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Quality Measures # 16: Residents Who Received an Antipsychotic Medication – Long Stay (Part 2)

Posted by The Harmony Team on Thu, Oct 20, 2016

C.A.R.E.

Compliance • Audits/Analysis • Reimbursement/Regulatory • Education/Efficiency


Steps to Develop a Behavior Monitoring Process 

In Part 1 of our Quality Measure #16 series, Harmony Healthcare International (HHI) discussed the Quality Measure Item Sets for Triggering Residents who received an Antipsychotic Medications. After identifying a resident that has triggered for this quality measure what is the next step? The Harmony HealthCARE Specialists work alongside their clients to identify the residents at risk, as well as assist in strengthening the development of a Behavioral Root Cause Analysis Process. 

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Topics: Quality Measures, Antipsychotics

Quality Measures # 16:  Residents Who Received an Antipsychotic Medication - Long Stay (Part 1)

Posted by Kim Steele on Tue, Oct 18, 2016

C.A.R.E.

Compliance • Audits/Analysis • Reimbursement/Regulatory • Education/Efficiency


Root Cause Analysis 

The first step in drilling down to the root cause of this Quality Measure is to understand how the measure is calculated.  This measure reports the percentage of long-stay residents who are receiving antipsychotic drugs within the target period. 

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Topics: Quality Measures, Antipsychotics

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