Class_1__Introduction_to_OM

Class_1__Introduction_to_OM - Introduction to Outcomes...

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Introduction to Outcomes Measurement and Data Management Mary Oriol, DrPH, RN Loyola University New Orleans
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What if…?
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What if. .. Patients could be as safe as they are at home? All care was based on best practices? Patient values helped guide clinical decisions? Waiting was not part of giving or getting care? Supplies, time, energy, or ideas were not wasted? Care did not vary in quality based on personal/ organizational characteristics? All workers loved their jobs?
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It is possible The tools are there! But, new leadership skills are required to lead to breakthrough performance
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Definition of Terms Outcome: End result of clinical care OM: Outcomes management CPT: Collaborative practice team SCM: Structured care methodologies UIO: Untoward intermediate outcomes Key Drivers: Actions to produce end results
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Outcomes Management Process which enhances physiologic and psychosocial patient outcomes through the development and implementation of exemplary health practices and services-- ALL DRIVEN BY OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT Research-based, never ending measurement and continuous quality improvement of clinical processes
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Outcomes Management Provides valid and reliable data that can be used to benchmark with other institutions
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Hoyt during the Spring '08 term at Loyola New Orleans.

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