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Sam Toney, chief medical officer and executive vice president of clinical integrity, added: "Our commitment to quality is clearly reflected in the work we do throughout our organization, from the Quality Improvement team led by Karen Lynn Comes, RN, to each and every clinician on the floor.
All too often, hospital quality improvement teams attempt to use such methodologies to fix fundamentally flawed processes of care.
To help SNF nursing and quality improvement teams sustain continuous quality improvement, the Care Watch produce from health Data Solutions (eHDS) offers multiple ways to view quality, including benchmark reports with rank and percentiles tried-and-true "run" charts and Statistical Process Control (SPC) chares.
The institution's quality improvement team is made up of:
Further investigation through dialogue with physicians, ECLS technicians, OR staff and bedside nurses confirmed for the PICU quality improvement team that there were multiple causative factors that were leading to CLA-BSIs.
The only factor that reached statistical significance in the study was the presence of a quality improvement team dedicated to urinary incontinence management.
During the past two decades, UCLA's Acute MI Quality Improvement Team has developed a program that ensures each patient receives evidence-based care.
Every employee in the facility is a member of a quality improvement team.