Submitted by mailerichardson on Mon, 2020-10-26 09:40
Project Goal: By September 2020, providers at SMMC would demonstrate a 50% improvement in their collective knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors for recognizing and responding appropriately to patients who may be trafficked.
Submitted by mailerichardson on Mon, 2020-10-26 09:37
Project Goal: To increase the total number of quality advance care planning conversations documented by a variety of disciplines on the team, including physicians, medical trainees, advanced practice providers, social workers, dieticians, nurses and rehab specialists (PT/OT/SLP).
Submitted by mailerichardson on Mon, 2020-10-26 09:26
Project Goal: In response to current California legislation (AB 1544 Community Paramedicine or Triage to Alternate Destination Act) and the CalAIM Medi-Cal Reform (proposing In Lieu of Services to establish sobering care), create a national accreditation program through the National Sobering Collaborative to launch in midi-2021.
Submitted by mailerichardson on Mon, 2020-10-26 09:21
Project Goal: After completing a series of role clarification exercises in the first half of 2020, our teamlets, made up of primary care providers and medical assistants, will report an improvement in role clarity, in their teamlet relationship, and that they have the tools and training to succeed in their role; a more equal sense of personal job responsibility; and reduced burnout.
Submitted by mailerichardson on Mon, 2020-10-26 09:13
Project Goal: Survey adult patients with primary chemotherapy for stage I-III breast cancer, stage II-III colon cancer, or stage II-IIIA lung cancer immediately before, during, and after chemotherapy to determine pain, fatigue, and quality of life. Engage appropriate resources based on the answers to the questions.