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IPRO 8 th SOW Pain Management Characteristics of Providers' Success April 8, 2009. Maureen Valvo Project Manager.

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    1. IPRO 8th SOW Pain ManagementCharacteristics of Providers' SuccessApril 8, 2009 Maureen Valvo Project Manager

    2. an independent, not-for-profit corporation committed to assessing and improving the value of health care services received by consumers through the use of innovative methods and technologies. Logiqual is an IPRO affiliate, providing health care management solutions and consulting services to private sector clients.

    3. IPRO 7th & 8th Scope of Work (SOW) • 7th SOW was the First Time Working on Quality Improvement in the Nursing Home Setting • In New York State Pain Management was chosen as a focus Quality Measure (QM) for the 7th SOW • 8th SOW Improving Clinical Performance in the Chronic Care Pain QM, was a requirement

    4. Pain Management Quality Improvement Strategies • Systems Approach • Process Improvement • Data Collection/Usage in QI • Small Tests of Change • Collaboration and Partnerships • Training across all levels of Staff

    5. Chronic Care Pain Management Successful Components: • Educating all Staff, Residents, & Families on Pain Management • Pain Assessment in Cognitively Impaired • Standing Orders for Pain Medication • MDS Coding reflects Resident’s Comfort Level Achieved on Pain Management Program

    6. Pain Management Resources • Advancing Excellence www.nhqualitycampaign.org • AMDA Pain Management in the Long–Term Care Setting Clinical Practice Guidelines www.amda.com • Empire Quality Partners http://www.empirequality.com • IPRO website www.ipro.org/nhqi • MedQICwww.qualitynet.org/Medqic • Nursing Home Compare www.medicare.gov/nhcompare • STAR (Setting Targets-Achieving Results) www.nhqi-star.orgThis material was prepared by IPRO, the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization for New York State, under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The contents do not necessarily reflect CMS policy.

    7. For more information, contact Pauline Kinney Maureen Valvo (516) 326-7767 ext. 402 (516) 326-7767 ext 308 pkinney@nyqio.sdps.orgmvalvo@nyqio.sdps.org Dan Yuricic David Johnson (516) 326-7767 ext. 458 (518) 426-3300 ext 116 dyuricic@nyqio.sdps.org djohnson@nyqio.sdps.org Corporate Headquarters: 1979 Marcus Avenue, Lake Success, NY 11042 ● www.ipro.org