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All Hands Meeting . December 10, 2009. Agenda. New Staff Introductions (Steve Desper) Announcements (Dr. Tom Miller) QI (Kim Young-Wright and Annie Whitney) CQI Success Story (Steve Desper) Clinic Support Website (Dr. Robb Malone) Retinal Camera (Dr. Robb Malone)

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all hands meeting
All Hands Meeting

December 10, 2009

agenda
Agenda
  • New Staff Introductions (Steve Desper)
  • Announcements (Dr. Tom Miller)
  • QI (Kim Young-Wright and Annie Whitney)
  • CQI Success Story (Steve Desper)
  • Clinic Support Website (Dr. Robb Malone)
  • Retinal Camera (Dr. Robb Malone)
  • Phone Messaging (Dr. Cristin Colford)
  • H1N1 vaccine and Guidelines (Dr. Cristin Colford)
staffing updates
Staffing Updates

Steve Desper

welcome
Welcome
  • Kim Ford
  • Vickie Wheeley
  • Jamie Walker
announcements
Announcements

Dr. Tom Miller

congratulations
Congratulations
  • Drs. Marco Aleman, Tim Carey, Paul Chelminski, Cristin Colford, James Evans, James Kurz, Michael Pignone, and Amy Shaheen have been included in the latest compilation of The Best Doctors in America
  • Promotions
    • Dr. Michael Pignone to Full Professor
  • Service
    • 10 years: Jo Williams
    • 5 years: Bart Scott
cqi transition and updates
CQI Transition and Updates

Kim Young-Wright and Annie Whitney

qi team projects and accomplishments
QI Team Projects and Accomplishments

Team 1

  • Training of staff on phone/fax protocols
  • Staff directory
  • Radiology form approval
  • Lab order simplification
  • Phones – Thursday and after hours
  • Handling misdirected mail
  • Protocol for shredding old forms
  • Standardization of nurse lab kits
  • etc

Team 2

  • Late clinic – better communication between nurse and provide before visit
  • Resident huddle checklist
  • Resident Rx refills
  • Phone tree
  • Streamlining resident mail process
  • Enhanced care appointments
  • Phone room call routing
  • etc
qi team projects and accomplishments1
QI Team Projects and Accomplishments

Team 3

  • Managing no shows – GE alerts, visit planners, pre-visit calls, scripts
  • Late patients tracking
  • Standardized messaging
  • Retinal camera process and flow
  • Narcotics prescription pickup protocol and Medication lists
  • DME fax cover and order sheet
  • Standardization of brochures
  • Unavailable residents protocol
  • etc

Team 4

  • Lab form updates and training
  • Encounter form updates
  • Patient flow
  • Clinic signage
  • Change to Side 1 & 2
  • Lab light installed
  • Standardization of supplies
  • Signs for Thursday late opening
  • etc
beyond the laundry list
Beyond the laundry list
  • Resident messaging project has reduced response time 24 hours or less for 80% of messages.
  • Home Health Billing project has meant additional $17,778 to the clinic last year and $29,599 so far this year.
  • No show calling project has reduced no shows to 34%.
  • Patients report that improved clinic signage has improved clinic flow and reduced misdirection.
  • Patient lab correspondence project has increased patient satisfaction and reduced call volume.
  • Phone scripting has reduced the amount of time needed for scheduling so more calls can be handled
and there s more
And there’s more…
  • Improved lab form project has decreased the number of unpaid labs.
  • Fax/phone process has reduced turnaround time. 80% are being handled within 1 business day.
  • Retinal camera is generating additional dollars for the clinic while providing an important service to our patients.

