Management of High-Risk Patients: It's Not Just the Therapy - Enduring
Recorded On: 03/08/2023
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When we think of high-risk in the home setting, we often first think about the drug or therapy being administered such as PN or pain management. But as we know, the complexity of patients seen in the home and alternate site is growing each day. It is imperative to identify all risks that can place a patient in this category, from the therapy, to their co-morbidities, to psychosocial and mental illness, the list is endless. This presentation will take a look at how to assess patients for risk and review patient case studies, including how one home infusion organization is addressing these patients to provide equitable access to care for all patients.
- Identify five examples of high-risk patients.
- Describe five interventions to increase the likelihood of success.
- Define “Multidisciplinary Safety Stop” implemented to plan care for high-risk patients.
- Describe process for creating and initiating a “Care Agreement.”
Christine Moore RN BSN
Director of Nursing
Fairview Home Infusion
Christine Moore, RN BSN, PHN is the Director of Nursing at Fairview Home Infusion (MN). Dedicated leader with 30 years of Nursing experience--including hospital, community home health, education, home infusion and leadership. Chris inspires her team of 100+ nurses-- who manage over 1200 patients--to strive for excellece in clinical practice, with a focus on patient experience.
Her favorite quote is by Maya Angelou, “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
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