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Becker's Hospital Review, December 29, 2017:
Top 10 Infection Control Stories of 2017
Included as #7 in Becker's Hospital Review year-end Top 10 list: 10 healthcare rules patients, staff say should be broken: Healthcare organizations can take specific action to mitigate the burden of unnecessary regulations without sparking political battles or slogging through policy changes, according to a viewpoint article written by three leaders from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
Modern Healthcare, December 13, 2017:
Physicians Must Continue to Drive Value-Based Care Push, Leaders Say
Hospitals and insurers can't wait for federal policies to move the dial on value-based care and instead must proactively make investments to improve quality of care at lower costs, said Dr. Don Berwick, founder of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and Dr. Patrick Conway, president and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, in a panel at the IHI's National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care in Orlando.
Fierce Healthcare, December 13, 2017:
IHI 2017: Patient-Centered Care Is Not Enough; It’s Time to Create a Partnership of Care
The relationship between physicians and patients has progressed from one that was once paternalistic to the more recent push to put patients at the center of their care. That’s an improvement, but Derek Feeley, president and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), said it doesn’t go far enough.
Fierce Healthcare, December 13, 2017:
IHI 2017: Patient Safety Efforts Must Move Beyond the Hospital to Encompass Ambulatory, Home Settings
Although hospitals have seen declines in medication errors, hospital-acquired infection rates and readmissions, it's time to focus on settings such as primary care practices, ambulatory surgical centers, dialysis and home settings, said Tejal Gandhi, MD, chief clinical and safety officer at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
Fierce Healthcare, December 14, 2017:
IHI 2017: Health Care Is in Trouble, But Competition Won’t Solve the Problems, Berwick Warns
Don Berwick, MD, president emeritus and senior fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), told attendees at the IHI 29th annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care.that health care will never accomplish the goals of the Triple Aim or the Quadruple Aim, which adds the goal of finding joy and meaning in work., if the industry continues to bet on competition as the remedy to the problem.
Fierce Healthcare, December 15, 2017:
IHI 2017: Strategies to Engage Physicians in Leading Quality Improvement Initiatives
A program to engage physicians in quality improvement efforts at Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California has seen a 7% reduction in length of stay across the hospital since the initiative began a year ago.
hfm Magazine, December 01, 2017:
A National Conversation About Patient Safety and Medical Errors
The IHI/NPSF Lucian Leape Institute, in partnership with the independent research institution NORC at the University of Chicago, recently conducted a public opinion survey of 2,500 US adults representing a cross-section of the population. When asked about patient safety, 41 percent of adults in the United States have some experience with medical error, either directly or indirectly. What lessons does this information offer to our leaders in Washington?
Huffington Post, December 05, 2017:
New Maternal Mortality Strategy Relies on Medical Homes
There are 380 pregnancy medical homes in 94 of North Carolina’s 100 counties. According to Community Care of North Carolina, the nonprofit group hired by the state to oversee the program, 94 percent of obstetrical practices that serve the Medicaid population participate in the program.
Fierce Healthcare, December 07, 2017:
Given Moral Choices, Doctors Today Can't Be Bystanders, says Don Berwick
Today’s doctors face moral choices all the time, including those that challenge their personal honesty, the organizations they work for and the society they live in, says Donald M. Berwick, MD.
Journal Sentinel, August 11, 2017:
Packers, Titletown District Host International Health Care Group
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Strategic Partner Summer Camp took place at the Green Bay Packers' Titletown Disctrict. The event included 80 attendees from England, Scotland, Sweden, Brazil, Qatar, Denmark and across the United States. IHI seeks to improve delivery of health care around the world.
Modern Healthcare, June 19, 2017:
50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders 2017
IHI's own Chief Clinical and Safety Officer, Dr. Tejal Gandhi, is number 30 on Modern Healthcare's list of 50 Most Influential Physician Executives and Leaders 2017.
