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Unit Leads' First Steps

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Unit Leads' First Steps

    CAUTI COHORT 1:

    Responsibilities of Unit Lead:

    STEPS THAT SHOULD ALREADY BE DONE

    ; Paperwork:

    1) Register your unit in Care Counts

    2) Complete the data use agreement

    3) Complete the CAUTI Readiness Assessment (one response per unit)

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CAUTIReadinessAssessment

    ; Recruitment of team:

    1) Recruit your unit team (minimum of physician lead, nurse lead, team project lead)

    2) Engage a senior executive to partner with your team and round with your team ; Facilitate the baseline HSOPS (Hospital Survey on Patient Safety) for your unit April 4-29 (training

    dates and times included at the end of this document):

    1) Determine a multidisciplinary roster of unit personnel who will be taking the HSOPS; send # of

    expected participants to MHA (Nicole Smith)

    2) Educate staff about need to complete the HSOPS

    3) Administer the HSOPS in accord with the project timeline

    BASELINE OUTCOME DATA BEGINS IN MARCH, AND CONTINUES FOR 3 MONTHS: ; Monthly, starting in March:

    1) Number of symptomatic CAUTI’s attributable to your unit for that month

    2) Number of urinary catheter days per month (number of patients with a urinary catheter device is

    collected daily at the same time each day and the total is summed for the month)

    3) Number of patient days per month

    BASELINE PROCESS DATA COLLECTION BEGINS MAY 2, AND CONTINUES FOR 3 WEEKS UNTIL MAY 20 ; Count daily, Monday through Friday, for 3 weeks, starting May 2-May 20:

    1) Assess each patient on the unit for the presence of a urinary catheter

    2) Record the reason for the catheter

PROSPECTIVE OUTCOME DATA COLLECTION

    Monthly collection of symptomatic CAUTI’s by patient day and catheter day continues monthly through July

    2011 and will then be collected quarterly.

    PROSPECTIVE PROCESS DATA COLLECTION BEGINS IN JUNE 2011

    ; Monday-Friday for two weeks assess presence of urinary catheter device in each patient and the

    indication for the catheter. (June 6-17, 2011)

    ; One day (Tuesdays) per week for six weeks continue to assess presence of catheter device in each

    patient and the indication for the catheter. (June 21, 28, July 5, 12, 19, 26)

    ; Five days per week once a quarter continue to assess presence of catheter device in each patient and

    the indication for the catheter. (Oct 10-14, January 9-13 2012, April 9-13 2012, July 9-13 2012).

    STEPS TO BE DONE BEFORE BEGINNING PROSPECTIVE DATA COLLECTION

    ; Introduce CUSP:

    1) Show the Science of Safety Video to all unit staff; build it into new staff and physician orientation

    2) Do the “How will the next patient be harmed” exercise with physicians and staff; prioritize safety

    issues that are raised; choose one to work on

CAUTI Cohort 1 HSOPS Training Webinar Information

March 22, 2011 at 2:00 pm ET

    https://mhakeystonecenterevents.webex.com/mhakeystonecenterevents/onstage/g.php?d=668825066&t=a

    Call-in toll-free number: 1-877-669-3239

    Event number: 668 825 066

March 24, 2011 at 2:00 pm ET

    https://mhakeystonecenterevents.webex.com/mhakeystonecenterevents/onstage/g.php?d=664810789&t=aC

    all-in toll-free number: 1-877-669-3239

    Event number: 664 810 789

March 29, 2011 at 2:00 pm ET

    https://mhakeystonecenterevents.webex.com/mhakeystonecenterevents/onstage/g.php?d=661505234&t=a

    Call-in toll-free number: 1-877-669-3239

    Event number: 661 505 234

March 31, 2011 at 2:00 pm ET

    https://mhakeystonecenterevents.webex.com/mhakeystonecenterevents/onstage/g.php?d=663145861&t=a

    Call-in toll-free number: 1-877-669-3239

    Event number: 663 145 861

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