May Vascular Access Monthly Report -- FMC - Track 3
This month the Network wants to know what intervention/action step(s) are working for you in this quality improvement project to reduce long term dialysis catheters. Interventions/action step(s) may include modifying protocols, processes and procedures as needed to obtain a change.
Facility Name and Provider Number
162525 - FMC Midwest Dialysis
162532 - Fresenius Medical Care Dialysis Services Des Moines
162535 - Fresenius Medical Care Dialysis Services Des Moines South
162538 - Fresenius Medical Care Ottumwa
162546 - LE MARS AREA DIALYSIS SERVICES
162556 - FMC Cline Family Dialysis Center
172506 - Renal Care Group - Hays
172507 - FMC - Pittsburg Midwest
172515 - Renal Care Group - Liberal
172531 - Renal Care Group - Newton
172547 - RAI - Parallel Parkway - Kansas City Dialysis
172558 - FMC - Fort Scott
262548 - FMC - Joplin East
282520 - RAI Care Center
282521 - RAI Care Center - Ames Ave
282532 - FMC - Nebraska Home Dialysis
Project Contact Name
The number of patients using a catheter as their vascular access (for 90 of more days) as of the patient's last hemodialysis treatment of the month.
Total of number of hemodialysis patients receiving treatment at the dialysis facility as of the last hemodialysis treatment of the month (total facility hemodialysis patient census)
May Feedback - Intervention/action step(s)?
Quality improvement is about the meaningful impact a project has on the patients we serve. Please share with us what intervention/action step(s) you have adopted or combined with your practice that has made a difference in reducing long term dialysis catheters.
Incorporating a best practice shared during a Network webinar (use the comment field below to describe what you are doing)
Using a component from the ESRD Forums Catheter Reduction Toolkit (use the comment field to describe how you are using it)
Combining a current Fresenius practice with a Network intervention/action step(s) (use the comment field below to describe how you have enhanced your current practice)
Your root cause analysis has driven your clinics intervention/action step(s) to reduce long term dialysis catheter(use the comment field below to share)
May Feedback - Comments
Please enter your comments in regards to what intervention/action step(s) in this project are making a difference in your unit to reduce long term dialysis catheters.
Incorporating Intervention into Practice
It is important the promising/best practices and quality improvement differences that you and your clinic are making in this project continue after the Network is no longer an active participant. Please share with us how you have or will incorporate your intervention/actions(s) into practice to sustain your improvement.
Addition to the physician dialysis orders.
Addition to the FMC Policies and Procedures.
Addition to the clinics report time and or staff meeting.
Addition of intervention/action step(s) as part of your monthly quality improvement meeting.
The projects root cause analysis determined and has driven your clinics intervention/action step(s) to reduce long term dialysis catheters.
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