McKnight's, June 16, 2017:
Sustainability of Dramatic Drop in SNF Antipsychotic Use in Doubt
A new report is calling into question the sustainability of recent reductions in antipsychotic use among nursing home residents, and whether providers have shifted from antipsychotics to other less scrutinized but similarly risky medications.
Advisory Board, June 09, 2017:
These 10 Health Care Rules Are Bad for Care, Providers and Patients Argue
Providers and patients have identified the top 10 health care rules that they say should be changed to improve care quality—and health care executive and managers can take action on the vast majority of them, according to according to a new JAMA viewpoint from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI).
Hospital & Health Networks, June 13, 2017:
Successful Discharge Planning Starts at Admission
As the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services encourage health care providers to reduce avoidable readmissions, better discharge planning has become a priority for hospitals. When patient transitions are top of mind for hospitals, better care is the result.
Health Affairs Blog, June 13, 2017:
What To Expect When You Are Managing A Population Health Coalition
The prospect of finding partners to achieve more than one could alone is inspiring, and the prospect of losing oneself in the process is frightening. Collaboration among a litany of health care and community-based organizations (CBOs) has become a popular approach to pursuing health improvements in cities and towns across the United States. Lauren Taylor of Health Affairs Blog dives into what to expect when managing a population health coalition.
Fierce Healthcare, June 08, 2017:
For Better Patient Care, Providers Must Break the Rules
Regulations can create a major time suck for staff in healthcare facilities, but digging a little deeper into protocols that hospitals follow rigidly could reveal that some rules are made to be broken. That's the conclusion of Don Berwick, M.D., president emeritus of the IHI, and coauthors from the organization, in a Viewpoint article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Becker's Hospital Review, June 06, 2017:
The Urgent Need to Shine a Bright Light on Healthcare
Although we are aware of the weaknesses in our system, there is a general lack of urgency in healthcare, and it's concerning. The National Patient Safety Foundation's Lucian Leape Institute, which recently merged with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, observed in its 2015 report, "Shining a Light: Safer Health Care through Transparency," that harm from medical errors continues at unacceptable levels and the U.S. healthcare system is buckling under the costs of care.
Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality, June 01, 2017:
IHI's Dr. Tejal Gandhi: 'We Have to Address Safety with a Total Systems Approach'
In a recent interview with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement blog, Tejal Gandhi, MD, the new chief clinical and safety officer with IHI, said a total systems approach to patient safety is the future of the movement.
Modern Healthcare, May 27, 2017:
Addressing Behavioral Health to Improve All Health
Years of research and initiatives focused on prevention and promoting healthier behaviors have missed the mark because they fail to tackle arguably the single greatest contributor to the chronic disease epidemic—mental illness.
Telegram, May 20, 2017:
End-of-Life Care Focus of UMass Memorial Trianing Program
Ellen Goodman, a former longtime Boston Globe columnist, joined forces with IHI, Dr. Atul Gawande, and Andrew Dreyfus, to found The Conversation Project in 2010. The Conversation Project offers tools online to help talk with a loved one before a crisis hits, which makes it easier to communicate with health care providers when there is a crisis.
Becker's Hospital Review, May 19, 2017:
Dr. Don Berwick: 5 Big Missteps on the Patient Safety Journey
Dr. Berwick, the former CMS administrator and current senior fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, spoke to a crowd at the 19th Annual National Patient Safety Foundation Patient Safety Congress Thursday. During the speech he highlighted some missteps in the approach that the patient safety community has taken throughout its improvement journey.
Sidney Daily News, May 19, 2017:
Medical Students Learn How to Administer Naloxone
Sponsored by the Student Opioid Coalition – a team of students that organizes projects to reduce the number of opiate-related deaths in Dayton, Ohio – more than 40 students gathered at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in late April, to address the opioid epidemic by learning how to administer Naloxone, also known as Narcan, the drug used to treat opioid overdoses.
