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A Food and Nutrition team creates an environment where employees feel free to voice their opinions and ideas—and can expect action to be taken on their input.
The nutrition team improved communication to better identify and treat malnourished patients.
This Pediatrics department identified persistent asthmatics and helped them manage their chronic condition better.
More patients pledged to get screeings after members of this team began a strategic outreach campaign.
After identifying eligible members for colorectal screening, the team developed a personalized story for each patient, and created a follow-up process to contact them.
The internal medicine unit emphasized the value of taking the colorectal screening test, and identified at-risk patients whenever they come into the office.
Team improved return rate of cancer-screening kits by identifying members and using a specialized script.
Primary care team increased percentage of hypertensive patients whose blood pressure is under control, from 65 percent to 76 percent in four months.
UBT dramatically improves the percentage of kidney transplant patients getting follow-up screenings and services.
Allergy team uses script and reminders to provide timely health screenings to patients.
96 percent of engaged ophthalmic patients due for breast, colorectal or cervical cancer screenings agreed to a preventive health screening.
Smoking cessation screenings given to identified smokers at 93 percent of patient visit— up from 0 percent.
Nurses worked with their information technology colleagues to make computer upgrades that led to better immunization rates.