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The following webinars are available for viewing on-demand courtesy of Texas Medical Institute of Technology (TMIT).
Mortality Review and Patient Safety: A 2019 Update
Overview: Dr. Jeanne Huddleston is the global pioneer in the use of mortality reviews to improve patient care. She will provide a 2019 update on what has been learned from the world-wide collaborative program she leads. She comes back to us based on popular demand from our patient safety community of practice and the great reviews of her prior presentations that have highlighted Opportunities for Improvement in issues of omission.
End of Life Care: Learning From Mortality Reviews
The Opportunities for Improvement (OFI’s) are enormous when it comes to end of life issues. Our audience continuously requests more learning from mortality reviews pioneered by the Mayo Clinic and led by Dr. Jeanne Huddleston. Her emphasis along with other speakers from her research collaborative this month will be on Opportunities for Improvement for the end of life care.
Saving Lives Putting Mortality Review to Work – It Does Pay Off!
Dr. Jeanne Huddleston from the Mayo Clinic generated one of the strongest positive reactions we have ever had in our nearly 100 monthly sequential webinars for her work in mortality reviews. She will now show how such information can be used to save lives.
Mortality Reviews: Great Learning From Our Early Journey
Patty Atkins, RN, MS, CNS, CPPS, is responsible for Quality, Patient Safety and Lean Six Sigma for Sharp HealthCare, the largest healthcare system in San Diego, CA. She will share the terrific learning her organization has gleaned from mortality reviews, having worked with Dr. Jeanne Huddleston from the Mayo Clinic who are the leaders in this field. Her insights are just what our surveys have told us from frontline safety leaders in our National Research Test Bed.
Learning From Mortality Reviews AND the Living: Next Generation Safety Learning System
Dr. Jeanne Huddleston and her colleagues at the Mayo Clinic have undertaken breakthrough work that can have enormous impact on the patient safety of healthcare institutions. She will share learnings on their journey to analyze the stories of all patient deaths. She will share the lessons learned through the development and evolution of the Mayo Clinic Mortality Review System.
Learning From Mortality Reviews & the Living: Part 2 – A Deeper Dive
Dr. Huddleston and her colleagues at the Mayo Clinic have undertaken breakthrough work that can have enormous impact on the patient safety of healthcare institutions. She will share learnings on their journey to analyze the stories of all patient deaths with a deep dive on specific and important topics. She will share the lessons learned through the development and evolution of the Mayo Clinic Mortality Review System.
Learning From Collaboration on Mortality Reviews: The Journey
Dr. Huddleston and her colleagues at the Mayo Clinic have undertaken breakthrough work that can have enormous impact on the patient safety of healthcare institutions. In our July and August webinars, she shared the lessons learned through the development and evolution of the Mayo Clinic Mortality Review System, and will be our introduction speaker for our webinar this month.
Mayo Clinic Mortality Reviews: Next Generation Patient Safety
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Explore open-access publications on patient safety & Health IT advancements by our co-founders Jeanne M. Huddleston & Lacey Hart.
‘Learning From Every Death.’ Huddleston JM, Diedrich DA, Kinsey GC, Enzler MJ, Manning DM. 2014.
‘EHR vs CRM: Different but Better Together!’ Hart LA. 2018.
‘Balancing the Forces: CRM is the Missing Link in Healthcare Delivery.’ Hart LA. 2018.
‘Identifying patients at risk on inhospital death or hospice transfer for early goals of care discussions in a US referral center: the HELPS model derived from retrospective data.’ Romero-Brufau S, Whitford D, Whitford KJ, Manning DN, Huddleston JM. 2018.
‘A stochastic model of acute-care decisions based on patient and provider heterogeneity.’ Capan M, Ivy JS, Wilson JR, Huddleston JM. 2017.
‘Why the C-statistic is not informative to evaluate early warning scores and what metrics to use.’ Romero-Brufau S, Huddleston JM, Escobar GJ, Liebow M. 2015.
‘Evaluating implementation of a rapid response team: considering alternative outcome measures.’ Moriarty JP, Schiebel NE, Johnson MG, Jensen JB, Caples SM, Morlan BW, Huddleston JM, Huebner M, Naessens JM. 2014.
‘Widely used track and trigger scores: are they ready for automation in practice?’ Romero-Brufau S, Huddleston JM, Naessens JM, Johnson MG, Hickman J, Morlan BW, Jensen JB, Caples SM, Elmer JL, Schmidt JA, Morgenthaler TI, Santrach PJ. 2014.
‘The Southeastern Minnesota Beacon Project for Community-driven Health Information Technology: Origins, Achievements, and Legacy.’ Chute CG, Hart LA, Alexander AK, Jensen DW. 2014.
‘Increasing availability to and ascertaining value of asthma action plans in schools through use of technology and community collaboration.’ Hanson TK, Aleman M, Hart LA, Yawn B. 2013.
‘Normalization and standardization of electronic health records for high-throughput phenotyping: the SHARPn consortium.’ Pathak J, Bailey KR, Beebe CE, Bethard S, Carrell DC, Chen PJ, Dilgach D, Endle CM, Hart LA, Haug PJ, Huff SM, Kaggal VC, Li D, Liu H, Marchant K, Masanz J, Miller T, Oniki TA, Palmer M, Peterson KJ, Rea S, Savova GK, Stancl CR, Sohn S, Solbrig HR, Suesse DB, Tao C, Taylor DP, Westberg L, Wu S, Zhuo N, Chute CG. 2013.
‘A brief Patient-Reported Outcomes Quality of Life (PROQOL) instrument to improve patient care.’ Ridgeway JL, Beebe TJ, Chute CG, Eton DT, Hart LA, Frost MH, Jensen D, Montori VM, Smith JG, Smith SA, Tan AD, Yost KJ, Ziegenfuss JY, Sloan JA. 2013.
‘Measuring hospital adverse events: assessing inter-rater reliability and trigger performance of the Global Trigger Tool.’ Naessens JM, O’Byrne TJ, Johnson MG, Vansuch MB, McGlone CM, Huddleston JM. 2010.
‘Unplanned transfers to the intensive care unit: the role of the shock index.’ Keller AS, Kirkland LL, Rajasekaran SY, Cha S, Rady MY, Huddleston JM. 2010.
‘A comparison of hospital adverse events identified by three widely used detection methods.’ Naessens JM, Campbell CR, Huddleston JM, Berg BP, Lefante JJ, Williams AR, Culbertson RA. 2009.