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Save the Date  - 2015 CALNOC Conference - Long Beach, CA. Oct 26th & 27th. 

 


Local hospital gets kudos for work on pressure ulcers

Three CALNOC Performance Excellence Winners are featured in this Sacramento Bee article on the significant strides hospitals are making to eliminate pressure ulcers.



CALNOC Performance Excellence Awards Winners.

CALNOC recognizes these top performers in the reduction of Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers, Falls Management and Infections. These hospitals have a long and consistent track record of monitoring and measuring performance with the CALNOC registry in order to deliver the highest standard of care to their communities.

The following hospitals were recognized for Performance Excellence in the Reduction of Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers (HAPU Stage II+):

Adventist Medical Center, Colusa Regional Medical Center Citrus Valley Medical Center, Community Hospital Huntington Park, East Los Angeles Doctor’s Hospital, El Camino Hospital Los Gatos, Frank R. Howard. Memorial Hospital, French Hospital Medical Center, Fresno Heart and Surgical Hospital, Hemet Valley Medical Center, Hi Desert Memorial Health Care District, Island Hospital, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente Antioch, Kaiser Permanente Downey, Kaiser Permanente Fontana, Kaiser Permanente Modesto, Kaiser Permanente Moanalua, Kaiser Permanente Oakland, Kaiser Permanente Orange County Irvine, Kaiser Permanente Redwood City, Kaiser Permanente Richmond, Kaiser Permanente Sacramento, Kaiser Permanente San Diego, Kaiser Permanente San Francisco, Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara, Kaiser Permanente San Rafael, Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa, Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco, Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills, LA County/USC Medical Center, Legacy Meridian Park Hospital, Long Beach Memorial, Marian Medical Center, Mercy Mount Shasta, Mercy San Juan Medical Center, Northbay Vaca Valley Hospital Vacaville, Palomar Medical Center, Pomona Valley Hospital, Providence Holy Cross, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett-Colby, Providence St. Mary Medical Center, Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation, Redlands Community Hospital, Saddleback Memorial, Santa Clara Medical Center, Santa Paula Hospital Seton Medical Center, Sharp Coronado Hospital, Sharp Memorial Hospital, St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, St Francis Memorial San Francisco, St. John’s Pleasant Valley, St. John’s Regional Medical Center, St. Joseph Medical Center Stockton, Sutter Medical Center Santa Rosa, Swedish Medical Center Ballard, Swedish Medical Center Issaquah, UC Davis Health System, UC San Diego Medical Center, Walla Walla General Hospital, Washington Hospital.

The following hospitals were recognized for Performance Excellence in the Reduction of Injury Falls:

Alameda Hospital, Alhambra Hospital, Arroyo Grande Community Hospital, California Pacific-California Campus, California Pacific Davis Campus, Cascade Valley Hospital, Community Hospital Huntington Park, French Hospital Medical Center, Fountain Valley Regional, Kaiser Permanente Fontana, Kaiser Permanente Hayward, Kaiser Permanente Manteca, Kaiser Permanente Moreno Valley, Kaiser Permanente Riverside, Kaiser Permanente Sacramento, Kaiser Permanente South San Francisco, Kaiser Permanente Vacaville, Methodist Hospital of Southern California, Modoc Medical Center, Northbay Medical Center Fairfield, O’Connor Hospital, Queen of the Valley, Scripps Mercy San Diego, San Joaquin Community Hospital, Santa Clara Medical Center, Seton Medical Center, Silverton Hospital, Sonora Regional Medical Center, St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake, St Mary Medical Center, Sutter Auburn Faith, Sutter Coast Hospital, Sutter Davis Hospital, Swedish Medical Ballard, Tahoe Forest Hospital, Tri City Medical Center, Tulare Local Healthcare District, UC San Francisco, Medical Center of Mt. Zion, Walla Walla General Hospital, White Memorial Medical Center, Woodland Healthcare.

