The UTI Diagnosis and Prevention Action Plan template can assist Nursing Homes in assessing the management of urinary tract infections in the facility. The template includes examples of root cause analysis, SMART goals, PDSA cycles, resources and a staff pre and posttest knowledge assessment. The Action Plan is created in Word format to allow the user to modify the content to meet facility specific needs.
The UTI Treatment Action Plan template can assist Nursing Homes in assessing the management of urinary tract infections in the facility. The template includes examples of root cause analysis, SMART goals, PDSA cycles, resources and a staff pre and posttest knowledge assessment. The Action Plan is created in Word format to allow the user to modify the content to meet facility specific needs.
This report updates the 2017 data highlight on Z code claims for Medicare fee-for-service (FFS) beneficiaries. Using social determinants of health (SDOH) Z codes can enhance quality improvement activities, track factors that influence people’s health, and provide further insight into existing health inequities. The report describes Z code claim data collected from 2016-2019 and highlights potential strategies to increase Z code utilization in reducing health care disparities.
IPRO developed power point for community providers to offer education to adults on vaccinations.
The IPRO QIN-QIO introduces a Value in Vaccination Video Series, designed for interactive conversations about getting vaccinated.
The IPRO QIN-QIO also created companion conversation guides to help encourage discussion about the theme of each video.
Values in Vaccination Video Series is a three part series:
Part 1: Getting information
Part 2: Influencing Factors
Part 3: Building Confidence
What You Need to Know About Managing Your Cholesterol.
This resource is a information guide for care partners of nursing home patients who are starting hemodialysis. The guide includes information on what to expect and ways care partners can help.
This Emergency Preparedness and Response Webinar series features real life experiences told through the lens of those who have experienced emergencies and will help you prepare and train for emergencies and anticipate potential hazards when an emergency occurs.
For healthcare workers, it is not of question of if, but when an emergency will strike. Emergencies can take many forms and are among the most disruptive experiences that healthcare workers might encounter. Being prepared can save lives, prevent financial/property loss, and ensure the safety and well-being of entire communities. Having a plan helps staff, patients, families, and residents know what to do, where to go, and how to keep themselves safe during an emergency, and ensures access to essential information and equipment.
Session 1: When Things Get Real! (4/20/2023)
Session 2: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know (4/27/2023)
Session 3: The Impact of Trauma (5/4/2023)
Session 4: The Media at Your Door (5/11/2023)