Using Data to Drive Outcomes: The Key to Personalized Vascular Access Care
A clinician’s quest to advance practice for the betterment of patients can be a challenge when they are not armed with the tools, resources, or funding to fuel change. Data is often seen as an IT project or for publication and not necessarily a means for patient improvement. This presentation looks at how available data within the healthcare setting can become a valuable asset in the pursuit to drive change and deliver personalized care. From identifying an issue and establishing a planned method of collection, this presentation will discuss the factors that drive decision making, and how data can help strengthen a position for effecting change, ultimately resulting in a compassionate approach specific to each patient.
Objectives for this presentation are:
•Identify at least three historical studies which had a major impact on vascular access.
•Name at least three significant vascular access practice changes.
•Compare standardized care versus personalized care.
•Consider disease and co-morbidity impacts on vascular access.
•Identify mechanisms to drive change through data.
•Discuss ways to collect data and consider tools available.
•Consider necessary components of data tool development.
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This activity for 1 contact houris provided by BD Medical Clinical Resource Services Department, which is accredited as a provider of continuing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing provider #CEP 13136.
Please register by July 10, 2019
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