Respecting Choices

NSTE 2018 – Wednesday, 10/24

< NSTE 2018 Daily Recap for Wednesday, October 24 >

Abstracts with Learning Outcomes for Wednesday, October 24, 2018

8:15 AM – Plenary Session 1

  • Partners in Visioning the Future of Person-Centered Care
    Bud Hammes, PhD, Executive Director, Respecting Choices; Stephanie Anderson, DNP, RN, Deputy Executive Director, Respecting Choices
    Panelists: Tom Koutsoumpas, President, C-TAC Innovations and Co-Chair, C-TAC Board; Jeff Thompson, MD, Executive Advisor, CEO Emeritus, Gundersen Health System; Bud Hammes, PhD, Executive Director, Respecting Choices
    PDF | Video

9:30 AM – Concurrent Sessions 1

  1. Innovations in Delivering First Steps ACP
    • Testing a Telephonic Advance Care Plan Program: A Feasibility Study
      John R. Maycroft, MPP, Senior Program Manager, Optum; Rifky Tkatch, PhD, Associate Director, Optum; Jennifer Draklellis, MBA, Senior Director, UnitedHealth Care
      PDF
    • A Tool for Jumpstarting ACP Conversations
      Carolyn C Newsom, MBA, PhD, JD, Attorney, Newsom Law
      PDF
  2. Leadership Strategies to Promote Person-Centered Care
    • Envisioning Respecting Choices as a Collaborative and Dynamic Educational Process that Reliably Results in Person-Centered Treatment Plans
      Niel Rosen, JD, PhD, Program Director, Professionalism, Ethics & Humanities, Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine
      PDF
    • A Health System’s Transformational Goal for Advance Care Planning
      Roberta L. Geidner, MA, Coordinator, WellSpan Health; Vipul Bhatia, MD, MBA, Medical Director, Post-Acute Services and Clinical Lead – Horizon/Advance Care Planning, WellSpan Health
      PDF
  3. Organizational and System Strategies Using Technology
    • Advance Care Planning Workflows Using Epic
      Kat Thomas, BSN, RN, Quality Assurance, Epic
    • Leveraging the Electronic Health Record to Improve Access to Advance Care Planning Facilitation
      Danielle A. Rathke, DNP, RN, Advance Care Planning Coordinator, Gundersen Health System
      PDF
  4. Customization of ACP and SDM Practices for Special Populations
    • Faith-Based Community Engagement to Achieve Culture Change about What Matters: PersonCentered Advance Care Planning Conversations
      Sally Kaplan, Program Director, What Matters: Caring Conversations About End of Life
      PDF
    • The Long and Winding Bumpy Road to Initiating System Change in a Diverse Widespread Healthcare System
      Cindy Adams, BSN, RN, CHPN, Regional Advance Care Planning Coordinator, Baptist Health
      PDF
  5.  Optimization of ACP and SDM Reimbursement Opportunities
    • Update on Advance Care Planning Billing 2018: Using Lessons Learned
      Phil Rodgers, MD, FAAHPM, Associate Professor, Family Medicine and Internal Medicine, University of Michigan
      PDF | Video

11:00 AM – Workshop Sessions 1

  1. POLST: Seven Deadly Sins of Improper Use
    Stephanie Anderson, DNP, Deputy Executive Director, Respecting Choices; Susan E. Hickman, PhD, Professor, Indiana University School of Nursing, Co-Director, IUPUI RESPECT Center, and Associate Director, Indiana Patient Preferences Coalition; Amy Vandenbroucke, JD, Executive Director, National POLST Paradigm
    PDF
  2. Interprofessional Collaboration: A Team Approach to Assure Person-Centered Decision Making and Enduring Conversations
    Kathleen Ziemba, MSW, LCSW, Senior Faculty Consultant, Respecting Choices; Patrice Tadel, MSN, RN, Senior Faculty Consultant, Respecting Choices
    PDF
  3. Lessons in Leadership: Building a Multi-Stakeholder Convener Model for Person-Centered Advance Care Planning in Dayton, Ohio
    Sarah Hackenbracht, MPA, Director, Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association; Abi Katz, DO, MS, Medical Director, Fidelity Health Care; Judy LaMusga, JD, Attorney and Counselor-at-Law, LaMusga Law Office; Kathleen Scheltens, PhD, Director, Premedical Programs, University of Dayton; Majorie Dowman, MD, MPA, Professor, Department of Population and Public Health Sciences, Department of Family Medicine, Boonshoft School of Medicine, Wright State University
    PDF
  4. To Bill or Not to Bill, That is the Question?! Using ACP Codes in Your Daily Practice
    Phil Rodgers, MD FAAHPM, Associate Professor, Family Medicine and Internal Medicine, University of Michigan; Sandra Schellinger, MSN, RN, NP-C, Senior Faculty and Consultant,
    Respecting Choices
    Panelists: Kellie Durgan, BSN, RN, Manager, Advance Care Planning, Providence Health Care; Lynda Tang, DO, Vancouver Clinic, Department of Palliative Medicine; Kathryn Pence, PA-C,
    Internal Medicine, Vancouver Clinic; Cindy Adams, BSN, RN, CHPN, Regional Advance Care Planning Coordinator, Baptist Health
    PDF
  5. Leadership Strategies that Support Person-Centered Care (two-part workshop)
    • Respecting Choices: The Evolution into a System for Person-Centered Decision Making That Transforms Healthcare
      Carole Montgomery, MD, FHM, MHSA, Director, Physician Development and Program Improvement, Respecting Choices
      PDF | Video
    • Building the Systems and Culture that Delivers Person-Centered Care
      Jeff Thompson, MD, Executive Advisor, CEO Emeritus, Gundersen Health System
      PDF | Video
  6. An Almost Murder Mystery – A Theatrical Display of Family Dynamics When Proper Advance Care Planning is Absent
    Lynn R. MacKenzie, Instructor, Executive Director, Light the Legacy
    PDF