We should ALL feel REALLY GOOD about these accomplishments!

the transition beginning jan 7
The Transition – beginning Jan 7
  • A new model will be implemented to continue the work and progress we have already made.
  • The new model will streamline how we implement clinic improvements.
  • Will also provide the time for staff training.
  • All the little things add up!
qi teams
QI Teams

Q

Q

  • Team Composition: volunteers and some staff recruitment.
  • Support: Kim & Annie to facilitate teams paired with a leader.
  • Project topics: from clinic management meetings and staff suggestions.
  • Methods: longer term, more structured PDSA-based projects.
  • Metrics: will continue, helps to identify areas for support and improvement.
  • Project cycle: estimated project time ~3 months.
  • Staff rotation: new teams will be identified when new projects start.
clinic action team
Clinic Action Team

A

A

  • Team Composition: staff not on QI team.
  • Support: Steve and Paul to coordinate and supervise Action team.
  • Action Topics: master list of action items generated by managers, from clinic management meeting and staff suggestions.
  • Methods: task driven, improvement implementation.
  • Metrics: Actions will be assigned, and signed-off at completion.
  • Action Cycle: Some tasks may be small individual tasks, some may be a small group and take a few weeks.
  • Staff rotation: new teams will be identified when new projects start.
we want you
We want YOU
  • At last QI team meetings staff were asked to sign-up for QI or Action team.
  • Teams will continue to be cross-functional – PBAs, Nursing staff, Support staff, MDs.
  • If you did not sign up, please let Kim or Annie know your preference.
  • New teams will begin on 1st Thursday in January, 1/7.
  • You will be notified before then of your team and meeting place.
  • Team participation (QI or Action) will be included as part of staff evaluations.
we want your ideas too
We want your ideas too
  • Suggestions box and forms in staff break room

Suggestion or Idea: ______________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________

Proposed Solution: (not required)

_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________

Submitted by: (optional)____________________

  • Suggestions email QI_Suggestions@med.unc.edu
  • Questions? Comments?
cqi success story
CQI success story

Steve Desper

this new system is live starting today
This new system is live starting today!
  • You will not be able to use the site until you create a secure login and answer challenge response questions
new clinic support web site why
New Clinic Support Web Site: Why?
  • Security and privacy
  • Tracking and reporting is a requirement for NCQA PCMH Level 3
    • The practice uses a system to track referrals designated as critical until the specialist or consultant report returns to the practice.
    • The practice uses a system that includes the following information for its referrals:

1. Origination

2. Clinical details (may include but not limited to)

        • Reason for the consultation
        • Pertinent clinical findings
        • Support person
        • Functional status
        • Family history
        • Social history
        • Plan of care
        • Health care providers

3. Tracking status

        • Receipt of consultant’s report

4. Administrative details

        • Insurance information, including whether the referral requires health plan approval

Preliminary reports will be coming next month!

Who is going where for what and by when .

Who ordered what for whom that is still pending or was not done.

new clinic support web site home page http domis med unc edu csw
New Clinic Support Web Site: Home Page http://domis.med.unc.edu/csw/
  • Links will be embedded throughout and new ones will developed
new clinic support website create account http domis med unc edu csw
New Clinic Support Website: Create Account http://domis.med.unc.edu/csw/

Creating User Accounts

To create a new user account for access to the Clinic Support Website, simply click on the “CREATE NEW ACCOUNT” link.

new clinic support website logout is key
New Clinic Support Website: Logout is key

Logging out of the website is important.

There are 2 ways to log out….

new clinic support website security
New Clinic Support Website: Security
  • Email notices for requests will no longer contain and specific request information.
    • A message notifies the provider and the appropriate staff.
    • This notice contains a coded link that will refer you to the proper page to retrieve, view and print the request.
    • Login is required to view the request.

