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GRANTMAKERS IN HEALTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE March 8, 2012 Scott Rosenblum Jewish Healthcare Foundation HIV/AIDS Readmission Reduction Project © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
JHFs commitment to the HIV/AIDS community Fiscal agent for southwestern PA since 1992 Manages more than $3 million annually from multiple government funding sources 15 subgrantees Monitoring, data reporting, quality management, technical assistance, and payment Foundation grants to support community Quality improvement and capacity building Needs assessment Seed funding © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Agenda The opportunity High hospital readmissions rates among HIV+ population The strategy Perfecting Patient Care SM training/coaching + federally-sponsored services + private funding Challenges and takeaways © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Conclusions from data analysis on HIV/AIDS readmissions High rates of co-morbid depression and/or substance abuse High rates of other chronic diseases, including hypertension and diabetes HIV/AIDS is similar to other chronic conditions with which PRHI has been successful © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Our question Can we reduce unnecessary hospital readmissions by applying Lean process improvement principles with federally funded AIDS service organizations? + © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
A Two-pronged strategy On-site coaching to HIV/AIDS clinic to restructure processes Improve outpatient care to patients Free up time to work with hospitalized patients Better track and communicate about hospitalized patients Activating the Ryan White Part B Network Create a cross-agency workgroup to coordinate services Provide training and support to realign resources Develop communication and data sharing systems © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
First steps: Initial engagement with clinic Brainstorming session Observations Identification of engagement areas Process improvement training © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Seeing with new eyes: Training leads to new and improved processes New patient rooming process established at clinic August 2011 New process during hospitalization September 2011 © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Encouraging results through December 2012 © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Encouraging results through December 2012 © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Continuous learning, Continuous quality improvement Continued QI training New project: Patient flow in the social work clinic Future challenge: Effectively incorporating EHRs, i.e. meaningful use © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Challenges tackled Communicated the value of the Lean approach Developed leadership in the clinic Created contacts and connections to the hospital © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Accomplishments Challenges Focused brainstorming sessions ASOs working together and communicating in new ways Consent to share information Communication networks Data sharing pilots Engagement among competing priorities Varied comfort with data sharing Creating an open/non- competitive atmosphere Challenges activating the network © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
Lessons learned Its possible to reduce hospital readmissions even among very challenging patient populations. Organizations may have the necessary resources, but need to be challenged and coached to restructure operations. Foundations can play an important catalyzing role in this process. © 2012 Jewish Healthcare Foundation
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