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2023 Quality Summit ePosters (Non-CE) - CathPCI Registry

2023 Quality Summit ePosters - CathPCI Registry

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1. Cardiac Rehab...Who Needs Their Own Department! 

2. High Risk Surgical Turndowns and PCI Outcomes 

3. Filtering the AI out of AKI. Team Engagement + Clinical Tools = Team Accountability 

4. Who Makes the Cut to Go Home on the Same Day After an Outpatient Elective PCI Procedure? 

5. The Vital Need of a Community Hospital to Meet the Class IA and Class IC-LD Guideline Recommended Care for ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) Patients Resulting in Prolonged Lifesaving Coronary Reperfusion-a Community Hospital’s Journey to Primary 

6. Mitigating Data Collection Hurdles: Enhancing Data Submission Experience for NCDR CathPCI Registry 

7. Revving up Referrals: Our Success in Improving Cardiac Rehab Referrals 

8. Challenging the Norm: A Multidisciplinary Journey to Reduce Acute Kidney Injury 

9. Multidisciplinary Team Cultivation of a Quality Same Day Discharge Program for Cardiac Cath Lab Procedures 

10. Improving Cardiac Rehab Referral Through Education and Technology 

11. Universal High-Dose Hydration Policy Post-PCI Associated with Lower AKI Rates 

12. Impact Of Iodinated Contrast Shortage On Contrast-Associated Acute Kidney Injury: A Single Center Experience 

13. Improving Acute Kidney Injury in the CathPCI Patient 

14. Prevention of STEMI Divert 

15. Who’s Keeping Score? The Math behind Post PCI Bleeding 

16. Road to Referral: Our 5 Year Journey to Improve Cardiac Rehabilitation Referrals 

17. Blood Reduction PI Plan 

18. An Evidence-Based Systematic Approach to Reducing Post-PCI Acute Kidney Injury 

19. Decreasing PCI Mortality in a Large Health Care System 

20. Optimized Resources to Achieve and Maintain Performance and Improve Patient Outcomes in STEMI Care 

21. Internal Validation Process-Why Do It? 

22. Decreasing Door to Balloon (DTB) Times: Utilization of National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR®) Cath PCI Registry® Data to Drive Process Improvement 

23. Overall Defect Free Care: Defeated to Achievement 

24. Predictors, and Outcomes of reducing Acute Kidney Injury in Patients Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Interventions: Insights From the NCDR Cath-PCI Registry in Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare /Saudi Arabia Heart and Vascular Institute, Johns Hopkins Healthcare

25. Utilizing Raw Data Reports to Reduce Door to EKG Times 

26. Improving Cardiac Rehabilitation Referrals Post Percutaneous Coronary Intervention by Using a Multidisciplinary Team Approach 

27. Decreasing Acute Kidney Injury Post Percutaneous Coronary Intervention 

28. Improved Door to Balloon STEMI Times Through Activation Analysis 

29. A Multi-Pronged Approach to Reducing Acute Kidney Injuries in Patients Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Intervention 
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