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NHPCO June ECHO Session - Shared screen with gallery view
Hope Fost
28:47
This session is being recorded and will be made available on the NHPCO ECHO webpage
Hope Fost
30:02
If you are not presenting or asking a live question please be sure your phones and computers are muted.
Debra Ohman
55:02
Can we get a copy of the Audit Tool - UR Review
Jennifer Kennedy
55:48
Thanks Carol - we post the recoding of the session and the slides on our Project ECHO website within 2 weeks of the session date https://www.nhpco.org/regulatory-and-quality/quality/project-echo/project-echo-session-recordings/
Jennifer Kennedy
01:00:07
Please add your questions or comments to the chat at any time.
Kelley Hall
01:02:41
Do you ever transition a live discharge patient to your palliative care program for continued follow up. Like you are saying these patients are debilitated and have a terminal diagnosis. I have found that heart failure and Alzheimer's disease are specifically 2 diagnosis that are readmitted to hospice within a year or unfortunately die without hospice within a year.
Nicole Martin
01:02:48
Thank you for that wonderful presentation!
Laura Hooper
01:02:51
Wow! This was so helpful and timely an issue. Thanks so much!
Stephanie Beebe
01:03:04
Thank you so much for sharing. Did you find in your follow up calls that any/many patients died after discharging?
Tracy Larson-Benvenuti
01:03:25
Great presentation and ideas to tackle this issue. Love that you made it a team effort
carllene macmillan
01:03:37
LOVED the info in the slides, the description of your processes, thanks so much for sharing
Charla Brown
01:03:58
Great presentation
Lisa MacKean
01:04:43
Any tips or resources you used for educating/training clinicians about documenting to the decline
Lori Jordan - Hawaii Care Choices
01:05:11
Thank you. Excellent and timely presentation.
Mary Ruppert
01:07:00
any hesitancy from staff to discharge their longer length of staff patients. im thinking about the relationships established
Sara Cohick
01:07:23
What year is the publication date in the Hospice Quickflips book?
jessica livingston
01:07:47
Can you talk about the importance of all disciplines documenting to decline, including social worker and chaplains
Nicole Martin
01:09:35
Was an audit a trigger for starting this process?
Charla Brown
01:10:26
Judy-do you like Wellsky, is it easy to use?
Debra Ohman
01:13:06
Excellent presentation! Thank you!
Rochelle Webster
01:15:49
Do you or did you have any concerns about going too far with the project? Too many early discharges alive with patients who die within 6-12 months of discharge? And how would you know if you've overshot your goal?
Sara Cohick
01:16:44
Great information, thank you so much for all the details you provided.
Donna Morgan
01:19:55
Kudos to your Project. Very thorough process, compassionate.
Jennifer Chupailo
01:20:57
Thank you for the information. We are just starting this audit process and I found your information and findings very helpful. Great Job!
Ronda Velazquez
01:20:57
Thank you for sharing your process with all of us. Very helpful and practical.
Charla Brown
01:22:35
With your documentation, did you instruct your staff to do more narrative and less check boxes?
Cindy Lee
01:22:46
Thank you so much for sharing this information. Your presentation of your process and evaluation of your results is truly fantastic. Well done!
Hope Fost
01:26:08
We look forward to receiving your feedback via the post call evaluation that will be sent in the upcoming days via email