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GSV Webinar: How to Assemble an Interdisciplinary Conference at your Hospital - Shared screen with speaker view
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
04:09
Good morning and thank you to everyone joining us - Looking forward to another great webinar!
Shannon Byrne
06:09
Nadine R. Benoit Hackensack University Medical Center
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
17:58
Really love this question that allows everyone to share their perspective and bring their expertise to the table.
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
26:00
Jana - It would be great to know how many high-risk elective patients you discuss in a typical conference, and how long a meeting usually runs for?
Michael Holmes
29:04
In the Durham VA we have POSH clinic which involves a multidisciplinary team including geriatric, surgery, anesthesia, nutrition, pt and ot, chaplaincy, pharmacy, social work- we identify high risk patients >/= 75 and older and we see them inpatient also
Jessica Pintiello
30:32
Is that templated documentation of recommendations also housed in the patient's actual chart as part of their medical record?
Wendy Kowalchuk
32:35
Do any of the GSV participating facilities on the call track the percentage of patients that do have a positive screening needing further intervention vs those that do not have positive screenings? monthly/yearly?
Deborah Gore
34:09
I'm curious how you were able to shift the culture for the surgical providers to f/u with entering orders based off the groups multiD recommendations vs the the multiD group entering the orders. This is great, thx for sharing!
Rachel Khadaroo
41:36
Thank you for the presentation. Who creates the "episodes of care"? I agree the notes in Epic are difficult to go through and creating episodes would make it easier than viewing all the encounters a patient has had.
Julie Stanik-Hutt
42:12
Deborah - In my experience, NPs can really be the 'glue' that holds together (make sure the orders are written) the translation from group recommendations into orders
Deborah Gore
43:29
Ok great, thx Dr. Cumbler. That's how we are doing it
Samantha Silverstein
49:42
Great presentations! Great to hear from your successes and thank you for sharing your process!
Deborah Gore
55:48
We (Rocky Mountain VA Medical Center) call the surgeon if there are concerns with our patients going forward with elective surgery after the multiD conference.
Vanita Ahuja
56:34
Thank you. It may be better with CPRS.
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
59:42
Thank you so much Ethan and Jana - fantastic presentation, and connecting the dots for a lot of GSV hospitals. Appreciate everyone sharing what they are achieving at their hospitals as well!
Rachel Khadaroo
01:00:53
Thank you Dr. Cumbler & Jana for presenting us with new ways to look at interdiscip. rounds. Really amazing presentation!
Shannon Byrne
01:00:56
Thank you for the opportunity to learn and join you all. - Katie from HUMC palliative care
Deborah Gore
01:01:14
Thank you so much for sharing your expertise and experiences to help all of us!
Shannon Byrne
01:01:23
Thank you Dr. Cumbler and Jana. Great presentations. - Shannon, HUMC
Shannon Byrne
01:01:27
thank you for sharing your knowledge and experiences
Vanita Ahuja
01:01:35
Thanks
Subhendra Banerjee
01:02:42
Episodes of care is the best thing Jana's team has created for us
Deborah Gore
01:02:44
I need Dr. Cumbler's positive affirmations in my head all day! :)