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2022 UDS RAPID Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Rossana Goding
35:46
we are a small multi site health center
Janna O'Leary
35:49
We are a health center that serves the homeless population of Manchester, NH.
Gerni Oster
35:49
We are a healthcare for the homeless clinic
Jeffrey Quinto
36:02
We are a small multi site healthcare center
Saba Lemma
36:04
We are a multi site Federally Qualified Health Center
Teri Murphy
36:09
We are a healthcare center that serves the entire community.
Kim Alambar
36:16
We are a FQHC with 6 sites in 2 counties.
Roy Danetaras
36:17
We are a healthcare center that provides care to insured, underinsured, and no insurance patients.
Heidi Simmons
36:22
small health center in rural RI
Joyvell Henry
36:37
We are a health center that serves over 30,000 patients who are uninsured and underinsured.
Josie Buzzard
36:48
We are a very rural health center that serves primarily Medicare patients
CJ Hawkins
36:48
We are an urban healthcare center that serves those who are insured, underinsured, or financially strained
Daniel Cabrera RN- Gateway CHC
36:48
We are multi site healthcare center that serves on the Mexican border including rural and urban communities
Karen Breitmayer
37:01
large that serves both urban and rural patients across two counties and a variety of hospital systems
Paulette Lofton
37:11
We are a multisite health center located in both rural and urban areas in 4 Louisiana parishes
Joyvell Henry
37:15
We serve quite a few patients who's preferred language is not English
Anu Vattikuti
37:15
We are a large multi-site health center in a rural area close to the Mexico border, where patients are experiencing homelessness and low income
Ida Edwards
37:18
We are a primary care healthcare facility located in 4 parishes that serves all patients regardless of ability to pay
Lauren Osborne
37:22
We are a large multisite health center in central new York with 5 health centers, one dental office, and 4 school based health centers serving 15k patients. We provide care to insured, uninsured, and the underinsured.
Resha Mehta
37:31
We are a small single site health center providing primary medical care, HIV medical care, Behavioral health services.
Miriam Salazar
37:37
We are a multi-site health center providing healthcare services the underserved and uninsured patients of San Bernardino and riverside county,
Jean Ortiz
38:01
We are a Health Center who provides healthcare more than 18,000 patients in Puerto Rico and 2 municipal islands with 5 Clinics.
LaShundra Ross
38:12
We are trying to increase our colorectal cancer screening measure by at least 10% by the end of the year.
Janna O'Leary
38:18
We are trying to increase the compliance rate of screenings by providing access to colorectal cancer screening options
Karen Breitmayer
38:38
we are trying to increase the number of patient completing FIT test and create referral options for patients who need a diagnostic follow up.
Lauren Osborne
38:40
Tying to improve patient buy-in for screening and completing/closing the loop on colorectal cancer screening referrals.
Miriam Salazar
38:42
We are trying to better understand the colorectal cancer screening measure to be able to provide better access to our patients, while also ensuring optimum documentation within our EHR for reporting purposes.
CJ Hawkins
38:46
trying to improve the number of patients that we capture for CRCS to increase longevity by secondary prevention
Saba Lemma
39:28
Increase percentage of FIT kit return
Jeffrey Quinto
39:39
trying to provide patient specific solutions for colorectal cancer screening dependent upon situation
Ida Edwards
39:42
Trying to maintain our colorectal cancer screening at 50% or greater for our eligible patients
Daniel Cabrera RN- Gateway CHC
39:42
Trying to increase our colorectal screening with a minimum use of FIT testing to include return of specimen return
Anu Vattikuti
40:13
We are trying to get patients buy-in to get timely colorectal cancer screening, getting more Fit tests done and ultimately diagnose the disease early on and decrease the fatality rate due to colorectal cancer
Joyvell Henry
40:33
We are trying to improve the number of patients screened for colorectal cancer screening with positive results, and fetting their colonscopy done within 90 days, with or without health insruacen
CJ Hawkins
41:33
We rarely receive kits back and when kits are received they are invalid
Jeffrey Quinto
42:02
We rarely document interventions done outside of our organization
Robin Girard
42:03
Access to GI Offices within our Rural Area
Gerni Oster
42:08
We are trying to increase Colorectal CA Screeningsfrom 12.60% to 25% but we have a hard time getting patients to have a Colonoscopy or other test that requires a bowel prep and someone to transport them from the procedure and while we issue numerous FOBT (fit tests) our patients often lose them since they are homeless.
