Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative (PSPC)! Karen C. Williams, MBA, PharmD Office of Pharmacy Affairs Health Resources and Services.
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Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative (PSPC)! Karen C. Williams, MBA, PharmD Office of Pharmacy Affairs Health Resources and Services Administration June 24, 2011
Questions to run on 2 What is the PSPC? What is the future of PSPC? How can participants enroll in PSPC? 2
What we’re seeing everyday… 3 Complex, high-cost patients with chronic conditions receive many, often high-risk, medications from an array of unconnected sources. This often does not result in health improvement, and in many cases, creates unsafe and sometimes deadly situations.
The Solution in a Nutshell 5 Providing an additional modest level of clinical pharmacy services necessary to properly manage these complex, high-risk patients and their medication processes through an interdisciplinary care team… …is key to rapidly improving patients’ health and providing better, safer, patient-centered care.
Why Clinical Pharmacy Services? 6 Medications play an integral role in managing chronic conditions Clinical pharmacy services improve health outcomes and patient safety across a range of conditions Published research on the economic benefit of CPS suggests cost effectiveness 6
Overview of PSPC 7 WHAT: Improve patient safety and health outcomes, through integration of medication management/clinical pharmacy services into the care and management of high-risk, high- cost, complex patients HOW: Rapid improvement method with demonstrated success - adapted from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Breakthrough Series Model Collaborative Learning about “What Works” (led by expert national faculty and national leaders ) Best practices compiled from high performing patient care settings Target high risk patients WHO: Now in its 3 rd year - Over 120 community based teams are driving this work WHY: Growing burden of chronic disease, polypharmacy, highly fragmented, uncoordinated care delivery
128 community-based, inter-professional teams in 43 states comprised of 300+ organizations, which include : 92Community Health Centers 57Schools of Pharmacy 26Hospitals (Community, DSH, & Critical Access) 11Ryan White Grantees / HIV Organizations 21Community Pharmacies 9Primary Care Associations 7State Government / Health Departments 3Rural Health Clinics 3Quality Improvement Organizations 3Schools of Medicine Visit http://www.hrsa.gov/patientsafety to see an updated PSPC 3.0 roster Now in its 3 rd year, PSPC Networks In Action: Community Partnerships Nationwide 8
Key Benefits PSPC Participation 9 Exposure to Cutting Edge People and Methods on Quality Improvement, Leadership & Change Management Opportunity to Be A Part of a Major National Movement in a Rewarding All Teach, All Learn Environment 9
PSPC Model 10 Improvement Assistance Supports ListServ Site Visits & Filming Conference CallsTeam sharing Healthcare Communities.org Leadership Coordinating Council PDSA=Plan, Do, Study, Act LS= Learning Session AP=Action Period Select Topic Planning Group Faculty Identify Change Concepts Enroll Participants Prework LS 1 P S A D P S AD LS 3 LS 2 AP1 AP2
The Collaborative is… 11 Helping its teams to transform their local healthcare delivery systems by identifying and spreading the leading practices of high performing safety net providers that have used clinical pharmacy services to achieve improved health and safety for their patients. 11
PSPC is being nationally recognized 12 2010 - Received the “Healthcare Transformation Award” from Communities Joined in Action which recognizes a replicable and transferable idea, tool, project, or learning that has value in community safety net care 2009 – Received the “Promising Practice Award of Excellence” from the American Diabetes Association 3 rd Annual Disparities Forum
Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative Aim 14 To save and enhance thousands of lives a year by: 1.Achieving optimal health care outcomes 2.Eliminating adverse drug events 3.Increasing clinical pharmacy services Vision: By 2015 – 3,000 communities have an integrated delivery system that assure optimal health outcomes and patient safety 14
What does open enrollment mean? 15 Join any time! Join the collaborative cycle and participate with current PSPC teams Participate in monthly All Team Calls, learning events and other collaborative activities Learn from the 120+ teams that are already doing this work!!
Why participate now? 16 HRSA recognizes the value in opening up this effort to any organization/partner who is ready to join others to improve patient safety and health outcomes Some organizations weren’t ready to join in the Fall but are ready to participate now! Provide an opportunity to introduce you, our partners, to the PSPC work
Charge to the AANP Community 17 It’s the Right Thing to Do for the Patients We Serve Safer Increased and Better Pharmacy Services Improved Health Outcomes Not new work! Aligned with national standards of care, integrates into performance improvement plan Reduces/Manages Risk – and Risk is Increasing Reduces Inappropriate Use of Polypharmacy – Better Medication Management 17
For more information: 18 HRSA PSPC Website (http://www.hrsa.gov/patientsafety