Health Affairs Blog, May 19, 2017:
The Humanity in End-of-Life Care
Health care is personal, especially when it comes to caring for someone as they approach death. However, half of Americans feel they have too little control over end-of-life medical decisions. As the industry moves toward a more holistic approach to care delivery, health care organizations are beginning to rethink how they treat patients and starting to embed end-of-life care plans into the overall approach earlier on, sometimes before people even become ill.
Becker's Hospital Review, May 18, 2017:
Dr. Don Berwick's Reading List: 6 Book Recommendations for Safety Leaders
Don Berwick, MD, shared six book recommendations for patient safety leaders during a keynote address at the 19th Annual National Patient Safety Foundation Patient Safety Congress.
Fierce Healthcare, May 18, 2017:
New Guide Offers Hospital Execs a Blueprint to Create, Lead a Culture of Safety
Patient safety experts have long urged healthcare executives to create, shape and sustain a culture of safety within their organizations. Now there is a manual to help them do just that and advance their patient safety and workplace safety efforts.
Hospitals & Health Networks, May 16, 2017:
DIY Medicine Helps Improve Outcomes, Reduce Cost
The concept of self-care is a new and developing one. Where people used to have to deal with long inpatient stays, they now can learn to self-administer care for chronic conditions. Successful programs have seen not only an improvement in patient quality of life, but also significant improvement in health outcomes as well as reduced costs.
The Peninsula Qatar, May 06, 2017:
First-of-a-Kind Survey on Public Health Launched
During the fifth Middle East Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare (ME Forum 2017), the Minister of Public Health H E, Dr Hanan Mohamed Al Kuwari, announced the launch of the Qatar Public Health Strategy 2017-2022 Consultation, which invites feedback on public health issues in Qatar.
Boston Globe, May 09, 2017:
Med Schools to Teach How to Discuss Patients' Goals for Care — And for Life
How patients answer questions about overall life goals can inform treatment decisions, especially near the end of life. Four medical schools in Massachusetts have jointly agreed to teach students and residents how to talk with patients about what they want from life, so future doctors will know how far to go in keeping gravely ill patients alive.
Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare, May 08, 2017:
Lucian Leape Institute Announces Safety Culture and Technology Innovator Awards
Nominations are now open for the National Patient Safety Foundation’s Lucian Leape Institute Medtronic Safety Culture and Technology Innovator Awards. This award program, in its inaugural year, will recognize initiatives that drive successful implementation of technology through culture change in health care.
Becker's Hospital Review, May 11, 2017:
Stand Up for Patient Safety Management Awards Announced: 4 Things to Know
The recipients of the 2017 Stand Up for Patient Safety Management Awards have been announced.
Huffington Post, May 02, 2017:
The Global Epidemic Of Unneeded Cesarean Sections: It’s Time To Do Something
Why have C-section rates progressively increased in every region of the world over the past three decades? Why do average C-section rates exceed 15 percent in every country outside of sub-Saharan Africa? IHI's Pierre Barker explores the global epidemic of unneeded Cesarean sections.
Association of Health Care Journalists, May 03, 2017:
#AHCJ17 Panel Explores Ongoing Quest for Reliable Measures of Hospital Quality
Health reporters should be asking the hospitals they cover plenty of in-depth questions about their star ratings and other collected quality measures. But they should not assume that those measures reflect the hospital’s true performance. That was the takeaway from an engaging panel on hospital quality measures held at AHCJ’s Health Journalism 2017 conference in Orlando.
Health Leaders Media, May 04, 2017:
How Much Should Hospital Trustees Know About Patient Safety?
Hospital trustees are not usually chosen for their expertise in patient safety and quality of care. How much they know about patient safety and quality of care is not central to their joining a hospital board and has not been well quantified. A recent study published by The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety builds the relationship between hopsital trustees and how much they know about quality of care.
NZ Doctor, May 04, 2017:
Social Investment Approach to Mental Health - Health Minister's Speech
New Zealand Health Minister, Jonathan Coleman, speaks on the social investment approach to mental health. This is an un-edited media release statement.