1:15 PM – Plenary Session 2

  • Advance Care Planning: Takeaways from Hamilton
    Amy Vandenbroucke, JD, Executive Director, National POLST Paradigm
    Video

2:30 PM – Concurrent Sessions 2

  1. Customization of ACP in a Culturally Diverse, Faith-Based Community
    • Implementation Strategies to Engage a Diverse Patient Population in Next Steps Advance Care Planning
      Christine Swift, RN, MSN, Manager, Community Medical Centers
      PDF
    • Hope, Miracles, Pragmatism, and Death: An Interfaith, Community-Based Advance Care Planning Initiative Comes to Life
      Carol F Robinson, DNP, MS, BSN, RN, CHPN, Community Coordinator, Making Choices Michigan
      PDF
  2. Leadership Strategies to Promote Person-Centered Care
    • Thriving Through Leadership Transitions
      Stephanie Anderson, DNP, Deputy Executive Director, Respecting Choices; Mary Catlin, MS, CCLS, Senior Director, Honoring Choices® Pacific Northwest
      PDF | Video
    • Creating Sustainable ACP Leadership Engagement Through Experience
      Nikketta (Nicky) M. Lewis, LMSW, Advance Care Planning Coordinator, Mercy Health Saint Mary’s
      PDF| Video
  3. Organizational and System Strategies Using Technology
    • Leveraging Technology to Scale High-Quality Advance Care Planning
      Ryan Van Wert, MD, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Vynca
      PDF
    • Developing a Collaborative Relationship with Your EMR Team to Optimize Functionality for Documentation, Storage and Retrieval
      Chris L. Brinneman, MSW, LCSW, Manager ACP, Parkview Health; Amy L Spallinger, MSW, LCSW, First Steps ACP Org Faculty; Kathy Saalfrank, RN, Epic Build Analyst III, Parkview
      PDF
  4. Innovations in Delivering Last Steps ACP
    • Last Steps Facilitators in the Hospital Setting: A Collaborative Test of Change
      Denise Nicholson, BSN, RN, Nursing System Specialist, Gundersen Health System
      PDF
    • Systematic Advance Care Planning and Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations of Nursing Home Residents
      Susan E. Hickman, PhD, Professor, Indiana University School of Nursing; Mary Ersek, PhD, RN, Professor, Pennsylvania State University School of Nursing; Greg Sacks, MD, Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
      PDF
  5. Organizational and System Strategies of Small- and Large-Scale Implementation
    • Putting Pieces Together – A Multidisciplinary Team Implementing Respecting Choices in a Quaternary Health System Demonstrating Real Change and Potential Sustainability
      Iris F. Boettcher, MD, MCD, Division Chief Geriatrics, Home-Based Primary Care and Home and Community Services, Spectrum Health
      PDF
    • There’s No Place Like Home – For ACP Conversations. ACP Facilitators Do Make House Calls
      Dianne K. Schultz, MSN, RN, Director of Operations, Unity Point Ambulatory Division, Care at Home Clinic/Hospital to Home Services
      PDF

3:45 PM – Plenary Session 3

  • The Power of the Collaborative: The Honoring Choices® Pacific Northwest Convener Model
    Jessica B. Martinson, MS, Director, Clinical Education and Professional Development, Washington State Medical Association
    PDF | Video

< Tuesday | Thursday >

RETURN TO NSTE PAGE

Translate
Font Resize
Contrast