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© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Safer Healthcare Now! Getting Started in Homecare Sept. 11, 2008 Welcome to New Teams
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Agenda What is Safer Healthcare Now (SHN)? Why medication reconciliation in homecare? What is the medication reconciliation homecare pilot? Objectives Expectations Getting started
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Grassroots 2 yr+ pan Canadian Campaign National Steering Committee (CPSI Chairs) 3 National Working Groups Intended to help teams, systems develop skills/capacity to monitor their performance, improve quality The focus is on implementing proven patient safety best practices to improve outcomes for patients, residents, families and care givers. Safer Healthcare Now!
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® The Key focus of SHN! is solving the implementation issues that stand between our knowledge of "what works and our ability to reliably and sustainably provide this standard of care for all patients. Safer Healthcare Now! Nodes aim to provide quality improvement ideas, supports and resources to teams across the country with the goal of providing safer care. SHN! is about team based collaboration and capacity building Safer Healthcare Now!
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Getting Started Kits Getting Started Calls Communities of Practice Web sites Node Leaders (4) National Working Groups Safety Improvement Advisors Local level education Site visits / working with teams Resources and Team Support
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Total at July, 2008
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Medication Reconciliation A process in which an accurate list of patients home medications are compared at transitions of care Discrepancies are identified and reconciled with physician Intended to minimize potential patient harm from unintended discrepancies
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® The Goal of Medication Reconciliation in Homecare Clarify medications patient is actually taking (BPMH) Identify and resolve discrepancies between what providers perceive client is taking and BPMH Create and communicate clear and accurate medication lists to patients, families and homecare clinicians Reduce potential ADEs
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Why Is Medication Reconciliation Important? Most frequently cited category of root cause for serious adverse drug events: Ineffective communication Most vulnerable parts of a process: Links between the steps (hand-offs) Medication reconciliation addresses these
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Medication Reconciliation Teams Acute Care – 333 Long Term Care – 49 Homecare – 7 previously in western node Now ~ 20 in pilot
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Why Medication Reconciliation ? The literature Accreditation Canada Experience in acute and long term care (LTC)
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Literature: The Case for Medication Reconciliation Many patients (70%) not receiving medication instructions at discharge (Alibhai SMH, Han RK, Naglie G. Medication Education of Acutely Hospitalized Older Patients. J Gen Intern Med 1999 Oct;14: )
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Patient Medication Adverse Events Post Discharge 328 patients who were discharged from a Canadian teaching hospital were studied prospectively in 2002 for 14 weeks. (AJ Forster,et al., CMAJ 2004:170(3) ) Developed by Courtyard-Group for E-Health Conference % of Discharged Patients from a Canadian Hospital experienced an adverse event – of those 72% were drug related
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Real Patient Stories
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Home Care Accreditation: Expectation - Patient Safety Area: Communication GOAL: Improve the effectiveness and coordination of communication among care/service providers and with the recipients of care/service across the continuum ROP: 1.Reconcile the patient/clients medications upon admission to the organization and with the involvement of the patient/client 2.Reconcile medications with the patient/client at referral or transfer, and communicate the patients/clients medications to the next provider of service at referral or transfer to another setting, service, service provider, or level of care within or outside the organization
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Homecare Practice Setting with Unique challenges High risk population with complex medication issues and drug related problems Not well defined or understood Best Practice Medication reconciliation required by accreditation standards but best practices/ optimal sustainable models not well defined SHN Campaign Not well known
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Objectives of Pilot Introduce medication reconciliation to a broader ambulatory/ community based homecare audience Design and test strategies for implementation of medication reconciliation in homecare across Canada Validate the key steps of the process for front-line clinicians and teams in this unique setting Measure actual patient results Develop a structured and sustainable process for homecare
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Principles Pilot Advisory Steering Committee Consider varied organizational structures across Canada Incorporate and build on learning from 2007 Western Node homecare pilot
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Criteria for Team Selection Expressed interest Senior leadership support Must agree to guidelines set out by steering committee Basic understanding of quality improvement Commitment to timelines, data submission, conference calls etc Pan Canadian
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Key Partners VON and ISMP Canada SHN Secretariat CPSI All nodes Western Node Collaborative medication reconciliation homecare teams
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® What has Been Done Briefing document The Case for Medication Reconciliation in Homecare Detailed workplan Conceptual framework Developed measures to test Teams recruited
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® How Will the Pilot Work? Teams meet virtually to learn about medication reconciliation Why and how Measures for pilot Criteria for patients/clients How to reconcile Teams develop and test reconciliation processes in their environment Learning is documented and shared for greater homecare implementation in Canada
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Homecare Teams Support Enrollment package Monthly calls and/or Webexs Support and feedback from Central Measurement Team, Safety Improvement Advisors, Node Leaders VON Canada and ISMP Canada One face-to-face meeting Model for Improvement
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008® Next Steps Ensure leadership commitment & active involvement Form team Read materials Call Sept. 22 to Get Started!!
© Institute for Safe Medication Practices Canada 2008®
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