The following hospitals were recognized for Performance Excellence in the Reduction of Central Line- Associated Blood Stream Infections:

Colusa Regional Medical Center, Doctor’s Hospital of Manteca, El Camino Hospital Los Gatos, El Camino Hospital, Enloe Medical Center, Foothill Presbyterian Hospital, Hi Desert Medical Center, Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center, Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center, Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, Marshall Medical Center, Menifee Valley Medical Center, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, Mill Peninsula Health Services, Mission Hospital Laguna Beach, O’Connor Hospital, Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center, Placentia-Linda Hospital, Pioneer Memorial Hospital (Prineville), Pomerado Hospital, Providence Little Company of Mary MC San Pedro, Redlands Community Hospital, Sierra View District Hospital, St. Anthony Hospital, Sierra View District Hospital, Silverton Hospital, Skagit Valley Hospital, Sonora Regional Medical Center, St Charles Medical Redmond, St. Clare Hospital, St. Elizabeth Hospital, St. Francis Hospital Tacoma, St. Helena Hospital Napa, St. Joseph Hospital Eureka, St. Vincent Medical Center, Tulare Regional Medical Center, Twin Cities Community Hospital, ValleyCare Health System, Virginia Mason Medical Center.

The following hospitals were recognized for Performance Excellence in the Reduction of Cather-Associated Urinary Tract Infections:

Colusa Regional Medical Center, Doctor’s Hospital of Manteca, El Camino Hospital, El Camino Hospital Los Gatos, Foothill Presbyterian Hospital, Hi Desert Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park, Kaiser Permanente Downey, Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center, Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center, Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Marshal Medical Center, Menifee Valley Medical Center, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, Miller Children’s Hospital, Mission Hospital Laguna Beach, Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center, Pioneer Memorial Hospital (Prineville), Placentia-Linda Hospital, Pomerado Hospital, Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Providence Little Company of Mary MC San Pedro, Redlands Community Hospital, St. Anthony Hospital, Sierra View District Hospital, Silverton Hospital, Skagit Valley Hospital, Sonora Regional Medical Center, St. Charles Medical Center Redmond, St. Clare Hospital, St. Helena Hospital Napa, St. Joseph Hospital Eureka, St. Vincent Medical Center, Sutter Medical Center Santa Rosa, Tulare Regional Medical Center, Twin Cities Community Hospital, ValleyCare Health System.


 


The CALNOC Advantage™

The imperative for quality patient care has never been stronger.

With nursing sensitive indicators and HCAHPS measures directly tied to reimbursement, there will be a direct effect on increasingly sensitive bottom lines for hospitals who must continually respond to new clinical, operational and regulatory demands. This is why more and more hospitals are joining CALNOC and its mission to advance global patient care excellence.

This is the CALNOC Advantage.

Leadership and Innovation

CALNOC (Collaborative Alliance for Nursing Outcomes) has been in the forefront of providing actionable information and research on nursing sensitive indicators to its member hospitals for the past 15 years as the nation’s only nurse sensitive registry managed, operated and designed by nursing. 

CALNOC created the nation’s first database registry of nursing sensitive indicators, transforming staffing, processes of care, and patient outcome data into powerful information to help guide decisions advancing improvement in patient care quality, costs, safety, and outcomes. CALNOC’s registry and reporting combines staffing variables overlaid with nurse sensitive patient variables at the unit level to allow hospitals to benchmark against themselves and other like-sized institutions.

CALNOC contributed to the development of the National Quality Forum (NQF) nurse sensitive metrics and is the measure developer for the NQF Pressure Ulcer and Restraint Use prevalence measures for acute care. CALNOC is also the first to introduce a nursing sensitive medication administration process and outcome safety measure.

Regulatory Compliance & Accreditation

Participation in CALNOC assists hospitals in demonstrating compliance with regulatory, reimbursement, and accreditation requirements. CALNOC is a recognized registry for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and Joint Commission (TJC) and has been approved for Magnet Qualification.

Best Practices

Using CALNOC, staffing and other costs are lowered while quality and access to the highest quality care through evidence based practices increases. Best practices research looks at top performers and what’s different for them, the structure and processes that help them reach their goals for highly reliable care.

Comprehensive Business Intelligence Reports

Members can gain valuable insights into their performance by Unit, Unit Type, Facility, State and Hospital System and more.

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