Presentation on theme: "SC Acute Inpatient Glycemic Management’s (IGMP) Needs Assessment Sponsors: Diabetes Initiative of South Carolina (DSC) South Carolina Organization."— Presentation transcript:
SC Acute Inpatient Glycemic Management’s (IGMP) Needs Assessment Sponsors: Diabetes Initiative of South Carolina (DSC) South Carolina Organization of Nurse Leaders (SCONL) South Carolina Association for Healthcare Quality South Carolina Hospital Association‘s "Every Patient Counts" Initiative
American Heart Association BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina The Carolinas Center for Hospice and End of Life Care The Carolinas Center for Medical Excellence Diabetes Initiative of SC LifePoint, Inc. Mothers Against Medical Errors Palmetto APIC Palmetto Healthcare Liability Insurance Program Qualis Health SC Area Health Education Consortium SC Association for Healthcare Quality SC Chapter of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management SC Node Supporting Partners SC Healthcare Association SC Joint Underwriting Association SC Medical Association SC Nurses Association SC Office of Rural Health SC Organization of Nurse Leaders SC Patients’ Compensation Fund SC Pharmacy Association SC Primary Health Care Association SC Society of Health-System Pharmacists SC State Budget & Control Board Office of Research & Statistics SC State Budget & Control Board Insurance Reserve Fund SCHA-SCMA Senior Medical Leadership Council 2
Recommendations DSC (and partners) Add sessions on inpatient glycemic management (such as best practices and policies) to DSC Educational Programs Support development & implementation of a public domain calculator SCHA Develop protocol/policy samples using experts Design & develop content for education using experts Provide “train the trainer” program to use developed content at local sites Develop/maintain web-site with tools 27
SURVEY QUESTIONS 28
Questions 29 Please describe your current status in implementing a formal or structured inpatient glycemic management program. Please indicate if the following elements are in place with your program. Do you have hospital-wide glycemic management polices in place? Do you have ICU glycemic management policies/protocols in place? Please check all areas in your hospital where insulin IV infusion protocols may be used: Please check all areas in your hospital where diabetes order sets for SubQ basal-bolus administration may be used: Is correction insulin (sliding scale) being used by itself? If a hypoglycemia policy/protocol is used in your facility, please check all areas where it may be found: If an insulin pump patient policy/protocol is used in your facility, please check all areas it may be used: Please describe the involvement, if any, of patients in your insulin pump patient policy/protocol.
Questions 30 Has your hospital formed a Glycemic Management Team? Please identify the barriers your facility needs to address in order to advance a glycemic management program: (check all that apply) What outcome measures do you use, or plan to use, to determine the impact of your program? Does your facility use a proprietary vendor program for IV infusion protocols? Please check all insulins that are on your formulary: Which devices are currently being used? What "tools" would be useful as you move forward with your glycemic management program? Is your hospital interested in participating in an Inpatient Glycemic Management Collaborative sponsored by SCHA, DSC, SCONL, and SC AHQ? Is your organization willing to share de-identified data with the other hospitals in an Inpatient Glycemic Management Collaborative? In your opinion, what should be the three top priorities of an Inpatient Glycemic Management Collaborative in our state? Please enter your demographic information below.