9TH ANNUAL

IES QUALITY SUMMIT

HIGHLIGHTS REEL & EDUCATION PRESENTATIONS

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QUALITY SUMMIT AWARD WINNERS

Dighton C. Packard Leadership Award Recipient
Toral Bhakta, DO

John A. Marx, MD, FAAEM Quality Award Recipient
Blake Johnson, MD

Physician of the Year Recipient
Samir Shahani, MD

APP Service Award Recipient
Chadwick Johnson, NP

QUALITY POSTER CONTEST WINNERS

1ST PLACE

Machine Learning to Predict In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Patients Admitted from Emergency Department with COVID-19 and Suspected Pneumonia

2ND PLACE

Droperidol Administration in the Emergency Department - Retrospective Cohort Study of Effects on the QTC Interval

3RD PLACE

Reduction of IV Antibiotic Use Among Patients
Discharged from the ED

PEER FAVORITE

Impact on Throughput and Patient Care by Implementing
EM Physician Centered IV Contrast Protocol

Association of Ultrasound-Related Interruption During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation with Adult Cardiac Arrest Outcomes: A Video-Reviewed Retrospective Study

CREATING CAPACITY IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

DOES A PROVIDER IN TRIAGE DECREASE LWOBS/LWOTC?

FLOOR FIRST: EXPEDITING DEPARTURE FROM THE ED TO INPATIENT UNIT

IMPACT ON THROUGHPUT AND PATIENT CARE BY IMPLEMENTING EM PHYSICIAN CENTERED IV CONTRAST PROTOCOL

Intraosseous Versus Intravenous Vascular Access During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies

SCHEDULING DESIGN WITH PHYSICIAN WELLNESS IN MIND

TEN HUT! MONTHLY ED DRILL WEEK!

BSW GRAPEVINE ED PARAMEDIC PILOT

CRIBARI MATRIX METHOD TRIAGE FOR TRAUMA

DROPERIDOL ADMINISTRATION IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY OF EFFECTS ON THE QTC INTERVAL

High-Risk Return Visits to the Emergency Departments in the United States: a National Database Cohort Study

IMPROVING ACCURACY IN EARLY STEMI ACTIVATION PROCESS

Machine Learning to Predict In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest in Patients Admitted from Emergency Department with COVID-19 and Suspected Pneumonia

EE ‘EM, TREAT ‘EM, AND STREET ‘EM: SUCCESS STORY OF AN IMPROMPTU WORKFLOW FOR RAPID TREATMENT AND DISPOSITION OF LOW ACUITY COVID-19 PATIENTS

TRANSFORMING THE PATIENT CARE EXPERIENCE IN THE BSW-IRVING EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

COVID-19 IMPACTS ON PATIENT BOARDING, THROUGHPUT, AND LEFT BEFORE TREATMENT COMPLETE IN A SUBURBAN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Development And Validation of A Prediction Model for Estimating One-month Mortality of Adult COVID-19 Patients Presenting at Emergency Department with Suspected Pneumonia: A Multicenter Analysis

EMS COLLABORATION RESULTS IN REDUCTION IN STEMI DELAYS BY 28%

IES AND BSWH EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT DISCHARGED PATIENT REFERRAL PROCESS

REDUCTION OF IV ANTIBIOTIC USE AMONG PATIENTS DISCHARGED FROM THE ED

IMPROVING THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE

STEMI ED DIRECT TO CATH LAB“STEMI ED BYPASS”

UTILIZATION OF QGENDAAT BUMC:IMPLEMENTING A HOSPITAL ON CALL SCHEDULE AT A LARGE TERTIARY CARE CENTER

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROMOTION OF PATIENT PORTALS AMONG EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PATIENTS WITH MULTIMORBIDITY-A MIXED LEVEL ANALYSIS

INTRODUCTION OF A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO FORENSIC PATIENTS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

THE ROLE OF A TRANSFER NOTE TO IMPROVE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT THROUGHPUT & EFFICIENCY AMONG PATIENTS TRANSFERRED FROM URGENT CARE-A POTENTIAL QUALITY MEASURE

IMPLEMENTATION OF A VALIDATED HUMAN TRAFFICKING SCREENING TOOL IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

RIGHT TREATMENT RIGHT TIME: ED MOUD IN A SINGLE SAFETY-NET HOSPITAL SYSTEM

USING HEART2 SCORE TO RISK STRATIFY CHEST PAIN PATIENTS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

INITIATING ANTICOAGULATION IN AT-RISK PATIENTS WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN OUR NATION’S EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS

THE INFLUENCE OF PATIENT RECOGNITION OF RESIDENT PHYSICIANS ON PATIENT PERCEPTION OF RESIDENT PHYSICIAN EMPATHY AND SATISFACTION IN AN EMERGENT CARE SETTING

VALIDATION OF A SIMPLIFIED COMORBIDITY EVALUATION PREDICTING CLINICAL OUTCOMES AMONG PATIENTS WITH CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019

EFFECT OF A STRUCTURED EDUCATION PROGRAM ON OPIOID PRESCRIBING AND MONITORING PRACTICES

REDUCING ED BOARDING HOURS

GROWTH INITIATIVES IN A COMMUNITY EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT: A CHANGE FROM WITHIN

LOW TECH -HIGH YIELD SOLUTIONSTO IMPROVE LBTCIN THE ED

INITIAL RESULTS FROM EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT TRANSITION TO IES

IES MOBILE MEDICINE, ET3, & EMS

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