GSV Webinar: Identifying High-Risk Patients and Addressing Vulnerabilities - Shared screen with gallery view
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Love these visual cues on the white board - thank you for sharing. A great/quick/easy way to ID high-risk patients outside of the EHR.
Congratulations to the Unity team on Level 1 Verification!
Thank you Genevieve! The entire Unity staff is so excited
Yes, congrats!! so exciting for all of us!
Jasmine can share her screen if she wants
this is such a great intervention - find people who are vulnerable and then give them extra support to maintain their sensory aids!!!!
I really like how this workflow captures each step and team members responsible at each step. Keeps the process clear and easy to follow.
Will information be provided regarding the Sensory equipment. Great idea
Reflecting on what we heard so far there are three key components:
1. A simple reliable screening method for the different domains of vulnerability
2. A mechanism to make the identified vulnerabilities visible to the care team through the perioperative period
3. Concrete work-flow to act upon a vulnerability identified such as the example Jasmine provided for patients with sensory impairment
Thank you for sharing these practical interventions for a few of the vulnerabilities patients may have.
Happy to share, glad you found it helpful.
Thank you for sharing your experience Ethan - focusing on a screen that can be quickly implemented, and tying it to the value for the patient is critical.
Buy in is such a huge thing when you are asking people to do new things!
The integration into the electronic health record just demonstrated is fantastic! It requires additional informatics build resources upfront but saves time in staff education and reeducation at the back end because folks only need to know how to find the screen in the EHR and be familiar with how to score but the tool guides them through what questions to ask and what actions are triggered.
having auto messaging to appropriate therapist/provider after a positive screen really helps 'make things happen'.
Thank you so much Rachel, Ethan and Gretchen for leading this call - really informative and helpful as hospitals work through this. And thank you for sharing your hospital experiences Jasmine and Caroline.
Rachel, great idea and engaging and including families!
Everyone is doing amazing work! this is so important to identify people who need extra support - we don't have the resources to "pre hab" everyone particularly for those who don't need it....
Great suggestion Rachel - and if you have nursing students, etc. - putting that into their hands can really be helpful.
In Pittsburgh, they have patients and family fill out a form like this while they are in the waiting room for their apt with the surgeon
Thank you Great information!
Thank you all so much - great call!
ACS-GSV, this is been a great webinar! Thank you. WE at The John A. Hartford Foundation are so privileged to support GSV and look forward to uptake!!!