EDTC Cohort Office Hour Series
Critical access hospitals (CAHs) play a crucial role in stabilizing and transferring patients in emergency situations. Improving emergency transitions of care is a key component of increasing the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of health care services. The Emergency Department Transfer Communication (EDTC) measure allows CAHs to evaluate and improve upon the effectiveness of this vitally important role. Effective transfer of patient information from the emergency department to the next site of care fosters patient care continuity and helps reduce errors, improve outcomes, and increase patient and family satisfaction. Join us in a six part series to learn more about the EDTC Medicare Beneficiary Quality Improvement Project (MBQIP) measures and meet the goal of 100% for each measure for your CAHs.
Funding for this series was provided by the Health Resources Services Administration, Rural Hospital Flexibility Program (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) 93.241).
Emergency Department staff and Quality Improvement staff.
- Identify processes to achieve 100% compliance with EDTC MBQIP measures.
- Adapt the best practice findings to your hospital’s processes.
- Discover the answers to the EDTC’s most frequently asked questions.
- Identify resources to help the participants recognize reporting barriers.
- Clarify the EDTC Submission deadlines for participants.
- Summarize feedback and knowledge obtained from Subject Matter Experts.
Rural Quality Improvement Technical Assistance EDTC Subject Matter Experts and Iowa EDTC Best Practice Hospitals.
No continuing education is provided for this course. The user will receive a certificate of completion upon completing the course.