Opioid and Pain Management Best Practices: Strategies for Success: Self – Assessment

Prepared by IPRO QIN-QIO, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Quality Improvement & Innovation Group

Use with Quality Improvement and Care Coordination: Implementing the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain document and the Opioid and Pain Management Best Practice Aggregate Results Dashboard.

Person and Family Engagement Implementation Guides for Hospitals

Developed by the American Institute of Research (AIR) in partnership with IPRO HQIC

This resource provides hospital leaders and staff with practical, step-by-step guidance to successfully implement the 5 PFE Best Practices in the CMS-funded Hospital Quality Improvement Contract (HQIC) program. Each guide walks the user through the definition of the PFE Practice, the intent of the Practice, the benefits of partnering with patients and families to increase safety in the hospital setting, concrete examples from the field, and a list of resources to support implementation. These guides are meant to be a supplement to the Hospital Roadmap for Person and Family Engagement.

Guide Practice 1 Preadmission Planning Checklist

Guide Practice 2 Discharge Planning Checklist

Guide Practice 3 Shift Change Huddles and Bedside reporting

Guide Practice 4 Designated PFE Leader

Guide Practice 5 PFAC or Representatives on Hospital Committee

Social Determinants of Health for Rural People

The Rural Health Information Hub

This resources discusses the contributing social factors that impact the health of rural residents. It provides a guide that focuses on the barriers and challenges that rural residents experience and discusses the impact of and documenting rural differences related to: Income-level, educational attainment, race/ethnicity, and health literacy.

Health Disparities Road Map

Developed by American Institute of Research (AIR) in partnership with IPRO HQIC

This resource discussed how Person and Family Engagement can help hospitals achieve health Equity in Health Care Quality and Safety.

The American Institutes for Research (AIR)—a partner in the IPRO HQIC program—identified six overarching strategies to guide hospitals in meaningfully engaging patients and families in health care. This document describes how to apply these strategies in ways that can help hospitals achieve equity in care quality and safety and address barriers to uniform engagement.

NATIONAL HEALTHCARE SAFETY NETWORK (NHSN):How to Use the Patient Impact and Hospital Capacity Module

National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases. Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion and the CDC

As part of CDC’s ongoing COVID-19 response, a new Patient Impact Module has been created in NHSN to help facilities track and monitor the number of cases reported in their facilities daily. The new module collects summary data which can be viewed in a table form without generating new analysis datasets. In addition, the summary data can be exported to excel/CSV for additional analysis outside the application. The data collected using this module will be informative and provide situational awareness at both state and national levels.

Guidance for Planning Vaccination Clinics Held at Satellite, Temporary, or Off-Site Locations

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The purpose of this resource is to provide guidance to assist with jurisdictional planning and implementation of satellite, temporary, or off-site vaccination clinics by public and private vaccination organizations. Other users may include public health preparedness professionals. The guidance primarily focuses on clinical considerations for planning a vaccination clinic, including vaccine storage, handling, administration, and documentation. 

8 Lessons from a Covid-19 Surge Hot Spot

Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI)

This resource discusses surge preparedness and 8 key takeaways or lessons learned by a major healthcare system who was at the epicenter of the US Covid crisis. Even the most sophisticated trend analysis can only estimate how health care systems need to prepare for taking care of higher numbers of patients with COVID-19. Many across the globe are drawing on the best information available to date to guide preparations for an expected surge of patients in need of hospital-level care.

Patient Safety Analysis Quick Reference Guides

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

These quick reference guides were created to help you understand, modify, and interpret your data using the NHSN application’s various analysis output (report) options for the NHSN Patient Safety Component. These guides serve as companions to the “Introduction to NHSN Analysis” training slide set.

How Person and Family Engagement Can Help Hospitals Achieve Equity in Health Care Quality and Safety

This material was prepared by American Institutes for Research (AIR). It is redistributed by IPRO HQIC, a Hospital Quality Improvement Contractor, under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Person and family engagement (PFE) is central to the mission of PfP and is recognized as a promising mechanism to aid in achieving equity in quality and safety. The PfP 3.0 Strategic Vision Roadmap for Person and Family Engagement lays out six overarching strategies to guide
hospitals in meaningfully engaging patients and families and describes how to apply these strategies to the five PFE metrics,