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Pressure Injury (PI) Sprint Series: Quality Improvement Principles for Pressure Injuries

June 22 @ 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm est

Join the Health Quality Innovation Network (HQIN) for the second session of our seven part Pressure Injury (PI) Sprint Series to learn how to apply quality improvement principles to your PI program.  This session will focus on accurate identification of pressure injuries (PIs) versus non pressure related wounds, accurate staging and measurement of PIs.  Participants will also learn the importance of accurate and timely wound documentation and how to resolve inconsistencies. A Certified Wound Ostomy Nurse (CWON) will offer guidance, resources, and tools that will allow participants to identify gaps, reduce root causes in the wound identification, staging, and documentation process that can negatively impact pressure injury outcomes. Who Should Attend: Administrators, DONs, Wound/Ostomy Nurses, Treatment Nurses, MDS Nurses, Unit Managers/Charge Nurses, Interdisciplinary Team, Staff Development
  • Session 2 (June 22): Staging Wounds & Identifying Tissue Types
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Pressure Injury (PI) Sprint Series: Quality Improvement Principles for Pressure Injuries

July 6 @ 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm est

Join the Health Qualithy Innovation Network (HQIN) for the third session of our seven part Pressure Injury (PI) Sprint Series to learn how to apply quality improvement principles to your PI program.  This session will focus on common treatment approaches based on wound stage and characteristics.  Participants will learn about the different treatment types, factors that influence/impede wound healing, documentation, and when treatment should be changed. A Certified Wound Ostomy Nurse (CWON) will offer guidance, resources, and tools that will allow participants to identify gaps, reduce root causes in the wound treatment and documentation that can negatively impact pressure injury outcomes Who Should Attend: Administrators, DONs, Wound/Ostomy Nurses, Treatment Nurses, MDS Nurses, Unit Managers/Charge Nurses, Interdisciplinary Team, Staff Development
  • Session 3 (July 6): Appropriate Treatment Strategies
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Pressure Injury (PI) Sprint Series: Quality Improvement Principles for Pressure Injuries

July 20 @ 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm est

Join the Health Quality Innovation Network (HQIN) for a sprint series to learn how to apply quality improvement principles to your pressure injury (PI) program. This Sprint is a seven-part webinar series where each session builds upon the next. Subject matter experts and quality improvement advisors will offer guidance, resources, and tools that will allow participants to identify and develop action plans to address gaps, reduce root causes of pressure injuries, and drive improvement. You will have an opportunity to ask questions from a panel of nurses, certified wound ostomy nurse and quality improvement professionals. These sessions will support survey readiness and help you be responsive to identified opportunities and survey deficiencies. Who Should Attend: Administrators, DONs, Wound/Ostomy Nurses, Treatment Nurses, MDS Nurses, Unit Managers/Charge Nurses, Interdisciplinary Team, Staff Development
  • Session 4 (July 20): Accurate PI MDS Coding
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Pressure Injury (PI) Sprint Series: Quality Improvement Principles for Pressure Injuries

August 3 @ 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm est

Join the Health Quality Innovation Network (HQIN) for a sprint series to learn how to apply quality improvement principles to your pressure injury (PI) program. This Sprint is a seven-part webinar series where each session builds upon the next. Subject matter experts and quality improvement advisors will offer guidance, resources, and tools that will allow participants to identify and develop action plans to address gaps, reduce root causes of pressure injuries, and drive improvement. You will have an opportunity to ask questions from a panel of nurses, certified wound ostomy nurse and quality improvement professionals. These sessions will support survey readiness and help you be responsive to identified opportunities and survey deficiencies. Who Should Attend: Administrators, DONs, Wound/Ostomy Nurses, Treatment Nurses, MDS Nurses, Unit Managers/Charge Nurses, Interdisciplinary Team, Staff Development
  • Session 5 (August 3): The CNA Role: Identifying and Reporting
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Pressure Injury (PI) Sprint Series: Quality Improvement Principles for Pressure Injuries

August 17 @ 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm est

Join the Health Quality Innovation Network (HQIN) for a sprint series to learn how to apply quality improvement principles to your pressure injury (PI) program. This Sprint is a seven-part webinar series where each session builds upon the next. Subject matter experts and quality improvement advisors will offer guidance, resources, and tools that will allow participants to identify and develop action plans to address gaps, reduce root causes of pressure injuries, and drive improvement. You will have an opportunity to ask questions from a panel of nurses, certified wound ostomy nurse and quality improvement professionals. These sessions will support survey readiness and help you be responsive to identified opportunities and survey deficiencies. Who Should Attend: Administrators, DONs, Wound/Ostomy Nurses, Treatment Nurses, MDS Nurses, Unit Managers/Charge Nurses, Interdisciplinary Team, Staff Development
  • Session 6 (August 17): Care Planning: Resident/Family Engagement/Education
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Pressure Injury (PI) Sprint Series: Quality Improvement Principles for Pressure Injuries

August 31 @ 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm est

Join the Health Quality Innovation Network (HQIN) for a sprint series to learn how to apply quality improvement principles to your pressure injury (PI) program. This Sprint is a seven-part webinar series where each session builds upon the next. Subject matter experts and quality improvement advisors will offer guidance, resources, and tools that will allow participants to identify and develop action plans to address gaps, reduce root causes of pressure injuries, and drive improvement. You will have an opportunity to ask questions from a panel of nurses, certified wound ostomy nurse and quality improvement professionals. These sessions will support survey readiness and help you be responsive to identified opportunities and survey deficiencies. Who Should Attend: Administrators, DONs, Wound/Ostomy Nurses, Treatment Nurses, MDS Nurses, Unit Managers/Charge Nurses, Interdisciplinary Team, Staff Development
  • Session 7 (August 31): Ongoing Practices and Monitoring: Best Practices from High Performing Nursing Homes
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