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We pretty much already had a pulse on our screening rate.
I did not realize how much data was publicly available
This is data that I work with everyday so I trend also. The averages for state and national did not surprise me.
They are consistent.
I learned how useful the information was, but have to add additional insight to help show how we compare to the average rates vs. our population served (90+% homeless and 90+% uninsured)
i am more surprised that despite the national average, 3/4 of us are below the national average
I was surprised that the "homeless centers" identified as such if their homeless population is 25% or more
these are great and applicable to my health center.
for me "because" happens to be patients forgot, so our goal is to create automatic reminder systems for patients who already have an FOBT order
Monthly for Quality
i2i population health tool. Share among our quality huddle, and ebveryone month to quality committee
shared with QI, board, and staff
quality and provider meeting
Monthly. Then I report to all providers
We share at QI, board, and staff
shared with providers, qi, and board
Quarterly, shared with the QI council, board.
We report to Quality each month. We also have another measure where we track if the providers are ordering the testing.
Monthly shared with staff
Yes we have the huddle sheet, and piloting among 6 providers, and it id cancer screeing ga[s
working on implementing huddle sheets
Can we get the different huddles sheets that are being used? We have tried the sheets but our seems to be cumbersome and not user friendly.
Just making sure that the right people are there. The front desk and call center sometimes get left off the discussion.
Started really on the ground beginning of 2021. Meeting regularly(every other week woth our quality huddle), and updating on key meaures etc helps.
It is hard to get everyone to understand the importance of all the right people being on the team so that implementation actually happens timely.
keeping the momentum going of a great team having buy in was hard to keep going over a long period of time
Also leaving the Quality team out of changes in the workflows and processes.
Staff turn over and teaching new staff
I think another challenge even when you have all the players at the table is the struggle in translating "clinical" and "technical" language in which all the folks are speaking the same terms
That I think is one of our grows
Are there the same workflows for each measure?
We try doing so by codes, but not sure if it is consistent accross the board
eCQM Implementation Checklist: https://ecqi.healthit.gov/ecqm-implementation-checklist
Our cohort page: https://bphcdata.net/uds-rapid/colorectal-cancer-screening/
that is the question we are trying to answer
As we wrap up, please take a minute to share your feedback on today's session! https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6898363/RAPID-Feedback-Form-CC-Session2
How can we get the information that we submitted on the last action list?
Are all of these links in the Action Item?
Yes, here's the link to our cohort page once more - it has today's slides and action work to complete for our next session: https://bphcdata.net/uds-rapid/colorectal-cancer-screening/