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MINI-MUSE – BMV and CPOE Norman Regional Health System October 28 – 29, 2010 DAY 1: 8:00 – 9:00 9:00 – 9:15 9:15 – 9:30 Registration Welcome and

Housekeeping Items BMV – What it means to the Executive Office Will have our CEO or COO talk a few minutes as to the importance of this initiative to the Executive Office and to the Board. The Hospital Board and Executive staff understand the patient safety implications of medication administration and how a good program can benefit the hospital. For projects of this nature to be successful, it is imperative that the Board and Executive Level be supportive of the project and communicate this support to other members of management, hospital staff, and above all, physicians. BMV – The Importance to Patient Safety and Performance Improvement This presentation will outline the sobering statistics as to the dangers of nontechnology assisted medication administration. The presentation will also discuss how this has been pushed to the forefront in the media and therefore has increased the overall knowledge of state of the art medication administration of our patients.

9:30 – 10:30

10:30 – 10:45 Break 10:45 – 11:15 The CNOs Role in BMV For the project to be successful, it must be fully supported by the Executive Office and in particular the Chief Nursing Officer. The project involved considerable process changes in nursing and the CNO must make it clear as to the importance of the project as well as their expectation for a successful implementation. 11:15 – Noon We Have the “WANT TO” – All We Need Is the “HOW TO” Director of Nursing Informatics will discuss the structure of the installation, what teams will be needed, who the decision makers will be and so forth. For the installation to be successful, it must involve all the stakeholders. Lunch (provided) At each table, we will have someone from the hospital that is familiar with the installation to answer questions. Questions from the Morning Sessions This will allow time for any questions from the sessions presented during the morning and will give us some “cushion” time if we are running late. Don’t Forget About Us – Pharmacy and BMV The session will be lead by representatives from the Pharmacy department. They will discuss how BMV affects them and will discuss bar coding and what equipment is needed in the Pharmacy. Unique Uses of BMV for Non-Medications This session will discuss non-medication related use of BMV, i.e. with breast milk. Break

Noon – 1:00

1:00 – 1:30

1:30 – 2:00

2:00 – 2:30 2:30 – 2:45

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MINI-MUSE – BMV and CPOE Norman Regional Health System October 28 – 29, 2010 2:45 – 3:45 Views from the Bedside – Perspectives from Staff Nurses Will have 3-4 staff RNs talk about their use of BMV, the good, not so good, and the downright ugly of using the system. This will be done in a “panel” type arrangement, each nurse will do a short and informal perspective from his or her standpoint, and the panel will answer questions from the audience. The goal for this session is to make it as interactive with the audience as possible and address those “how to” questions that everyone has, even those that have installed BMV. BMV in Non-Inpatient Settings Non in-patient settings also need BMV for patient safety; however, the challenges in these areas are quite different from those found in the in-patient areas. This session will discuss those challenges and potential ways to overcome the challenges. Demonstrations of BMV and Tour of the Hospital Depending on the number, we may not be able to take everyone to see BMV actually used on a patient, but instead we will setup demos in the Education Center. We can break the groups up with one seeing the demo and 2-3 going to some to our nursing units. Much of this will depend on how many attend.

3:45 – 4:15

4:15 – 5:00

DAY 2: 8:30 – 9:30 CPOE – It Is Not an Option Any Longer Brian Yeaman, M.D. will discuss the importance of CPOE relative to patient safety and will discuss the financial implications of doing, and not doing, CPOE, in the time of “Meaningful Use”. Dr.Yeaman is a practicing family medicine doctor and is the health systems CMIO. The Impact Is More Than Just to the Doctors CPOE changes many processes in Nursing and Pharmacy and this session will discuss the processes that must change and how the changes can be put into place. This will be a joint session from Nursing and Pharmacy staff. Order sets will also be discussed during this session.

9:30 – 10:30

10:30 – 10:45 Break 10:45 – 11:45 Ask the Experts A panel type session of nurses, pharmacists, and hopefully a hospitalist (physician) to answer questions from the audience and to discuss their perspectives of the system. We would like to have some staff from other CPOE hospital(s) if possible. 11:45 – Noon Noon – 1:00 1:00 - 3:00 Questions from Morning Session Lunch (provided) Meditech Presentations

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