Finalist Posters – Innovations

///Finalist Posters - Innovations

Abstract Number: 30

USE OF SCRIBES BY HOSPITALISTS IN THE ADMISSION PROCESS

Background: Physicians spend more time on documentation and less on direct patient care. Burnout and career disengagement have been linked to time spent documenting in the electronic health record. A scribe program could reduce the [...]

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Abstract Number: 28

DEMONSTRATING VALUE FOR THE TELE HOSPITALIST PROGRAM IN A TERTIARY CENTER

Background: This is an exciting time for Telemedicine with new programs being implemented across the continuum of care including acute care, post-acute care, and in home settings. Proving the value of telemedicine programs when no [...]

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Abstract Number: 27

PROFITING FROM THE POKE: A HOSPITALIST PROCEDURE TEAM

Background: Internal medicine residency contains procedural training, including guidance in paracentesis, thoracentesis, lumbar puncture, arthrocentesis, and central line placement. As a result, most hospitalists are able to perform these bedside procedures. However, national trends confirm [...]

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Abstract Number: 25

ALWAYS THERE WHEN YOU CALL: HOSPITAL MEDICINE WITHIN THE ER IMPROVES DISCHARGE RATES

Background: Hospital capacity constraints remain an immense concern throughout the US and has been recognized as a national crisis for greater than a decade. ER overcrowding is of particular concern due to its downstream effects. [...]

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Abstract Number: 24

IS YOUR PATIENT IN SHAPE FOR DISCHARGE?

Background: A fifth of older adults discharged from the hospital require readmission within 30 days. Readmissions impose an enormous burden on both patients and the healthcare system. Previous investigations have found that less than half [...]

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Abstract Number: 22

TOPIC MODELING TO EVALUATE HOSPITAL GOOGLE REVIEWS

Background: With access to big data in medicine, it is becoming increasingly necessary to use tools to automate the pooling of data into relevant thematic structures. Topic modeling is most often used to uncover these [...]

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Abstract Number: 20

AN INNOVATIVE ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL PROTOCOL REDUCES LENGTH OF STAY, RESTRAINT USE, AND TRANSFERS TO INTENSIVE CARE

Background: Alcohol withdrawal is a common disorder faced by hospitalists. The pharmacologic standard of care involves the use of benzodiazepines, administered either as fixed doses or with doses adjusted per patient symptoms. At our institution, [...]

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Abstract Number: 19

THE PRE-REVIEW: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY INITIATIVE TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF PUBLICLY REPORTED MORTALITY DATA

Background: Publically reported data is increasingly important to a hospital’s reputation and bottom line. Programs such as CMS Hospital Value Based Purchasing (HVBP) place 2% of a hospital’s base payments at risk, while the CMS [...]

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Abstract Number: 18

IMPROVING TIME TO ANTIBIOTICS IN SEPSIS ON ACUTE CARE FLOORS: A QUALITY SCHOLARS PROJECT

Background: Third International Consensus Definitions for Sepsis and Septic Shock (SEP-3) defines Sepsis as life-threatening organ dysfunction due to a dysregulated host response to infection. In United States about 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with [...]

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Abstract Number: 16

PROMOTING ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT FOR NURSE PRACTITIONERS AND PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS

Background: One way academic organizations recognize staff achievements and scholarly activities is through four levels of academic appointments: Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor. Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants (NPPAs) employed by the Mayo [...]

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Abstract Number: 14

ENDING ENDOSCOPY DELAY: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO REDUCE INPATIENT ENDOSCOPY DELAYS

Background: Endoscopies are commonly performed in the inpatient setting, and successful completion frequently requires close coordination among nurses, hospitalists, gastroenterologists, and anesthesiologists. Given the complexity of this multidisciplinary involvement, as well as variability in patient [...]

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Abstract Number: 13

THE FEASIBILITY AND ACCEPTABILITY OF VIDEO VISITS FOR HOME-LIMITED ADULTS, A PILOT PROGRAM

Background: Geriatric and palliative care patients who have been discharged from hospital and are home-limited face challenges in effectively accessing ongoing healthcare and clinical follow-up after being discharged, leaving them at risk for unnecessary re-hospitalization. [...]

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Abstract Number: 12

A PROCESS APPROACH TO DECREASING HOSPITAL ONSET CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTIONS

Background: Stony Brook University Hospital (SBUH) identified an opportunity to develop and implement prevention strategies to reduce hospital onset C. difficile infections (CDI). Hospital Onset (HO) CDI are included in National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) [...]

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Abstract Number: 11

CARE PROCESS MODEL FOR OUR PATIENTS ADMITTED WITH MEDICAL COMPLICATIONS OF INJECTION DRUG MISUSE

Background: Beginning in 2015 Mission Hospital in Asheville, NC began noticing a rise in the number and associated length of stay (LOS) of patients admitted for medical complications of injection drug misuse. What began as [...]

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Abstract Number: 5

TEACH THE TEACHER MODEL: AN INNOVATIVE METHOD FOR IMPLEMENTING A POINT OF CARE ULTRASOUND CURRICULUM WITHIN A LARGE ACADEMIC INSTITUTION

Background: Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) is becoming an increasingly valuable tool in Internal Medicine. With the proper training, POCUS can provide insight into diagnostic dilemmas, resulting in expedited management and enhancing patient care. However, the ability [...]

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Abstract Number: 4

DIRECT OBSERVATION OF CLINICAL TEACHING ON ROUNDS (DOCTOR): A PILOT PROGRAM

Background: Hospitalists on inpatient resident teaching services receive variable training in how to facilitate high-quality education during rounds. Teaching of cognitive skills such as clinical reasoning, acknowledging uncertainty, and non-cognitive behaviors such as eye contact [...]

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Abstract Number: 3

IMPROVING COMMUNICATION WITH COMMUNITY PEDIATRICIANS

Background: In hospital-based medicine, maintaining an open line of communication between inpatient teams and community pediatricians serves as an essential component of providing comprehensive patient care and ensuring continuity at time of discharge. At St. [...]

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Abstract Number: 2

IMPROVING ADVANCED NOTIFICATION OF IMPENDING INTERHOSPITAL TRANSFERS

Background: Sub-optimal communication during care transitions contributes to poor patient outcomes. Patients who undergo interhospital transfer (IHT, the transfer of patients between hospitals) are at especially high risk given their level of illness severity. In [...]

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Abstract Number: 1

SNAP THIS: UTILIZING SOCIAL MEDIA AS A TOOL FOR REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AWARENESS IN THE HOSPITAL SETTING

Background: Adolescent reproductive health education is essential to prevent transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and teen pregnancy. Half of all new STIs occur among 15-24 year-olds and 1 in 4 adolescent females has had [...]

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