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2023 Quality Summit ePosters (Non-CE) - Chest Pain-MI Registry

2023 Quality Summit ePosters - Chest Pain-MI Registry

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1. Improving Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Access Site Management Through Multidisciplinary Teamwork and Implementation of Standardized Order Sets 

2. Improving Door to Balloon (D2B) Time in a Post COVID Landscape 

3. Is It a Type 1 or Type 2 MI? Oh My! How NSTEMI Data Entry Reveals Opportunities and Drives Change 

4. Improving Performance Measures with Group Orientations in Cardiac Rehabilitation 

5. Type II myocardial Infarction versus NSTEMI Documentation: A System Collaboration for Improved Risk Stratification 

6. Utilizing Cardiac Clinical Coordination with Real Time Interventions, Data Review, and Transparency to Drive Outcome Improvements 

7. Impact of Using High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin Assay on Disposition of Patients with Chest Pain in the ED 

8. Implementation of High Sensitivity Troponin Movement That’s Beginning to Matter 

9. Nurses: Making a Difference in Door-to-EKG and Arrival to Troponin Draw Time 

10. Every Minute Counts in Myocardial Infarction

11. When Humans and Technology Collide: Improving Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral

12. Overall Defect Free Care - System Journey to Improvement 

13. Improving Arrival to EKG time for Low-Risk Chest Pain Patients 

14. Provider Adherence to CP-Protocol and Its Impact on Performance: Insights into Monitoring and Intervention Strategies in the Era of hs-cTn 

15. A System Approach to Highly Reliable Standardized Care: Moving the Evidenced Based Care Needle for the ACS (Acute Coronary Syndrome) Patient Population 

16. Readmission Reduction a New Approach: Referrals to Heart Failure for Post Acute Myocardial Infarction 

17. Utilizing Raw Data Reports to Increase Utilization of a Risk Stratification Score 

18. Little Time for Presentation Prep? Use a Pareto Chart to Focus 

19. Improving Clinical Practice Guideline Adherence in Acute Coronary Syndrome 

20. Enhancing Standardized Care for Patients with Coronary Artery Disease Through Successful Implementation of Order Sets 
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