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OUR STORY. Located in west-central Indiana Founded in 1924 25-Bed Critical Access Hospital 311 active Associates Serving county of 36,112 residents including students of DePauw University, a renowned private, liberal arts institution. ~HARM ACROSS THE BOARD~ WHERE ARE WE?.

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OUR STORY

  • Located in west-central Indiana
  • Founded in 1924
  • 25-Bed Critical Access Hospital
  • 311 active Associates
  • Serving county of 36,112 residents including students of DePauw University, a renowned private, liberal arts institution
readmission lean six sigma
readmissionlean Six sigma

Graphic retrieved from HRET/Cynosure Health Improvement Calculator

improving harm rates per discharge
Improving Harm Rates (per discharge)

* Baseline = January, 2012

** Baseline = February, 2012

*** Baseline = March, 2012

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Joni Perkins, RN CNO

L. Annette Handy, RN Quality

Mary Beth Kaiser, RPharm Pharmacy

Teresa Decker, RN Case Management

Kammie Meek, RN ICU/Medical/Surgical

Denise Stepro, RN ICU/Medical/Surgical

Kendra Coon, RN Emergency Department

Deborah Miller, RN Surgery Center

Rachel Hopkins, RN Infection Prevention

pearls driving forces to chasing zero

COMMUNICATION DRIVEN: Clearly and firmly communicating that Safety is a priority and that EVERYONE is essential in our success.

    • A SHIFT IN CULTURE IS A MUST!
    • COMMITTED TEAM MEMBERS ARE KEY!
  • DATA DRIVEN: Critically evaluating data is essential to defining our performance versus how we believe we are performing.
  • OPPORTUNITY DRIVEN: Recognizing that simply because “we don’t have any,” i.e. CLABSI, doesn’t mean we don’t have opportunities.
  • TEAMWORK DRIVEN: Engaging front-line staff and broadening multidisciplinary teams to improve and sustain gains.
  • RESOURCE DRIVEN: Utilizing resources from HRET, Indiana Hospital Association and Purdue Healthcare Advisors.
  • PARTNERSHIP DRIVEN: Learning from other hospitals especially our district safety partners.
  • COMMUNITY DRIVEN: Patient/Family Engagement opportunities.
Pearls: Driving Forces to Chasing Zero