In a nutshell – The expansion of MHA’s HEN grant from CMS
  • The CMS HEN grant program seeks to significantly improve the quality of care and reduce hospital-acquired conditions in hospitals nation wide.
  • CMS awarded $218 million to 26 organizations
  • MHA was one of the high performing HENs &was eligible for an expansion of the original grant = LEAPT
  • MHA invited many community partners, including MAPS, to apply as a subcontractor for this grant expansion (6 LEAPT grants awarded nationwide)
maps priority initiatives
MAPS Priority Initiatives
  • New Initiatives
    • Safety at Transitions of Care
    • Measuring Patient Safety Progress
    • Improved Regulation to Support Safety
  • Continuing Initiatives
    • Expand Educational Programming
    • Culture Road Map
    • Develop aligned Organizational Strategy

Selection Criterion:

Uniquely positioned

Safety Across the Continuum

Opportunity for short & long term success

Matches work to available resources

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What is MAPS doing for LEAPT?

  • MAPS proposal based on our Transitions Work Group’s recommendations
  • Specifically:
    • Develop & test an evidence based and universally applicable tool for consumers to use at any transition of care to improve safety and prevent harm.
  • Transitions WG will be initial Advisory Group
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Safe Transitions of Care

  • Exploratory Work Group Convened June 2012
  • Work group decided not to try to duplicate work of RARE & others
    • Found several examples of internal efforts to improve transition processes
  • Lacking is the accompanying work concerning engaging and activating patients, residents, families & consumers during transitions of care.
    • Focused on patient/consumer/family engagement
  • Identified 4 evidence based actions that improve safety at transitions of care
  • Develop & test a set of targeted, consistent, universally applicable messages to use at every setting
  • Develop tools based on consumer research & feedback
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What is MAPS doing for LEAPT?

  • Successful safety improvement centers on a plan that routinely includes the following elements:  
    • Medication reconciliation,
    • Communicating test results,
    • Understanding the warning signs that a medical condition is worsening, and
    • Completing next steps or follow-up appointments.
  • Ultimately, complications like readmissions reduced
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What is MAPS doing for LEAPT?

  • Best practices identification ✔
  • Key message development
  • Consumer education tactic development & refinement
  • Consumer market research validation
  • Develop education plan & produce materials (tools)
  • Public Awareness
  • Evaluation & measurement
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What might this look like ?

  • Not graphically designed
  • Not word-smithed
  • Messages to be tested with patients
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Potential fridge magnet and wallet card (not graphically designed or wordsmithed yet). Themes to be tested with patients.

YOU: YOUR OWN BEST MEDICINEBeforeyour appointment: ___ BRING MEDICATION LIST. Bring a complete list of accurate to share.___ BRING TEST RESULTS. Bring all recent test results to share.During your appointment: ___ WRITE A WARNING SIGNS LIST. Ask about warning signs. Write them down___ WRITE NEXT STEPS LIST. Ask about recommended next steps. Write them down.After your appointment:___ ACT ON NEXT STEP LIST. Schedule appointments and tests. Fill prescriptions. ___ WATCH FOR WARNING SIGNS. Alert doctor if you have warning signs (see your list).

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Potential fridge magnet and wallet card (not graphically designed or wordsmithed yet). Themes to be tested with patients.

YOUR HEALTHCARE HOMEMORKBeforeyour appointment: ___ BRING MEDICATION LIST. Bring a complete list of accurate to share.___ BRING TEST RESULTS. Bring all recent test results to share.During your appointment: ___ WRITE A WARNING SIGNS LIST. Ask about warning signs. Write them down___ WRITE NEXT STEPS LIST. Ask about recommended next steps. Write them down.After your appointment:___ ACT ON NEXT STEP LIST. Schedule appointments and tests. Fill prescriptions. ___ WATCH FOR WARNING SIGNS. Alert doctor if you have warning signs (see your list).

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Significant work

    • Almost 3 times MAPS current operating budget
  • Aggressive timelines
    • Phase 1, Dec. 2013
    • Phase 2, Dec. 2014
  • Huge opportunity for MAPS
    • Establish unique role as community leader Engaging Consumers for Safe Care Everywhere
maps campaign path
MAPS Campaign Path

Phase 1 – pre-Dec. 8, 2013

  • Campaign Themes
  • Guided by strategic plan, develop 4 potential campaign themes, and sample tactics illustrative of each theme, to be tested with patients.
  • Strategic Planning
  • Develop a draft strategic communications plan
  • Goal, target audience, key messages, tone, key messengers, strategies, sample tactics to test.
  • Discovery
  • Learn about clinical experts’ recommendations.
  • Boil it down into simple, patient-friendly language.

Phase 2 – post-Dec. 8, 2013

You are here.

  • Media Planning
  • Guided by refined plan, expert media planner recommends media mix to most efficiently and effectively achieve our goals within budget parameters.
  • Choose Theme
  • Use patient feedback and clinical expert input to choose a campaign theme and refine the strategic communications plan.
  • Patient Feedback
  • Online interviews of 100 patients
  • Attitudinal barriers and opportunities?
  • Which potential campaign themes and media work best?
  • Tactical Execution
  • With partners, get all materials and ads in front of the target audience as efficiently and effectively as possible.
  • Tactical Development
  • Develop materials needed to execute media plan (e.g. discharge packet, wallet cards, magnets, web video, website, radio ads, online ads, other?)
  • Evaluate Campaign
  • Evaluate strengths and weaknesses of campaign to inform future outreach.
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Questions?

www.mnpatientsafety.org