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1 Hip fracture NICE quality standard March 2012

2 What this presentation covers Background to quality standards Hip fracture quality standard Quality statements Find out more NICE Pathways NHS Evidence

3 Quality standards Set of specific, concise statements and associated measures Aspirational but achievable makers of high-quality, cost effective patient care Derived from best available evidence Address three dimensions of quality; clinical effectiveness, patient safety and patient experience

4 Hip Fracture Quality Standard Covers the management and secondary prevention of hip fracture in adults (only fragility fracture) Describes markers of high-quality, cost effective care which should improve the effectiveness, safety and experience of care for people with hip fracture It requires that services should be commissioned from and coordinated across all relevant agencies encompassing the whole hip fracture care pathway Integrated approach to provision of services is fundamental

5 Quality statement 1 People with hip fracture are offered a formal Hip Fracture Programme from admission. Quality measure: Proportion of people with hip fracture who receive a formal Hip Fracture Programme from admission.

6 Quality statement 2 The Hip Fracture Programme team retains a comprehensive and continuing clinical and service governance lead for all stages of the pathway of care, including the policies and criteria for both intermediate care and early supported discharge. Quality measure: Proportion of people with hip fracture transferred from hospital for early supported discharge or intermediate care for whom the Hip Fracture Programme team makes (and documents the reasons for) the decision to transfer.

7 Quality statement 3 People with hip fracture have their cognitive status assessed, measured and recorded from admission. Quality measure: Proportion of people with hip fracture receiving recorded preoperative cognitive assessment and measurement using a validated tool. Proportion of people with hip fracture who have undergone surgery receiving a recorded postoperative cognitive assessment and measurement using a validated tool.

8 Quality statement 4 People with hip fracture receive prompt and effective pain management, in a manner that takes into account the hierarchy of pain management drugs, throughout their hospital stay. Quality measure: Proportion of people with hip fracture who receive a formal, recorded pain assessment immediately on admission to the emergency department and within 30 minutes of initial analgesic administration. Proportion of people with hip fracture who are offered paracetamol as first-line analgesia on admission to the emergency department and every 6 hours preoperatively, unless contraindicated. Proportion of people with hip fracture who are offered paracetamol every 6 hours postoperatively.

9 Quality statement 5 People with hip fracture have surgery on the day of, or the day after, admission. Quality measure: Proportion of people with hip fracture who receive surgery on the day of, or the day after, admission.

10 Quality statement 6 People with hip fracture have their surgery scheduled on a planned trauma list, with consultant or senior staff supervision. Quality measure: Proportion of people with hip fracture who receive surgery on a planned trauma list. Proportion of people with hip fracture having surgery who receive surgery with consultant or senior staff supervision.

11 Quality statement 7 People with displaced intracapsular fracture receive cemented arthroplasty, with the offer of total hip replacement if clinically eligible. Quality measure: Proportion of people with displaced intracapsular fracture who receive cemented arthroplasty. Proportion of people with displaced intracapsular fracture who are offered total hip replacement if clinically eligible.

12 Quality statement 8 People with trochanteric fractures above and including the lesser trochanter (AO classification types A1 and A2) receive extramedullary implants such as a sliding hip screw in preference to an intramedullary nail. Quality measure: Proportion of people with trochanteric fractures above and including the lesser trochanter (AO classification types A1 and A2) who receive extramedullary implants such as a sliding hip screw.

13 Quality statement 9 People with hip fracture are offered a physiotherapist assessment the day after surgery and mobilisation at least once a day unless contraindicated. Quality measure: Proportion of people who receive a physiotherapist assessment the day after surgery unless contraindicated. Proportion of people who receive physiotherapist-led daily mobilisation from the day after surgery unless contraindicated.

14 Quality statement 10 People with hip fracture are offered early supported discharge (if they are eligible), led by the Hip Fracture Programme team. Quality measure: Proportion of people with hip fracture who receive early supported discharge (if they are eligible), led by the Hip Fracture Programme team.

15 Quality statement 11 People with hip fracture are offered a multifactorial risk assessment to identify and address future falls risk, and are offered individualised intervention if appropriate. Quality measure: Proportion of people with hip fracture who receive a multifactorial risk assessment of future falls risk. Proportion of people with hip fracture assessed to be at risk of falls who receive individualised intervention.

16 Quality statement 12 People with hip fracture are offered a bone health assessment to identify future fracture risk and offered pharmacological intervention as needed before discharge from hospital. Quality measures: Proportion of people with hip fracture who receive a bone health assessment before discharge from hospital. Proportion of people aged 74 years and under with a hip fracture, in whom a DXA scan is either completed prior to discharge or is scheduled post discharge from hospital. Proportion of people aged 75 years and over with a hip fracture, who are discharged on appropriate medication to help prevent further fractures.

17 National Hip Fracture Database The National Hip Fracture Database is a clinically led, web-based national audit of hip fracture care and secondary prevention in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands Continuing upload of full and accurate data by hospitals to the National Hip Fracture Database is currently considered part of the accepted methodology for the documentation and assessment of achievement of the quality measures, and is therefore an assumed element in the delivery of the quality standard

18 NICE Pathways NICE Pathways provide quick and easy access, topic by topic to the range of guidance from NICE Click here to go to NICE Pathways

19 NHS Evidence Visit NHS Evidence for the best available evidence on all aspects on Hip fracture Click here to go to the NHS Evidence website

20 Find out more Visit the NICE Hip fracture clinical guideline (CG124) for: the guideline the quick reference guide Understanding NICE guidance costing report and costing statement audit support and baseline assessment tool Hip Fracture Programme implementation advice online educational tools from BMJ Learning and Nursing Times Access the Hip fracture guideline at www.nice.org.uk/guidance/CG124www.nice.org.uk/guidance/CG124

21 What do you think? Did the implementation tool you accessed today meet your requirements, and will it help you to put the NICE guidance into practice? We value your opinion and are looking for ways to improve our tools. Please complete this short evaluation form.short evaluation form If you are experiencing problems accessing or using this tool, please email implementation@nice.org.ukimplementation@nice.org.uk To open the links in this slide set right click over the link and choose open link


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