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PA PQC Learning Session - Shared screen with speaker view
cuccuis
36:39
Stephen Cuccuini MSN,RN, interim nurse manager IICN, Temple University Hospital
Melissa McKinney
36:41
Good Morning, Melissa McKinney CRNP
Catherine
36:41
Catherine Yu, MD PGY-3 OBGYN resident at Tower Health Reading Hospital
Giampidx
36:48
Diana Giampietro FNP,MSN,RN
Sam Caimi she/her
36:55
Sam Caimi, Philadelphia Infant Toddler Early Intervention
Julie Becker
36:58
Julie Becker, MSN RN NPD-BC RNC-OB; Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center
Kim Costello
36:59
Kim Costello, DO, CPE, FAAP Director of Neonatology St. Luke's University Health Network
Melissa McKinney
37:00
Women’s Health Quality Manager Pennsylvania Hospital
Ellen Taylor
37:06
Good morning!
Aasta D. Mehta
37:13
Aasta Mehta, Philadelphia Department of Public Health
Emily Goyne
37:18
Good morning, Emily Goyne, Quality Data Analyst, Main Line Health System
Michele Neff-Bulger
37:23
Michele Neff-Bulger, DO Director Newborn Nursery Geisinger Medical Center
u3334
37:27
Good morning. Kay Young Lehigh Valley Health Network
pettvm
37:35
Vivian Petticord , Director Women's Health Service Line , UPMC Magee-Women's Hospital
josephm
38:16
Michelle Joseph RN, Pediatric Clinical Lead, Doylestown Hospital
Giampidx
38:29
Diana Giampietro FNP,MSN,RN Nurse Manager Labor & Delivery Temple University Hospital
Joanne Balasavage
38:37
Joanne Balasavage, CRS Free to Be Mom Program Geisinger
Sadia Batool
40:20
Sadia Batool, Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems (ECCS) Family Lead, OCDEL
JForte
43:02
Jessica Forte, MSW/LSW St.Clair Health Perinatal Social Worker
Carolyn Byrnes
43:35
Carolyn Byrnes, Senior Advisor, PA DOH
Kevin Youngblood
43:59
Kevin Youngblood, EI Advisor, OCDEL-BEISFS
leeanne.minihan@pinnacletreatment.com
44:51
Leeanne Minihan, BS Case Manager at Williamsport Family Medical Center, MAT program
Erin Redding
45:07
Erin Redding Behavioral Health Case Manager, Free2BMom Geisinger
Jessica Beaty
45:35
Jessica Beaty MPH, MSN, RN, Nurse abstractor, Maternal Mortality Review, PA DOH
Mary Lewis
48:34
Mary Lewis - Penn State Hershey
Liz Huyett
56:14
Elizabeth Huyett MSN, RN, CEN-Tower Health Clinical Standards Program Manager for MCH.
Mary Lewis
59:17
Cost of naloxone can be a barrier
Kerin Kohler
01:00:19
All Single County Authorities have free Naloxone kits available; as do many other community programs. Finding those programs in your community are very important.
Mary Lewis
01:01:14
Thank you!
Cathleen Palm (she/her) - Center for Children's Justice
01:06:49
Curious how these quarterly measures can be leveraged to inform with regard to the plan of safe care (should that in itself be a measure?
Kerin Kohler
01:08:09
Has anyone discussed payment for Naloxone for individuals that don't suffer from OUD but do suffer from a SUD with payers? Realistically we know that opioids are introduced to all substances being sold which makes access to Naloxone very important.
Kerin Kohler
01:16:45
Agree with Cathy Palm.
Elissa Concini- Geisinger
01:19:32
Thank you, Alison! You will be missed!
Pauline Taylor
01:39:04
Virtual packet: https://www.whamglobal.org/december-15th-2021-learning-collaborative
Aasta D. Mehta
01:52:41
in re: POSC--how are jursidictions delineating between substance "affected" and substance exposed for reporting to Childline?
Aasta D. Mehta
01:53:31
in Philadelphia, we decided that all substance exposed infants would get a POSC but are getting pushback at Childline as they have their own definition of "affected by" which is inconsistent
Cathleen Palm (she/her) - Center for Children's Justice
01:54:33
note again that feels like a measure should be those with an established plan of safe care since this is data needed for PA to remain eligible for federal CAPTA funding and if we want to move beyond all these plans flowing through child welfare we need measures/data elsewhere.
Cathleen Palm (she/her) - Center for Children's Justice
01:57:20
Key note in the chat about who/why infants are being the subject of notification to ChildLine (not a child abuse report by either federal or state law) - "affected by" is not defined in federal or state law and the definition in the guidance may remain too perplexing for on-the-ground decision making.
Donna Martin
01:59:44
It is difficult to hear the current speaker.
Elissa Concini- Geisinger
02:01:39
How many deliveries do you perform monthly?
Elissa Concini- Geisinger
02:01:53
Thank you!
fowlerkl4
02:02:10
100 per month, 1200 per year
pettvm
02:04:12
good job Katelyn & Brenda!!
