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September 26, 2023 Nursing Home Readmission Affinity Group: The First 48 Hours - Improving Patient Safety During Care Transitions

Medical Director Dr. Swati Gaur, MD, MBA, CMD, AGSF, shares actionable steps based on her real-life nursing home experience that you can use to integrate improved processes for care transitions. Learning Objections:

  • Examine how care transitions impact readmission rates and patient safety.
  • Create an interdisciplinary system to improve processes for readmissions.
  • Learn to establish a collaborative process with referring facilities that support safe resident admission.
Invite your MD/DO, PA, and NP colleagues to join you for this bonus session! *CE for Physicians and Nurses Available* *NAB Credits Available*

September 27, 2023 Recognizing and Reducing Stigma in Clinical Documentation

SUMMARY: This session will focus on the stigma of substance use/substance use disorder in clinical notes. There will be a brief overview of stigma and its impact on quality of care. In addition, we will discuss how substance use is often stigmatized in clinical documentation and provide helpful tips on how to use less stigmatizing language and promote harm-reduction practices. We will also share additional resources to help reduce stigma in language. TARGET AUDIENCE: Clinician or Physician, Community Member, Hospital/Pharmacy/Home Health Staff and Long-Term Care Facility. ATTENDEES WILL LEARN: 1. Define stigma and identify its negative impact on patient outcomes. 2. Identify manifestations of stigma in clinical documentation. 3. Identify how to use less stigmatizing and harm-reduction language in clinical documentation. 4. Identify additional resources to reduce stigma and improve patient services for individuals who use substances.

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September 27, 2023 Health Equity Strategy Series: How to Make it Work for Your Hospital - Part 2 | Sept. 27, 2023

OVERVIEW: Join us for Part 2 of the Health Equity Strategy Series. Do you want to learn how to meet CMS and The Joint Commission (TJC) health equity requirements and improve patient outcomes for your community? Join Alliant Health Solutions and Tift Regional Medical Center (GA) for an interactive two-part series in which we break down exactly what your health equity action plans and next steps should include. To prepare for the series, please complete the gap analysis received after registration. LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Explain CMS and TJC mandatory health equity requirements.
  2. Illustrate a framework and best practice examples to identify health disparities, collect and analyze REaL and health-related social needs data, implement interventions, and establish community partnerships.
  3. Discuss how a 181-bed hospital started on its health equity journey, overcame challenges and made it work for its patients and community.

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Healthcare workers are constantly being presented new information as the virus evolves. Our educational video series helps your team stay ahead of the latest crucial information and developments in just 5 minutes at a time.

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Alliant HQIC Newsletter - September 2023

In This Issue:  News from CMS: Final Rule Establishes Rural Emergency Hospitals as Medicare Provider  Upcoming and Previous Educational Events Expert Insights and Resources on: Behavioral Health and Opioid Stewardship Antibiotic Stewardship Patient Safety Readmissions/Care Transitions Patient and Family Engagement Health Equity Violence Prevention Best Practices Corner Success Stories

Alliant QIN-QIO Newsletter - September 2023

In This Issue: CMS News and Updates Register for upcoming events Leadership Lesson: Advice from the frontlines Resources and information on: Health Equity  COVID-19 and Emergency Preparedness Opioid Utilization and Misuse Patient Safety Training Chronic Disease Care Coordination and Partnerships for Community Health Immunization BFAC

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