Drug Safety Events

IPRO PREVENTING AND REDUCING ADVERSE DRUG EVENTS (PARADE) INITIATIVE

Implementation of a Medication Reconciliation Toolkit to Improve Patient Safety: MARQUIS2

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Overview:

This webinar provides an overview of the Multicenter Medication Reconciliation Quality Improvement Study (MARQUIS) results and toolkit and introduces the next phase of the study (MARQUIS2) with the primary objective of recruiting interested hospitals.

Presenter:

Jeffrey L. Schnipper, MD, MPH, FHM

Director of Clinical Research, BWH Hospitalist Service

Associate Physician, Division of General Medicine,

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School

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Recorded Webinar

IPRO’s Preventing & Reducing ADEs Across Care Settings Project – Cycle 2 Audit Tool Webinar

Friday, September 25, 2015

Overview:

This webinar reiterates the PARADE project focus and objectives and provides an overview of the measurement strategy for medication reconciliation and high risk drug discharge communication. Detailed guidance on the use of the audit tools and the project timeline and due dates is also provided.

Presenter:  Anne Myrka, RPh, MAT

Recorded Webinar

PARADE: Audit Tool and Intervention Guidance Cycle 2

PARADE Request for Technical Assistance

Medication Reconciliation Audit Tool – Admission

Medication Reconciliation Audit Tool - Discharge

Anticoagulation Discharge Communication (AC-DC) Audit Tool

Anticoagulation Discharge Communication Discovery Tool

PARADE: Preventing and Reducing Adverse Drug Events in Care Coordination Communities: Cycle 2

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Overview:

IPRO, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ designated Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for New York, is tasked with reducing adverse drug events (ADEs) and hospital readmissions among Medicare beneficiaries across the State. QIOs are directed by CMS in the 11th Statement of Work (11SoW) to use health information technology to screen beneficiaries for ADEs and help providers utilize new or existing evidence‐based tools and practices to improve the care of those prescribed high risk medications, specifically anticoagulants, diabetic agents and opioids.

This webinar will serve as an introduction to IPRO’s Preventing and Reducing Adverse Drug Events (PARADE) initiative for new communities and provide information for those communities entering PARADE Cycle 2.

Presenter:  Anne Myrka, RPh, MAT

Presentation Slides

Recorded Webinar

Preventing and Reducing Adverse Drug Events in  Care Coordination Communities: Cycle 1 Results

Friday, July 30, 2015 from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Overview:

IPRO, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ designated Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for New York, is tasked with reducing adverse drug events (ADEs) and hospital readmissions among Medicare beneficiaries across the State. QIOs are directed by CMS in the 11th Statement of Work (11SoW) to use health information technology to screen beneficiaries for ADEs and help providers utilize new or existing evidence‐based tools and practices to improve the care of those prescribed high risk medications, specifically anticoagulants, diabetic agents and opioids.

This webinar will provide a brief overview of PARADE, present Cycle 1 statewide results and preview Cycle 2.

Presenter:  Anne Myrka, RPh, MAT

Presentation Slides

Recorded Webinar

Last updated: Monday, November 9, 2015