Publication Date

2019

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Abstract

In 2017 the Children's Mercy Kansas City Transition Program provided 14 Divisions and 28 programs with data to support their hard work. 2,160 of 3,768 patients (61%) completed readiness assessments and held transition-related discussions with their health care team.

Data reports providing timely, routine feedback on staff success and missed opportunities helps keep staff engaged, their efforts visible and transition planning on a conscious level.

MeSH Keywords

Transition to Adult Care/statistics & numerical data; Work Engagement; Electronic Health Record

Keywords

Data reports

Disciplines

Clinical and Medical Social Work | Health Information Technology | Pediatrics

Collection

Social Work

Creating Staff Engagement in Transition Planning Through the Use of Data

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