Elissa Concini- Geisinger
02:04:35
Great info UPMC! Thanks for sharing! IUD's can be a challenge, but great work!!!
Robert Ferguson
02:11:26
Re: the SEN-related definitions, the PA PQC SEN and NAS Work Group has definitions for Substance Exposed Newborns and NAS. The NAS definitions matches DOH's case definition for NAS notifications via iCMS. The "affected by" definition associated with Plans of Safe Care is available in Appendix C here https://www.dhs.pa.gov/KeepKidsSafe/Resources/Documents/POSC_Guidance.pdf and goes up to 1 year of age which goes into the outpatient community setting.
Mary Lewis
02:15:47
Is there any way to track families are presenting to other EDs - outside our systems?
Ann Torregrossa
02:19:21
Great work Doylestown!
shehla
02:23:33
thanks
Sue Wehry-Crowell (she/her)
02:30:31
System error with phones
pettinatoj
02:32:52
We are having difficulty getting back on
Elissa Concini- Geisinger
02:36:16
We also had some issues at GCMC in Scranton. But have gotten back on.
Tammy Maggio
02:38:07
We also disconnected briefly
Elissa Concini- Geisinger
02:38:35
Maybe if we turn off incoming video? Perhaps its a bandwidth Issue?
Tammy Maggio
02:40:16
your slideshow isn't advancing
Melissa McKinney
02:40:43
I think it’s delayed for some but good now!
Tammy Maggio
02:42:04
still lagging
Sam Caimi she/her
02:44:20
Samantha.caimi@phila.gov
Sam Caimi she/her
02:44:24
gianna.pelletier@phila.gov
Sam Caimi she/her
02:44:31
birthto3EI@phila.gov
Sam Caimi she/her
02:44:43
Thanks Gianna! Great job.
Sam Caimi she/her
02:44:52
Sorry about the technical issues everyone!
Gianna Pelletier
02:45:28
Thanks, Sam and everyone for listening! I think the system as a whole is struggling as a whole right now
Kelly, QI at HUP Penn Med
02:45:54
Is everyone frozen?
Michele Neff-Bulger
02:54:52
Is the EI referral for all or just if family accepts?
Rachel Zimmerman
02:55:17
Ooops- meant to ask all: who puts the EI referrals in? Is it the residents?
Gianna Pelletier
02:56:51
Early Intervention referrals can be sent in by any Physician, Social Worker, Nurse, etc..
Sam Caimi she/her
02:57:18
@Michele EI is a voluntary program for birth families. The referral can be sent and then the family (if birth family) can decline to complete the intake or decline to continue the process at a future point
Gianna Pelletier
02:58:46
Families should be spoken with regarding the referral to EI but we are happy to discuss further when the family comes to us at Intake if they are unsure about participating in EI.
Kelly, QI at HUP Penn Med
03:02:12
Hey, Rachel! Primarily the residents as they’re doing the final discharge checklist, but any provider as well as our social workers who also do it!
Mae Reale (she/her), PCADV
03:04:36
https://www.pcadv.org/find-help/find-your-local-domestic-violence-program/
Mae Reale (she/her), PCADV
03:04:41
mcooper@pcadv.org
Mae Reale (she/her), PCADV
03:04:46
mreale@pcadv.org
Gianna Pelletier
03:07:50
And as a quick reminder, we are now accepting referrals BEFORE discharge from birth hospitals/NICUs.. so feel free to send referrals at any time throughout the child's care.
Daryl Stoner
03:25:19
This is the best 2nd victim information lecture I have heard. Thanks.
Kelly, QI at HUP Penn Med
03:27:02
Daryl, I second that. Mae & Michelle, this is wonderful! Thank you so much for the work you’re doing. It’s ugly out here for healthcare providers and sometimes we’re the WORST at addressing our own struggles.
Kelly, QI at HUP Penn Med
03:41:42
“We carry this alone.” If that’s not the tagline for secondary trauma during this pandemic.
Mae Reale (she/her), PCADV
03:58:12
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sLMp6tXW9U1QaXXcfk5K69x053HqMwM9/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=115427212931029861166&rtpof=true&sd=true
Susan Adeniyi-Jones
04:02:36
Thank you for an exceptional talk!
Sue Wehry-Crowell (she/her)
04:04:34
Really insightful and helpful presentation from both of you. Your compassion and desire to share strategies with us is so appreciated!
Daryl Stoner
04:04:43
Really great to have realistic suggestions for action and not just the usual lecture of what a problem this is without any thing to address the problem.
Elizabeth Balskus
04:04:59
4-7-8 breathing is also my favorite!! Definitely recommend trying it out
Mae Reale (she/her), PCADV
04:06:03
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sLMp6tXW9U1QaXXcfk5K69x053HqMwM9/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=115427212931029861166&rtpof=true&sd=true
Elizabeth Balskus
04:10:09
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