Ida Edwards
42:14
But staff has to incorporate within the workflow to consistently empower patients to bring the Fittest kits back to the health center instead of sending them off from home
LaShundra Ross
42:19
High no show rate for colonoscopy appointments, patients not returning FIT test kits
Miriam Salazar
42:35
But, our patients often refuse to complete the FIT tests despite acknowledging understanding of importance. Additionally, colonscopy referrals in our area have a long wait time.
Joyvell Henry
42:57
But due to the amount of colonoscopies needed, there is not enough access. There is also not enough staff to help pt navigate positive follow-up appts for prep adherence, etc
Janna O'Leary
42:59
But our patients often live on the streets and have no private place to perform a FIT kit, or prep for a colonoscopy, and they have no support system to provide transportation to and from GI offices
CJ Hawkins
43:01
Because patients state they do not want to handle their own poop or forget to return them to back to the center
Daniel Cabrera RN- Gateway CHC
43:24
but, staff forgets to order screening tools, such as FIT testing because of inability to identify if ordered. because patients typically weren't returning FIT test kits creating a frustration of staff re ordering test at every visit.
Takara Lofton
43:27
Have issue with getting patients to return tests or they are invalid because patients aren't sure of what is too much or too little specimen to return
Karen Breitmayer
44:16
Patients not understanding collection requirement, patients afraid of costs for colonoscopy and having to take off work for test day
Anu Vattikuti
44:24
but most of our patients are not interested in getting the screening done and sometimes returning the completed fit tests because of lack of understanding on the importance of screening and lack of proper transportation to return those completed fit tests
Ida Edwards
44:29
because patients forget or do not take the time to follow through on the process
Lauren Osborne
44:33
but importance of screening is lacking because more important barriers in patients life take precedense.
Lauren Osborne
44:42
more critical*
Mike Barnard
44:55
RCA: high rate of uninsured pts; reduced capacity of the community health system providing Colonoscopy
Sharon Lee
51:28
https://data.hrsa.gov/tools/data-reporting/program-data/national
Joyvell Henry
55:47
Increase of pts
Joyvell Henry
56:07
2020 dropped COIVD?
Jean Ortiz
01:00:18
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Takara Lofton
01:00:38
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Sharon Lee
01:00:41
EHBs login page: https://grants.hrsa.gov/2010/WebEPSExternal/Interface/Common/AccessControl/Login.aspx
CJ Hawkins
01:04:42
Share it as a report card
Meghan Westbrook
01:04:48
We keep our UDS report submissions on hand and we review them regularly to track our measures and to double check our new year reporting.
Matt Augeri
01:04:53
Save a copy each year to refer back to .
Karen Breitmayer
01:04:54
We keep our data submissions for each year. Qi has running comparisons
Janna O'Leary
01:05:12
Yes and I use it as a reference on benchmarking status of current year
rhonda o'brien
01:05:12
We download it monthly review, and try to improve. Share during meetings, save copies to refer to and compare for lessions learned in future years.
Resha Mehta
01:05:14
Yes, we use to compare trends from the years. We share it with key management staff and create QI projects around increasing compliance rate
Josie Buzzard
01:05:18
yes, we keep it in a notebook for reference throughout the year for various reports. Compare month to month and year to year.
Anu Vattikuti
01:05:28
Yes, we use it to understand our patient population and identify the problem areas. And then plan our improvement processes
Miriam Salazar
01:05:31
Yes, we use it as a baseline of where we ended the year, we compare our current year to it. it is a goal of sorts. it is a part of our dashboard
Lauren Osborne
01:05:34
Yes!! Comparing against current report to see how we are doing and if numbers are drastically different...why?!
Ida Edwards
01:06:04
Yes, we review, file, share with executive and management team
Mike Barnard
01:06:05
Save the report we used to submit, use as a baseline for all QI efforts
Sharon Lee
01:14:00
Thanks all for joining today! As we start to wrap up, please take a minute to provide your feedback on today's session and any suggestions you may have for our next sessions: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6898363/RAPID-Feedback-Form-CC-Session1
Sharon Lee
01:15:22
We will be providing the recording and slides following the session. Feel free to reach us at udsrapid@jsi.com with any questions
CJ Hawkins
01:16:46
Thank you!