National Learning & Action Network Series: February 2016

Topic: Trends in Person and Family Engagement

Date: Tuesday, February 22016

Patient and Family Engagement Graphic

Event Description:

The call featured speakers from both the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the Sutter Center for Integrated Care, who shared best practices in person-centered care surrounding the Always Events’ framework.

Slides & Recorded Presentation:

Supplemental Resources:

  • Always Events Getting Started Kit - This is relevant for all learners. It explains what Always events are and the IHI-developed framework and process necessary to create one within an organization.
  • Always Events Blue Print for Action and Healthcare Solutions Book - These are appropriate for Growth or Exploration. Both were created by The Picker Institute to highlight Always Events created through grant funding. The Blue Print for action contains detailed descriptions of staff, leadership, patient and family member roles in the creation and implementation of Always Events.
  • A Focus on Always Events - This article is appropriate for Growth. It provides a high-level overview of Always Events for health care leaders at all levels.
  • This blog and this video "What is an Always Event" are appropriate for Growth and Exploration. Both explain the Always Events criteria and how an organization can use Always Events to accelerate work to improve patient experience.
  • I Will Worksheet – For goal setting and shared decision making.
  • Always Event: What Matters Most Infographic – Three steps to identifying and acting on What Matters Most to every encounter.
  • Health Literate Stoplight Tool – For engaging patients with HF in self-management.
  • This link will take you to the CMS Partnership for Patients (PfP) Community of Practice's dedicated Resource Center. This resource center was developed to allow the PfP community to share public documents, presentations, webinar recordings and other helpful patient engagement tools.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify a specific strategy to hardwire best practices for the identification of what matters most to each and every patient, regardless of care providers, settings and time.
  • Discuss the importance of health literate care and tools which support person-centered care.
  • Review how Always Events can improve communication and promote person-centered care.

Meet the Speakers:

Jeneen Iwugo, MPA
Deputy Director, Quality Improvement & Innovation Group
CMS/​Center for Clinical Standards & Quality

Angela Zambeaux, BA
Senior Project Manager
Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)

Martha Hayward, BSN
Faculty Lead for Public and Patient Engagement
Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)

Beth Hennessey, RN, BSN, MSN
Executive Director
Sutter Center for Integrated Care

Paula Suter, BSN, MA
Clinical Director
Sutter Center for Integrated Care

Outcome Statement:

The purpose of this session was to prepare health care quality improvement professionals to implement person-centered care strategies by exploring promising practices for the identification of what matters most to each and every patient, regardless of care provider, setting, and time. This experience helped participants demonstrate and promote person-centered care successes and identify opportunities for improvement, all of which promote advances in care that impact the Medicare beneficiaries served by the work of the QIO Program.


National Learning & Action Network (LAN) Follow-up Event Details:

Topic: Trends in Person and Family Engagement

Date: Tuesday, March 12016

Slides:

National LAN Follow-up Event Slides

Outcome Statement:

This session was a follow-up event to the February 2 National LAN Call: Trends in Person and Family Engagement” (PFE). It featured speakers from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), Sutter Center for Integrated Care, and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). This call was open to QIN-QIOs, provider, partners, and beneficiaries.

The purpose of this call was to follow-up with how participants left the February 2 session in action, and to generate discussion between participants and speakers on PFE strategies and tactics.