Becker's Hospital Review, April 27, 2017:
Rebooting Patient Safety: 7 Questions with the Leaders of IHI and NPSF
With the new merge effective May 1, both IHI CEO, Derek Feeley, and NPSF CEO, Tejal Gandhi, spoke to Becker's Hospital Review in April about the merger, what drew them to the patient safety field and what they hope their organization can achieve in the future.
The JAMA Network, April 27, 2017:
Breaking the Rules for Better Care
Administrative burdens and complexity are alleged to be among the most costly forms of waste in US health care, at levels far exceeding those in other nations. Such requirements are said to detract from the care experience of patients and to drain time and morale from physicians and other staff. This Viewpoint describes an effort undertaken in a network of North American hospitals and clinics to explore the types and magnitudes of such waste at the front lines of care.
Becker's Hospital Review, April 25, 2017:
4 Ways Healthcare Providers Can Fight The Opioid Crisis Locally
If the United States is to successfully curb the rates of opioid abuse among its citizenry, providers will play a crucial role in facilitating such progress. Mara Laderman, a senior research associate with IHI, and Lindsay Martin, a member of the improvement and innovation faculty with IHI, published an article in NEJM Catalyst that addressed the ways in which healthcare providers can fight the opioid crisis.
Forbes, April 19, 2017:
How Health Systems Can Provide Better Care For Seniors
Last year, the influential John A. Hartford Foundation, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and the American Hospital Association kicked off an initiative called Age-Friendly Health Systems. Their aim is to install a very different model of care in 1,000 hospitals by 2020.
Becker's Hospital Review, April 19, 2017:
How Geisinger is Using 'Nusing Bundles' to Improve Patient Satisfactioin: 4 Takeaways
A "nursing bundle" consists of three to five evidence-based practices for nurses to consistently execute. Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health System implemented a "nursing bundle" in an effort to streamline the patient experience and improve satisfaction, according to a case study published on NEJM Catalyst.
Next Avenue, April 19, 2017:
Does Your Doctor Know What You Want?
Age brings a greater risk of diseases like cancer, heart disease, diabetes and stroke. Does your doctor know what’s important to you? Does he or she know what you want from your health care? Has your physician ever asked? And if so, did the doctor listen to your answer?
The East Carolinian, April 10, 2017:
Vidant Health Makes Two-Year Commitment to Achieve Health Equity
Vidant Health has committed itself to a two-year initiative to pursue equity within the medical world through the help of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI).
EMS1, April 13, 2017:
What EMS Leaders Need to Know About Unconscious Bias
Understanding your unconscious biases will make hiring decisions, disciplinary choices, relationships and clinical care more equitable.
Bekcer's Hospital Review, April 03, 2017:
9 Health Systems Sign on to Advance Health Equity with IHI
On Monday, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement launched Pursuing Equity, a two-year initiative to reduce health and healthcare access inequities, with nine health systems spread across the nation signing on to participate.
Fierce Healthcare, April 04, 2017:
9 Healthcare Systems Join Forces with IHI to Reduce Healthcare Inequalities
9 Healthcare Systems Join Forces with IHI to Reduce Healthcare Inequalities
All Africa, March 28, 2017:
Ethiopia: Transforming Healthcare Quality Service
Ethiopia's national document, the Health Sector Development Programme (HSDP) is developed to transform healthcare quality. The ultimate aim of the National Strategy is to consistently ensure and improve the outcomes of clinical care, patient safety and patient-centeredness while increasing access and equity for all segments of society. This editorial describes the ways in which Ethiopia is transforming healthcare quality service.
Hospital & Health Networks, March 27, 2017:
The Future of Age-friendly Care
As the baby boomer generation ages, health systems face the challenge of providing adequate care to this growing demographic. The John A. Hartford Foundation, Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the American Hospital Association, along with other partners, have launched an Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative to meet the complex needs of aging adults. This new initiative, designed to meet the needs of seniors, could be in 1,000 care sites by 2020.
