(14)2008 Audit Update - Kristin Sitcov
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(14)2008 Audit Update - Kristin Sitcov

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2008 COAP AuditResults & ProgressKristin SitcovCOAP Program DirectorCOAP IN 2008Audit Rationale COAP IN 2008™™™™™™™™Rationale: Popular requestAlways had inter-rater reliability – will continueWay to assess agreement with standardsPractical way to demonstrate data qualityMethod of determining any inconsistency with specific data definitions Way to review and update Opportunity to have face to face contact, answer questions, review outcomes Education – Year one, strictly educational COAP IN 2008Audit MethodologyCOAP IN 2008COAP IN 2008™™™™Methodology: In 2008 we will visit every COAP hospital Since January, we have completed 16 of the 30 sitesJune – November we will visit the remaining sitesSpecial thanks to Northwest Hospital and Overlake Medical Center for being “pilot sites”COAP IN 2008The COAP Audit ProcessCOAP IN 2008™™™™COAP Audit Process: DCRI randomly selects 15 PCI cases and 5 surgical casesHospitals sent list of cases and data elements DCRI sends COAP the data for each of the elements that was reported on those casesHospital pulls charts & flags sections COAP IN 2008™™™COAP Audit Process:59 PCI data elements44 Cardiac surgery elements Critical elements chosen: - Those that impact risk stratification- Those related to clinical outcome indicators COAP IN 2008™™™™COAP Audit Process:Audit team reviews each chart for evidence of documentation for each data elementApproximately 2 hours for ...

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R2e0s0u8l tCs O& APPr oAguredistsKristin SitcovCOAP Program DirectorCOAP IN 2008
Audit Rationale COAP IN 2008
Rationale: ™Popular request™Always had inter-rater reliability –will continue™Way to assess agreement with standards™Practical way to demonstrate data quality™Method of determining any inconsistency with specific data definitions ™Way to review and update ™Opportunity to have face to face contact, answer questions, review outcomes ™Education –Year one, strictly educational COAP IN 2008
Audit MethodologyCOAP IN 2008
COAP IN 2008
Methodology: ™In 2008 we will visit every COAP hospital ™Since January, we have completed 16 of the 30 sites™June –November we will visit the remaining sites™Special thanks to Northwest Hospital and Overlake Medical Center for being “pilot sites”COAP IN 2008
The COAP Audit ProcessCOAP IN 2008
COAP Audit Process: ™DCRI randomly selects 15 PCI cases and 5 surgical cases™Hospitals sent list of cases and data elements ™DCRI sends COAP the data for each of the elements that was reported on those cases™Hospital pulls charts & flags sections COAP IN 2008
COAP Audit Process:™59 PCI data elements™44 Cardiac surgery elements ™Critical elements chosen: -Those that impact risk stratification-Those related to clinical outcome indicators COAP IN 2008
COAP Audit Process:™Audit team reviews each chart for evidence of documentation for each data element™Approximately 2 hours for PCI only; 3 hours for PCI + cardiac surgery cases™Report generated based on percentage of total data elements matched for accuracy™Available to discuss in detail any discrepancies or questions COAP IN 2008
Audit Findings to Date: COAP IN 2008