A new PULMONARY FUNCTION request has been created; please copy/paste the following URL into your browser and login to retrieve the pdf file for this request.HUhttp://domis.med.unc.edu/csw/index.cfm?requestid=12345678901234&requesttype=PULMONARY FUNCTIONUH

new clinic support website summary
New Clinic Support Website: Summary
  • What has changed?
    • The old site is gone, new links are established
    • Acceptable security is in place
    • Requirements for reporting have been established
    • Users must create logins
    • Login is required to:
      • Make a request
      • Review a request
      • Print a request
    • Logout should become habit
    • A training manual exists
  • What remains the same?
    • Ease of use
    • Types of requests that can be made
    • Provider order entry screens
  • What needs to be done now?
    • Identify reporting needs
    • Establish reports
retinal screening

Retinal Screening

Milestones reached, new information, and items to be addressed

assessment of camera activity business model
Assessment of Camera Activity: Business Model

We want a model that:

  • Supports Care Assistant effort
  • Is a more convenient and satisfying process for patients
  • Provides access for patients who otherwise may not be screened
  • Helps us meet NCQA standards
  • We need to develop reporting that is automated and address our ‘wish list’
assessment of camera activity volume
Assessment of Camera Activity: Volume

We are below our desired volume to meet our goals:

  • Need 25 vs. 15 per week
  • Interesting note:
  • We are approximately 50% of Ophthalmology's retinal photo interpretation
    • Unknown impact on Ophthalmology’s access and appointment use.
retinal camera process patient assessment
Retinal Camera Process: Patient Assessment
  • When compared to traditional retinal screening by dilation, screening by retinal photo:
    • Reduces patient and companion time requirements and recovery time
      • Median of 16 vs. 155 minutes
    • Appears to be more comfortable and fewer side effects
      • Blurry vision and headache are common otherwise
    • Results in improved patient satisfaction
  • May need further evaluation into patients confidence in the photo vs. ophthalmologist
retinal camera process next steps
Retinal Camera Process: Next Steps
  • Refine the process and define responsibility
    • Current visit planner prompts:
  • Revisit the message
    • Get regular dilated exams (diabetes specific)
    • Getting photos in clinic is our preferred method
  • Focus on scheduling
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In the patient’s record:Click on create notes tab at the top of the screen. Click phone message from the choices in the box.
phone messaging
Phone messaging

Dr. Cristin Colford

slide38
Goal

Efficiently respond to patient phone calls

Reduce variation in individual physician practices

Document in medical record

slide43

For quality measuring,carboncopy all messages to Scott Daniels CC yourself so that you can reference as needed CC’d messages are found under correspondence tab

slide44
Once a person has been selected, this screen comes up.Type the message under the details box. Click send when finished.
slide45

The doctor needs to be paged as well as sending a WebCIS phone message. To page the doctor from WebCIS, click on the reference link found in the left blue column.

slide48
You can also page the doctor from the webxchange hospital directory shortcut found on your computer desktop.
slide51

If you are not sure how to spell the last name. You can type a couple of letters and search that way.You will get a list of names to pick from.

slide52

Type in your message asking the doctor to check WebCIS for a phone message along with the pts last name and MR #.Make sure you put your name & phone number on the page as well.Be careful not to hit enter after each sentence. Otherwise your message will be sent prematurely.

providers
Providers…
  • When you take care of a message, send it back to the person who sent it and they will finalize to WebCIS to close the loop.
  • Use out of office for WebCIS phone messages
  • Call hospital operator 6-4131 to make pager unavailable
  • Set email out of office
slide57

Set out of office on email

  • Set Out of office for phone messages
  • Call Hospital Operator and Make Pager Unavailable
flu vaccine and guidelines
Flu vaccine and guidelines

Dr. Cristin Colford

h1n1 vaccine
H1N1 vaccine
  • UNC Health Care now has substantial supplies of H1N1 vaccine. 
  • As per new NC State guidance, H1N1 vaccine can now be offered to all persons (unless contraindicated). 
  •   The UNC Hospitals Drug Information Service (966-2373) is available to assist with answering questions about the vaccines. 
  • Additional information on the specific vaccines has been published in the CDC journal, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5839a3.htm
  • UNC Hospitals has been able to obtain additional supplies of seasonal influenza vaccine.  This too can be obtained from the UNC Hospitals Pharmacy Department.