Becker's Hospital Review, March 24, 2017:
How Healthy is Your Emergency Department
Kirk B. Jensen, M.D., MBA, a faculty member of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) in Boston and chair of IHI's collaborative on Improving Flow in the Acute Care Setting and Operational and Clinical Improvement in the ED, believes when matching your staffing capabilities or capacity to demand, all EDs reach an inflection point.
Hospitals & Health Networks, March 14, 2017:
When Violence Savages American Communities: Important Lessons for Hospitals
This is the first in a yearlong series of articles in which H&HN Senior Writer Marty Stempniak will focus on crucial lessons from hospitals that have responded to the epidemic of violence plaguing our nation. Stempniak will examine mass casualty events like those that occurred in Orlando, Fla., and Dallas, as well as the seemingly intractable day-to-day cycle of violence the afflicts too many American neighborhoods.
Fierce Healthcare, March 13, 2017:
IHI and NPSF Will Merge to Drive Nationwide Patient Safety Efforts
Two leading patient safety organizations have agreed to join forces to accelerate efforts to improve patient and workforce safety initiatives. The IHI and the NPSF will merge on May 1, the organizations announced Monday to kickoff Patient Safety Awareness Week. The organizations believe that together they will have a stronger impact on the patient safety movement
Health Leaders Media, March 13, 2017:
IHI, NPSF to Merge, 'Re-energize' Patient Safety Agenda
Two organizations that have played major roles in promoting quality healthcare are merging, according to a joint announcement Monday from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the National Patient Safety Foundation. IHI CEO Derek Feeley will lead the combined organizations, which together are calling for a "coordinated system-wide effort geared at providing safe care delivery across all aspects of care."
Hospitals & Health Networks, March 13, 2017:
IHI, National Patient Safety Foundation Announce Plans to Merge
Two influential Boston-area groups say that patient safety movement is due for a reboot. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement said that it will combine forces with the National Patient Safety Foundation, effective on May 1. As a part of the merge announcement, the NPSF released a public health call that inolves six steps to respond to the current state of preventable adverse events in health care.
Modern Healthcare, March 13, 2017:
National Patient Safety Foundation and Institute for Healthcare Improvement to Merge in May
Two prominent advocates of improving patient safety, the National Patient Safety Foundation and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, will join forces and become one organization as of May 1, 2017. CEOs Derek Feeley and Tejal Gandhi share the reasons behind the merge.
Healthcare Informatics, March 06, 2017:
Health System Leaders Issue Statement in Support of Medicaid Expansion, Gains Made Under the ACA
Leaders of several prominent health systems gathered in Washington, D.C. for a panel discussion about protecting innovation and coverage amid reports Republican U.S. lawmakers expect to unveil this week the text of long-awaited legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Fierce Healthcare, March 07, 2017:
Healthcare Leaders Stress Value of ACA's Push for Innovation
Though much of the debate around a Republican-led effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has centered around insurance and reforms to the law’s coverage mandates, for providers some of the biggest, and best, changes came from the law’s push for payment and delivery innovation. IHI's Don Berwick shares his views on the ACA's dual themes: offering more and better health insurance and innovating care delivery.
The Wall Street Journal, March 03, 2017:
Health Care Needs a Better System for Importing Ideas From Abroad
WSJ Health Expert David Blumenthal says the U.S. is not taking advantage of health-care delivery innovations around the world. With political winds changing the U.S. health-care system, it's tempting to look inward, rather than outward for solutions. However, this will mean that opportunities may be lost to learn from innovations abroad.
Medpage Today, March 03, 2017:
Ex-CMS Chief Berwick 'Angry' at Threats to Gut ACA
Don Berwick is president emeritus and senior fellow of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He was the administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for 17 months until December 2011. During two one-hour interviews, Berwick addressed critics of the Affordable Care Act and his part in the problem-plagued launch of Obamacare.
