Using the Opportunity Estimator to Educate, Engage, and Evaluate

This PowerPoint slide presentation was shown on July 20, 2010.

 

Contents

Slide 1. Driving Your CLABSI Rate to Zero: Using the CLABSI Opportunity Estimator to Educate, Engage, and Evaluate
Slide 2. Overview
Slide 3. The Opportunity Estimator
Slide 4. The Opportunity Estimator
Slide 5. The Opportunity Estimator
Slide 6. The Opportunity Estimator
Slide 7. The Opportunity Estimator
Slide 8. The Opportunity Estimator
Slide 9. Integrating Into CUSP Activities
Slide 10. Integrating Into CUSP Activities
Slide 11. Integrating Into CUSP Activities
Slide 12. Integrating Into CUSP Activities
Slide 13. Integrating Into CUSP Activities
Slide 14. Integrating Into CUSP Activities
Slide 15. O/E in Action
Slide 16. Discussion/Questions

 

Slide 1. Driving Your CLABSI Rate to Zero: Using the CLABSI Opportunity Estimator to Educate, Engage, and Evaluate

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Presented by Jordan Duval-Arnould, MPH

July 20, 2010

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Slide 2. Overview

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  • The Opportunity Estimator (O/E)
  • Integrating O/E into CUSP activities
    • Science of safety
      • Educate your staff
    • Senior executive partnership
      • Engage senior leaders
    • Tools to improve
      • Evaluate performance
  • O/E in action
  • Discussion/questions

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Slide 3. The Opportunity Estimator

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  • What is it?
  • How does it work?
  • Where is it?

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Slide 4. The Opportunity Estimator

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  • What is it?

Screen shot of the Stop BSI - CLABSI Opportunity Estimator.

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Slide 5. The Opportunity Estimator

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  • What is it?

Diagram of the conceptual framework for how the opportunity estimator was created. The presenter did not go through the diagram but stressed that users enter rate data into the opportunity estimator and it translates that rate data into tangible metrics of cost and length of stay and then shows what the current burden is and what the potential savings are for a decrease in the infection rate.

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Slide 6. The Opportunity Estimator

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  • How does it work?

Screen shot of the Stop BSI - CLABSI Opportunity Estimator.

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Slide 7. The Opportunity Estimator

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  • How does it work?

Screen shot of the Stop BSI - CLABSI Opportunity Estimator.

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Slide 8. The Opportunity Estimator

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  • Where is it?

http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/quality_safety_research_group/our_projects/stop_bsi/toolkits_resources/clabsi_estimator.html

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Slide 9. Integrating Into CUSP Activities

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  • Science of safety & O/E to educate staff
    • Building CUSP teams or new hire/staff transfer
    • O/E before watching video
    • O/E after watching video

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Slide 10. Integrating Into CUSP Activities

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  • Senior executive partnership & O/E to engage leadership
    • Conversation starter

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Slide 11. Integrating Into CUSP Activities

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  • Senior executive partnership & O/E to engage leadership
    • Building a business case
    • Infections = Lives= Money = Beds = Missed Opportunities = ...

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Slide 12. Integrating Into CUSP Activities

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  • Tools to improve & O/E to evaluate performance:
    • Incorporated into monthly CUSP meetings
    • Discuss past performance
    • Discuss goals for current performance
    • Discuss goals for future performance

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Slide 13. Integrating Into CUSP Activities

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  • Past performance:
    • Did performance improve? Why?
    • Did performance worsen? Why?

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Slide 14. Integrating Into CUSP Activities

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  • When discussing current performance, ask:
    • What can we shoot for next month?
    • What does this mean in tangible terms -- “I think we can save 10 lives in the next months.”
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Slide 15. O/E in Action

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  • These data are the infections and central-line days for the baseline period for the collaborative of those that have submitted
  • 220 preventable deaths
  • 95 million dollars needlessly spent
  • 14,312 additional days in the hospital

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Slide 16. Discussion/Questions

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Current as of June 2013
Internet Citation: Using the Opportunity Estimator to Educate, Engage, and Evaluate. June 2013. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/education/curriculum-tools/cusptoolkit/contentcalls/opportunity_estimator-slides/oppestimatorsl.html