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Learning Health Systems (LHS) and What They Mean to You (Part 2 of 2)

4/20/2018
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The knowledge transfer time from bench to bedside is about 17 years, resulting in delayed adoption of innovative best practices. The proliferation of clinical knowledge challenges the medical community to manage the clinical knowledge, refine current practices based on best scientific outcomes and provide "best practice" interventions to patients. The Learning Health System (LHS) framework provides a structure for conducting faster, better research and transfer new evidence at the point of...

Duration:00:17:55

Learning Health Systems (LHS) and What They Mean to You (Part 1 of 2)

4/20/2018
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The knowledge transfer time from bench to bedside is about 17 years, resulting in delayed adoption of innovative best practices. The proliferation of clinical knowledge challenges the medical community to manage the clinical knowledge, refine current practices based on best scientific outcomes and provide "best practice" interventions to patients. The Learning Health System (LHS) framework provides a structure for conducting faster, better research and transfer new evidence at the point of...

Duration:00:11:39

Tee Up an Effective Cross Functional Team

9/11/2017
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This podcast contains strategies for assembling an effective cross-functional team. Lee Hamilton Sr. Vice President, Health Management Services AGI Consulting, Oklahoma City, OK

Duration:00:21:05

Assessing your Language Services Department for Risk Exposure

5/22/2017
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Most healthcare organizations are aware that they must provide interpreting services to effectively communicate with patients, families, and companions; however, many Risk Managers are unaware of the liability if interpreting or other language assistance services are not provided. This session provides an overview of many of the available methods of providing interpreting services, what to look for when assessing your Language Services program and discusses areas of exposure to liability...

Duration:00:15:07

Concurrent (Overlapping) Surgery: Ethics, Risks, and Safety

5/8/2017
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There are a number of ethical, risk management, and patient safety issues surrounding concurrent or overlapping surgery, described as when a surgeon begins a second operation, leaving the rest of the first procedure to another surgeon or practitioner to complete. This podcast reviews the risk management implications including regulatory compliance, professional practice guidance, and surgical department policy considerations. Kathleen Shostek Vice President, Healthcare Risk Management...

Duration:00:11:36

EHR Copy and Paste: A Triple Threat

4/10/2017
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Profound Patient Safety, Coding/Billing, and Legal Defense Concerns. William Reisbick Law Office of William B. Reisbick, PLLC

Duration:00:15:47

Assessing Capabilities for Rapid Patient Surge for High Acuity Patients

3/27/2017
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A large hospital evacuates patients due to an internal infrastructure failure in a disaster. How does another hospital and the healthcare coalition manage this type of surge? Advance planning knowledge for space planning and staffing, equipment and other resources to support this are crucial. Scott Aronson Principal Russell Phillips & Associates

Duration:00:19:30

Urgent Care – Applying an ERM Approach to Understanding Risk

3/20/2017
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Urgent Care, one of the fastest growing healthcare segments and part of the consumerism shift, offers a promising business opportunity in a healthcare organization’s market. This highly competitive space requires deliberate consideration of inherent risks. This podcast describes application of an enterprise risk management (ERM) model to identify and prioritize risks associated with an Urgent Care delivery model. Mary Bollwage Vice President for Risk North Shore Physicians Group

Duration:00:08:31

Diagnostic Errors from the Enterprise Risk Management Perspective

3/7/2017
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Utilization of ERM will provide a framework to identify and manage risk holistically by considering all risks across the organization rather than the traditional model that focuses on clinical risks. A review and analysis of the root causes of five years of closed medical malpractice claims will provide insight into the value of an ERM approach to mitigate diagnostic errors. Teresa Kelly Senior Risk Management Consultant MagMutual Insurance Company

Duration:00:12:32

Using Just Culture to Improve Safety and Gain Staff Trust

2/28/2017
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This podcast discusses how UF Health Jacksonville used Just Culture to improve staff trust. We measured the improvement by analyzing our scores from the AHRQ Patient Safety Survey conducted in 2015 where we showed a statistically significant increase in the positive responses of questions related to trust of hospital administration. Denise Russell Director of Risk Management and Patient Safety UF Health Jacksonville

Duration:00:08:09