Getting to Zero: Eliminating Unplanned Extubations in the PICUBy decreasing unplanned extubations per ventilator days to 0, Ochsner Hospital for Children saved cost and unnecessary hospital days entirely.
Preventing CLABSI through Leader Engagement, Data Management and Evidence-based PracticesChildren's Hospital Colorado prioritized reliable evidence-based central line care, and made changes to better manage data and engage leaders.
Decreasing Blood Culture Contamination in a Children’s HospitalChildren's of Mississippi used several improvement methods to reduce the blood culture contamination rate and achieve significant cost reduction.
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Learn about a tool developed to stratify patients by medical complexity while accounting for social, family, school and behavioral variables.
Learn about a pilot model of primary-care, specialty-care partnership care coordination implemented for rural or limited-English proficient medically complex children.
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Learn about creating a sepsis datamart that identifies emergency department patients that may potentially develop sepsis.
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Efforts to engage front line staff members, patients and families can lead to a decrease in CLABSI rates.
How the original IPASS concept is being adapted and used as a way to engage patients and families and improve the quality of care.
Data plays a key role in helping this hospital document the treatment of sepsis patients.
Children's National Medical Center leadership saw opportunities to increase the number of safety events staff members report.
Leadership partnership has rapidly decreased preventable patient harm at Riley Children's by blending the expertise of physicians and nurses.
Rady Children's Hospital is screening all patients over the age of 12 in the emergency department.
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