Our Hospital Engagement Network works with national subject matter experts in the ten priority areas to develop and provide training on each topic. These recorded training sessions will provide the background and tools to begin your journey to improvement in each area.

Webinar One: Intermountain-Led HEN »

In this webinar we provide a general overview of the Hospital Engagement Network and our plan moving forward.
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Webinar Two: Eliminating Elective Deliveries »

The objective of this webinar is to: describe key considerations in implementing a process to reduce elective inductions less than 39 weeks gestations, list at least 3 outcome measures to track/trend over time, and verbalize the relationship between favorable vs. unfavorable cervix and length of labor.
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Webinar Three: Fall Prevention and Mobility »

The objective of this webinar is to introduce one system’s journey in addressing patient falls and mobility and review best practices to support the journey.
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Webinar Four: Reducing Hospital Readmissions »

The objective of this webinar is to understand the importance of readmissions in health care, delineate metrics for improvement, develop strategies to reduce readmissions, and identify resources create or expand a readmissions reduction program.
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Webinar Five: Pressure Ulcer Prevention »

The objective of this webinar is to: identify components of an effective pressure ulcer (Pru) prevention program, list at least two interventions for their own facilities, be prepared to submit measures of success.
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Webinar Six: Adverse Drug Events »

The objective of this webinar is to: identify components of an effective ADE prevention program, list at least two interventions for their own facilities, be prepared to submit measures of success.
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Webinar Seven: Building & Maintaining a Reliable Venous Thromboembolism Prevention Program »

The objective of this webinar is to: be able to list essential components of a VTE-P program, be able to identify next steps in the formation of their VTE-P program, and know candidate process and outcome metrics for VTE-P programs.
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Webinar Eight: Hospital Acquired Infection,
Human Factors »

This presentation, is to demonstrate a little bit about human factors work and actually make an impact. Looking at hospital acquired infections. I will focus on some of the approaches we’ve taken and report some of the results.
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Webinar Nine: Hospital Acquired Infection,
Surgical Site Infections »

Current concepts in the prevention of surgical site infection.
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Webinar Ten: Hospital Acquired Infection,
Ventilator Acquired Pneumonia »

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Webinar Eleven: Reducing CLABSI, A Primer »

The objectives include: to understand the importance of CLABSI in the current health care environment, to delineate metrics for performance improvement, to develop intervention strategies to reduce CLABSI, and to identify and access resources to start or to extend a CLABSI reduction program.
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Webinar Twelve: Catheter Acquired Urinary Tract
Infection »

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Webinar Thirteen: Year Three Kick-off »

Year 3 Additions include: DHHS goal that all short-term acute care hospitals will be in a HEN, expanded focus in selected areas, regional in-person meetings, and Tailored technical assistance.
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Webinar Fourteen: Considering the Impact of Social Determinants and Readmissions »

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Webinar Fifteen: Teaching High Reliability »

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Webinar Sixteen: CLABSI Prevention Affinity Call »

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Webinar Seventeen: Iatrogenic Delirium »

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Webinar Eighteen: Sepsis »

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Webinar Nineteen: HVHC Sepsis Kick-Off Meeting »

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Webinar Twenty: Sepsis Dissemination & Implementation »

The webinar is led by Dr. Andreas Taenzer from Dartmouth-Hitchcock and focuses on developing and sustaining an effective sepsis safety program. Dr. Terry Clemmer from Intermountain Healthcare shares key organizational requirement identified for successful system-wide implementation of the sepsis bundle; and Dr. Shelley Sanders from Providence Health & Services shares some of the challenges encountered and work done to overcome these challenges.
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Webinar Twenty One: Sepsis Nurse Driven Protocol»

HVHC Safety Program webinar for sepsis focused on development and implementation of nurse-driven protocols for ordering the 3-hour sepsis bundle
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Webinar Twenty Two: Sepsis Fluid Management»

HVHC Safety Program webinar for sepsis highlighting work done at Northwell Health to improve sepsis treatment with a targeted focus on fluid management. Presented by M. Isabel Friedman, DNP, MPA, RN, BC, CCRN, CNN, CHSE
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