*CE for Physicians and Nurses Available* *NAB Credits Awarded* Join Esther Pandey, DNP, MS, RN, the system vice president of care transitions at Mount Sinai Health System, to learn about the hospital’s journey in defining relevant measures and building skilled nursing facility collaboration. Esther has built a bridge between post-acute care facilities and the acute […]
*CE for Physicians and Nurses Available* This educational event will take us back to the basics of oral anticoagulant medications. Anticoagulants are considered high-risk in the Medicare population, but they are still necessary. In this presentation, we will discuss oral anticoagulant medications, common adverse drug events (ADEs), and tips for preventing ADEs. DURING THIS EVENT, […]
*CE for Physicians and Nurses Available* *NAB Credits Available* SUMMARY: Have you hit a roadblock during your root cause analysis (RCA) process? Or do you want to enhance your current RCA process? If so, join our RCA Session 2 educational event, where QAPI expert Lynn Wilson, MS, will share helpful tips for RCA success using […]
Use this package as a framework to develop super-utilizer reduction strategies and best practices and to support new AHS QA team members by highlighting what’s in the super-utilizer toolkit.
This resource provides clinicians and health care professionals with C. difficile infection prevention and treatment recommendations..
This bite-sized learning highlights the burden of sepsis in nursing home facilities, steps to prevent sepsis in nursing home residents, interventions for the early recognition and management of sepsis, and quality improvement resources to support your infection prevention and control initiatives.
This Monthly Pressure Injury Tracker can be utilized to track and trend pressure injuries in your facility. Tracking and trending can enhance your Root Cause Analysis for Performance Improvement Projects.
This resource is intended to help facilities prepare for and respond to nursing home residents or healthcare personnel (HCP) who develop signs or symptoms of a respiratory viral infection.
The Readmission Driver Diagram provides structure and guidance for teams implementing quality initiatives to reduce avoidable hospitalizations and emergency room visits. It represents theories of “cause and effect” in the system, what changes will likely cause the desired effects, sets the stage for defining the “how” elements of a readmissions project and provides links to […]