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154794 - OSU Physicians, Inc. - Ambulatory Asthma Control Testing Initiatives

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See how the Ambulatory Care Division at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is benefiting from the integration of Asthma Control Testing (ACT) within Qlik Sense to improve documentation rates and patient outcomes. In collaboration with the Associate Chief Quality Officer for Ambulatory Care, the team was able to develop a Qlik Sense application that improves the ability to bring meaningful and actionable results to the Medical Assistants responsible for the ACT documentation. The preceding process consisted of a weekly distributed excel sheet that included data from the prior week, but the Qlik Sense application provides trending among multiple months with several set analysis methodologies to include prior week, prior six weeks, and current month results. The clinic that began utilizing Qlik Sense back in October has seen their ACT documentation rate increase from approximately 50% to 75%; with the goal of being consistently above 80%. The next chapter in our project is introducing the Qlik Sense application to other Ambulatory Care clinics, and beginning to study the possible correlation between improved ACT documentation and decreased inpatient asthma specific admissions.


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