Becker's Hospital Review, March 02, 2017:
'Never Words': 7 Phrases Clinicians Should Avoid with Cancer Patients
The old saying goes, "sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me." But that saying isn't always true, especially when it comes to patient-clinician interactions, according to IHI senior fellow Len Berry, PhD.
KPBS, February 28, 2017:
Doctor Who Helped Shape Obamacare Warns of Drop in Quality of Care if Law is Scrapped
Don Berwick, the doctor who helped shape Obamacare, warns of drop in quality of care if the law is scrapped. Read his interview here.
The Pharmaceutical Journal, February 28, 2017:
Q&A: Invest in Safety and Make Savings Overall - Interview with Don Berwick
Don Berwick, president emeritus and senior fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, as well as author of the 2013 report which looked at patient safety in the NHS after the Mid Staffordshire Hospital scandal speaks to Jenny Bryan to share his thoughts on whether progress has been made.
Kevin MD, February 20, 2017:
Place Emotional Harms On Par with Physical Ones
In 2007, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) adopted the audacious aim of eliminating all preventable harm by January 1, 2012. While the organization has not yet achieved perfection in this area, the bold goal has catalyzed substantial advancement in patient safety at the organization. Kenneth Sands, MD, chief quality officer of BIDMC and colleagues described this courageous approach and their patient safety efforts at a presentation at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Annual Forum in December.
Kevin MD, February 23, 2017:
Perioperative Brain Health: The Need to Better Understand This Public Health Problem
In order to obtain traction on the issue of perioperative brain health, the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) convened a multi-stakeholder group including specialty societies who care for elderly patients undergoing surgery, payers, public advocacy groups, and federal funders under the umbrella of a Perioperative Brain Health Initiative.
Next Avenue, February 06, 2017:
Making Sure Our Longer Lives Are Healthy Ones
Here are just three of the innovations emerging from the imperative presented by the Triple Aim (patient satisfaction, better health of populations and lower per capita cost of health care), a model by the nonprofit Institute for Healthcare Improvement.
NEJM Catalyst, February 07, 2017:
Lessons in Leadership: Howard Green
This story was recorded at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s 28th Annual National Forum in Orlando, Florida, on December 4–7, 2016 by Mary Jane Kornacki on behalf of NEJM Catalyst. Howard Green, MD, Chief of Anesthesiology at Winchester Medical Center in Virginia, recalls his experience of leadership in action while in the Marine Corps — and lessons that have stayed with him for more than 3 decades.
Kevin MD , February 09, 2017:
Don't Repeal the ACA Without a Replacement
Though health care is undergoing unprecedented evolution, our fundamental mission to serve remains steadfast. The core tenants that must guide health care reform are simple and bipartisan, outlined in the Triple Aim of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI): Improve access to health care, improve the quality of care, and decrease overall costs.
Healthcare IT News, February 10, 2017:
Allscripts CEO Paul Black: 3 Health IT Trends to Watch in 2017
The shift to true value-based care is moving full-steam ahead. Leadership within the healthcare industry is focused on the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Triple Aim – higher quality, lower costs and better outcomes – and increasing the number of models aimed at reaching those goals.
Health Leaders Media, January 31, 2017:
IHI: This Way to Patient Safety
A paper from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement offers strategies aimed at advancing patient safety via leadership, teamwork, negotiation, and transparency.
Becker's Hospital Review, January 31, 2017:
Four Things Trump Should Consider Before Dismantling Obamacare
The healthcare system is undergoing a generational shift through an approach the Institute for Healthcare Improvement calls the Triple Aim—improving patient experience, improving health and cutting the per capita cost of care. Here are four things Trump should consider before dismantling Obamacare.
Daytona Times, January 26, 2017:
Halifax Health Doctors' Research Recognized at International Forum
The research of top physicians in the Halifax Health – Family Medicine Residency Program was recognized at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI) 28th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care held in December in Orlando.