July 27, 2007July 27, 2007
Great Hospital WorkGreat Hospital Work
EnvironmentsEnvironments
Using Data to Create GreatUsing...
FutureThinkFutureThink
The state of Ohio recognizes health is more than theThe state of Ohio recognizes health is more tha...
FutureThink Strategic ObjectivesFutureThink Strategic Objectives
 Ohioans maintain physical, mental and spiritual well-be...
Goals of Great Work EnvironmentGoals of Great Work Environment
ProjectProject
 Promote quality in settings that support t...
How’d we get here?How’d we get here?
UnderpinningsUnderpinnings
•OHA Medical Collaboratives
•OONE Nursing Report Card
•OHA Data Services
•OHA Workforce Committ...
FutureThinkFutureThink
 Intent – create long term solutions to Ohio’sIntent – create long term solutions to Ohio’s
workfo...
CLINICAL
EXCELLENCE
WORK
ENVIRONMENT
American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, Jan. 26, 2005
Adopted by the OHA Workfo...
CLINICAL
EXCELLENCE
WORK
ENVIRONMENT
Interdependence of Healthy Work Environment,
Clinical Excellence and Optimal Patient ...
OHA DataOHA Data
CLINICAL
EXCELLENCE
WORK
ENVIRONMENT
Interdependence of Healthy Work Environment, Clinical Excellence and...
ExampleExample
 http://http://www.ohanet.orgwww.ohanet.org/Dashboard//Dashboard/
OHA Supports Great WorkOHA Supports Great Work
EnvironmentsEnvironments
TimelineTimeline
 June 7June 7 Small Committee begins to review and rankSmall Committee begins to review and rank
proposa...
Questions for CommitteeQuestions for Committee
 Does it make sense?Does it make sense?
 What is missing?What is missing?...
July 27, 2007July 27, 2007
FutureThink:FutureThink:
Creating a Preferred Future forCreating a Preferred Future for
the Del...
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Hospital Work Environment

  1. 1. July 27, 2007July 27, 2007 Great Hospital WorkGreat Hospital Work EnvironmentsEnvironments Using Data to Create GreatUsing Data to Create Great Hospital WorkplacesHospital Workplaces
  2. 2. FutureThinkFutureThink The state of Ohio recognizes health is more than theThe state of Ohio recognizes health is more than the absence of illness. All Ohioans have access toabsence of illness. All Ohioans have access to care, which assists them in achieving their optimalcare, which assists them in achieving their optimal being. Ohioans are informed, motivated andbeing. Ohioans are informed, motivated and personally accountable to actively participate inpersonally accountable to actively participate in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, just as health caremaintaining a healthy lifestyle, just as health care providers are accountable to Ohioans. The healthproviders are accountable to Ohioans. The health care workforce is inspired and educated to be partcare workforce is inspired and educated to be part of a care delivery model that promotesof a care delivery model that promotes collaboration, respects the contributions ofcollaboration, respects the contributions of different caregivers and utilizes integrativedifferent caregivers and utilizes integrative technology. This model attracts bright, diversetechnology. This model attracts bright, diverse and talented individuals to serve our population.and talented individuals to serve our population.
  3. 3. FutureThink Strategic ObjectivesFutureThink Strategic Objectives  Ohioans maintain physical, mental and spiritual well-being throughOhioans maintain physical, mental and spiritual well-being through timely prevention and illness services in collaboration with healthtimely prevention and illness services in collaboration with health care workers.care workers.  Health care teams provide an integrated plan of care usingHealth care teams provide an integrated plan of care using advanced interactive technology and information systems.advanced interactive technology and information systems.  Health care organizations are recognized for creating anHealth care organizations are recognized for creating an environment that attracts and retains bright, diverse and talentedenvironment that attracts and retains bright, diverse and talented individuals.individuals.  Health professional education programs share a common coreHealth professional education programs share a common core curriculum, building collaboration among professionals andcurriculum, building collaboration among professionals and integrating students into practice.integrating students into practice.  Health care professionals and organizations demonstrate financialHealth care professionals and organizations demonstrate financial and clinical accountability directly to the citizens of Ohio.and clinical accountability directly to the citizens of Ohio.
