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2022 QIPSS - Group 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Rani Berry, Facilitator Group 4
02:36
Qualtrics link : Group 4: https://stanforduniversity.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_00U8itGD57WnWuO
laurice yang
02:38
for the judges, feel free to use the score sheet in the email from lisa. At the end, we will chat together about the wonderful presentations we will be seeing
laurice yang
04:43
Thank you again for being here! Because we only have limited time with our presenter -- If you have any questions, please feel to ask your question in the chat.Our facilitator will moderate the questions during the Q&AIf your questions are not answered, another option is that the presenter can answer your question while the next person is presenting
Don Hoffman
07:10
The cost savings, $2556, is that per patient?
Rani Berry, Facilitator Group 4
08:24
1 minute left
Don Hoffman
08:58
And that is hard dollars. (I think)
Claire Baniel - Resident
09:00
This is really great Erik! I echo Dr Maggio; so many of these patients are very sick and to save them across buildings to the RT department and speeding up treatment planning is great!
Don Hoffman
09:06
Nice work!
Erik Blomain
10:25
i noticed there was a typo - the 2500 in the summary was the interim q2 number that was left on by mistake, the 6600 figure above was the full 12 months
Erik Blomain
10:29
i updated the slides but missed that spot
Erik Blomain
10:34
but thank you all so much!
laurice yang
14:54
thank you Rebecca!
laurice yang
14:59
fantastic job!
David Ha
17:33
Wonderful work Rebecca, David from our abx stewardship team here, audio not working apologies, but great presentation, looking forward to having you in ID this coming year, IV-to-PO has been of ongoing interest with various interventions made over time (e.g. order sets, pharmacist protocol, etc,), let's connect on this and see how we might multiply these efforts!
Rebecca Linfield
18:30
Thank you! Would love to connect :)
Shelagh Nolan
24:26
@ Mark : Love this work. Interested in a possible complimentary subject-- insurance literacy. Our healthcare system can be VERY hard to navigate.
Shelagh Nolan
28:16
This Policy project is definitely important -- curious to hear more about why these policies are stored on an SU system rather than the hospital documents management system. A whole team may be able to connect dots more effectively if more people are using the same system.
Don Hoffman
32:03
What are next steps?
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
40:48
Great work Gaby & team!! šŸ§ 
laurice yang
40:56
fantastic job !!
Ann Weinacker
43:58
This is a really great project that Iā€™m sure is helpful not only to staff but also to patients! I see these caps all over the hospital and think they are wonderful, and I can easily imagine how they can improve communication.
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
46:22
Can you please discuss how these caps increased wellness?
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
47:26
(and I agree I've seen the caps around, and like them as well!)
Anisia Dugala
48:37
From a change management perspective, what challenges, if any, did you face in rolling out the name caps?
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
48:39
That helps a great deal. Thanks for the explanation!
Rani Berry, Facilitator Group 4
53:34
Does anyone have Bronson's #?
bronson sansoni
53:55
I am here
Rani Berry, Facilitator Group 4
54:16
Great - ill message you directly
Shelagh Nolan
55:33
Waste reduction is so important.. Stanford has been an early innovator in this space. Great to see your team continuing to advance the work!
laurice yang
56:30
this is wonderful@ thank you John and team for working on this very important initiative
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
56:53
Agreed, Shelagh! Valuable work with the opportunity to be a sustainability leader!
Shelagh Nolan
01:06:53
C.Diff is one of our biggest risk areas in lots of ways (including Quality ratings). Really appreciate your work on this, Team.
Rani Berry, Facilitator Group 4
01:07:59
1 minute
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
01:08:36
With the addition of the reflex to EIA capability, and the protection of the staff when a colonization is discovered, are these benefits offset by the cost of the testing?
laurice yang
01:08:45
great job!!
laurice yang
01:08:53
thank you for your interest in QI!
Larry Katznelson
01:09:01
Nice job!!
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
01:10:50
By protection of the staff I mean the utilization of PPE rather than exposing staff.
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
01:11:35
Great; thanks!
Rani Berry, Facilitator Group 4
01:11:41
: Group 4: https://stanforduniversity.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_00U8itGD57WnWuO
Shelagh Nolan
01:12:09
Thank you so much Rani -- this is LITERALLY the most efficient meeting I have ever been to.
laurice yang
01:12:46
lol agreed with Shelagh !
suleman qamar
01:12:49
Thank you all!
laurice yang
01:12:53
thanks to Rani's time keeping!
bronson sansoni
01:12:53
Thank you all!
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
01:13:05
Thanks everyone! Great work!
Stacy Serber, PhD, RN, CNS, SCRN
01:15:35
I have one first place, and a tie for second. šŸ˜Š
Anisia Dugala
01:23:52
Sorry @ Laurice I think it got mixed up I also meant the scrub cap project. I may have misspoke and said Radiology