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Robert Ferguson's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Morgan
20:34
Mary Morgan RN. St. Clair Hospital Pittsburgh
Bridget Howard
20:40
Bridget Howard- Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Cindy Kennedy, MFHS
27:40
Cindy Kennedy, Maternal and Family Health OBGYN Scranton PA
Cindy Kennedy, MFHS
29:51
Will the slides be available following he talk?
Elizabeth Balskus
31:11
Hi Dr. Kennedy! Yes, the slides will be posted on the PA PQC website along with a recording of this session
u3334
31:43
Hi everyone! Kay Young Lehigh Valley Health Network
Lisa Murphy
31:59
Lisa Murphy, PSH Hershey
Amy Stauffer
32:26
Amy Stauffer, PSH/MFM Hershey
Kerin Kohler
32:54
Kerin Kohler, Women's Health Social Worker, Reading Hospital
Elizabeth Balskus
38:59
MOMD Report Out Questions for the latter portion of this meeting:
Elizabeth Balskus
39:02
Given the goal of MOMD to increase prenatal/postpartum depression screening and follow-up and reduce racial/ethnic disparities, how did you structure and build your MOMD teams?How are you learning about the current prenatal/postpartum depression screening and follow-up workflows in each outpatient office?How is your team deciding which components of the workflows to standardize across offices and which components to keep flexible?How is your team developing an action plan to implement the protocols across the offices?How will your team be tracking the prenatal and postpartum depression screening and follow-up rates across the offices to inform continuous improvements to the processes?
pettvm
51:59
is it suggested that pt is screened also at 16 w & 36w?
Robert Ferguson
55:28
MOMD Change Package based on ACOG and other guidelines: … administer a validated, self-reported full-screen in a culturally relevant way at least once during the prenatal period, ideally in each trimester, and at the 3/6 week, 6 month, and 12 month postpartum visits.
Robert Ferguson
57:40
One of the references for depression screening frequency from MOMD Change Package: https://brightfutures.aap.org/Bright%20Futures%20Documents/MSRTable_InfancyVisits_BF4.pdf
Robert Ferguson
01:02:24
And national screening frequency for well-child visits: 1 month, 2 month, 4 month, and 6 month visits. This is also in the PDF linked above.
Robert Ferguson
01:03:50
The PA PQC Learning Session Presentation about Maternal Home Visiting Programs: https://www.whamglobal.org/list-documents/390-maternal-home-visiting-program-pa-dhs/file
Robert Ferguson
01:04:46
Given the goal of MOMD to increase prenatal/postpartum depression screening and follow-up and reduce racial/ethnic disparities, how did you structure and build your MOMD teams?How are you learning about the current prenatal/postpartum depression screening and follow-up workflows in each outpatient office?How is your team deciding which components of the workflows to standardize across offices and which components to keep flexible?How is your team developing an action plan to implement the protocols across the offices?How will your team be tracking the prenatal and postpartum depression screening and follow-up rates across the offices to inform continuous improvements to the processes?
Robert Ferguson
01:10:06
Presentation about MI in the context of screening: https://www.whamglobal.org/list-documents/179-motivational-interviewing-informed-messages/file
Pauline Taylor
01:10:53
Thanks Kerin!
Robert Ferguson
01:14:33
This is also a basic MI framework to offer feedback on screening results: (1) Ask permission (Would it be OK if we discussed the results of the questionnaire that you completed?) (2) Offer feedback (Based on the way you answered these questions your XXX is falling into the category [name]. That generally means…) (3) Ask for response (What are your thoughts about this?)
Mary Morgan
01:17:39
I would like to hear of any Community based programs in place- Support Groups?
Kerin Kohler
01:18:43
Maybe some strategies on how your organization provides education to providers and staff to address issues such as maternal mood disorders with patients.
pettvm
01:19:29
would like to have standardized recommendations for depression screening that was consistent across PA. It was all over- hard to know what is right/best.
Shawndel Laughner
01:19:46
thank you!