  4. 4. Goals of Great Work EnvironmentGoals of Great Work Environment ProjectProject  Promote quality in settings that support thePromote quality in settings that support the hospital workforce.hospital workforce.  Improve hospital’s recruitment and retention.Improve hospital’s recruitment and retention.  Identify best workforce practices, evaluateIdentify best workforce practices, evaluate promising practices.promising practices.  Promote Ohio hospitals as the best places toPromote Ohio hospitals as the best places to work in the nation.work in the nation. Use data to:
  5. 5. How’d we get here?How’d we get here?
  6. 6. UnderpinningsUnderpinnings •OHA Medical Collaboratives •OONE Nursing Report Card •OHA Data Services •OHA Workforce Committee •FutureThink
  7. 7. FutureThinkFutureThink  Intent – create long term solutions to Ohio’sIntent – create long term solutions to Ohio’s workforce shortagesworkforce shortages  Strategic objective about work environments:Strategic objective about work environments: – Health care organizations are recognized forHealth care organizations are recognized for creating environments that attract and retaincreating environments that attract and retain bright, diverse and talented individualsbright, diverse and talented individuals
  8. 8. CLINICAL EXCELLENCE WORK ENVIRONMENT American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, Jan. 26, 2005 Adopted by the OHA Workforce Committee’s Subcommittee on Benchmarks – Nov. 3, 2005 OPTIMAL PATIENT OUTCOMES Interdependence of Healthy Work Environment, Clinical Excellence &Optimal Patient Outcomes
  9. 9. CLINICAL EXCELLENCE WORK ENVIRONMENT Interdependence of Healthy Work Environment, Clinical Excellence and Optimal Patient Outcomes American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, January 26, 2005 OPTIMAL PATIENT OUTCOMES Patient falls Pressure ulcers Pain management Peripheral IV infiltration RN Satisfaction Staff mix: RNs, LPNs, UAPs Nursing care hours provided/ patient day RN education/certification Staff mix: RNs, LPNs, UAPs NATIONAL DATABASE OF NURSING QUALITY INDICATORS (NDNQI)
  10. 10. OHA DataOHA Data CLINICAL EXCELLENCE WORK ENVIRONMENT Interdependence of Healthy Work Environment, Clinical Excellence and Optimal Patient Outcomes American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, January 26, 2005 OPTIMAL PATIENT OUTCOMES Medical collaborativesMedical Collaboratives OHA Database JCAHO core indicators Turnover Vacancy
  11. 11. ExampleExample  http://http://www.ohanet.orgwww.ohanet.org/Dashboard//Dashboard/
  12. 12. OHA Supports Great WorkOHA Supports Great Work EnvironmentsEnvironments
  13. 13. TimelineTimeline  June 7June 7 Small Committee begins to review and rankSmall Committee begins to review and rank proposalsproposals  July 13July 13 Content Expert is SelectedContent Expert is Selected  July 19July 19 Workforce Committee provides feedback andWorkforce Committee provides feedback and recommendations for steering committee.recommendations for steering committee.  July 27July 27 OONE Board meetingOONE Board meeting  July 30July 30 Steering committee members are finalizedSteering committee members are finalized  Aug. 30Aug. 30 Steering committee has had initial meetingSteering committee has had initial meeting  Sept. 21Sept. 21 Presentation of project plan to boardPresentation of project plan to board  (or Oct. 19)(or Oct. 19)  October 19 Presented to CNO roundtable (during OONEOctober 19 Presented to CNO roundtable (during OONE Annual meeting)Annual meeting)  OctoberOctober OSHHRA fall conferenceOSHHRA fall conference  Dec.Dec. Budget and project proposal developedBudget and project proposal developed
  14. 14. Questions for CommitteeQuestions for Committee  Does it make sense?Does it make sense?  What is missing?What is missing?  Will this be helpful for hospitals?Will this be helpful for hospitals?  Would you like to be on steeringWould you like to be on steering committee?committee?  Who else should be on steering committee?Who else should be on steering committee?
  15. 15. July 27, 2007July 27, 2007 FutureThink:FutureThink: Creating a Preferred Future forCreating a Preferred Future for the Delivery of Patient Carethe Delivery of Patient Care www.FutureThink.orgwww.FutureThink.org

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