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GSV Webinar: How to Address Treatment and Overall Health Goals - Shared screen with gallery view
Margaret Schwarze
26:22
what are you hoping surgery might do for you?
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
30:23
These are some great surgical prompts - thank you for sharing.
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
35:54
Dr. Schwarze - can you talk a little bit about how you got the surgical questionnaire built into your workflow and how you ensure patients receive it prior to their conversation with their surgeon?
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
40:41
Great insight that both education and IT support are needed to ensure goals of care conversation is happening - and captured in the EMR. Thank you, Dr. Katlic!
Margaret Schwarze
40:41
When patient schedule their "new" surgical consultation we send them the brochure, with a letter from the surgeon (and a bunch of other stuff - e.g., map, health questionnaire, reminder about date and time) we also have some of these brochures sitting in the waiting room (sadly there is plenty of waiting) and patients like picking them up....
Shannon Byrne
43:12
Is there anyone on the call that uses Epic? If so, can I get your contact info? Thanks, Shannon (HUMC)
Kimberly Gorman
43:36
I use EPIC and would like to share as well.
Rachelle Bernacki
44:33
we use Epic, and my email is rbernacki@partners.org
Mark Katlic
46:34
Unity Hospital (Rochester Regional Health System, NY) uses EPIC and is certified GSV. Kat can send info
Kat Christensen (ACS)
48:53
Jana Cooper (GSV Coordinator): Jana.Cooper-Slifko@rochesterregional.org
Kat Christensen (ACS)
49:12
Matt Schiralli (GSV Director) Matthew.Schiralli@rochesterregional.org
Kat Christensen (ACS)
49:35
Jana and Matt are both at Rochester Regional Health
Lisa Kodadek
53:32
A couple barriers I have noted: 1) some surgeons refer to goals of care almost as a euphemism for a very narrow conversation about code status or decision to provide comfort care only. How is it possible to move beyond such a narrow scope for goals of care? 2) Many surgeons use acs risk calculator & give mortality percentages to patients rather than use scenario based discussion like best case/worse case. How do we change this approach?
Margaret Schwarze
53:58
these are SUCH good questions!!!!
Kimberly Gorman
54:04
I have to step out a min
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
01:03:17
Thank you all so much for your insight, as well as sharing your own experiences. Such great questions and dialogue.
Rachelle Bernacki
01:07:31
thanks everyone--great discussion!
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
01:09:01
Getting residents and APPS involved has been really helpful for other hospitals in the program!
Lisa Kodadek
01:09:53
Thanks so much - wonderful session.
Lynne O'Mara
01:09:55
This was really helpful - thank you everyone!
Genevieve Ranieri (ACS)
01:09:59
Thank you to all our wonderful speakers and everyone taking the time to call in!